The camera is usually placed on the middle row (layer).
Any files that you want to play INSTEAD of the camera shot, place on the same layer as the camera (middle).
Examples - Introduction video, Moment of Reflection
Any files that you want to play WITH the camera shot (either camera sound or image, place on a layer above or below the camera layer. (graphics, text, video)
Pledge to the Flag (waving flag background - below camera),
Titles (lower thirds) or graphics (quotes or images - above camera)
Staff Spotlight- an interview or just a webcam recording of a teacher or staff member talking about their background & showing things they are doing in their class.
Book Trailers- created by teachers or students (using Adobe Spark, Google Slides, PowerPoint, etc.) You are welcome to use any of these winners from our book trailer contest.
When using Adobe Spark, be sure to sign in through SCCPSS email (not Google). To create a video with Google Slides or PPT, be sure to add timings to the slide before exporting as MP4.
Principal's State of the School Address- This could be just a short segment with info from the principal or assistant principal or more involved like this example.
SCHOOL VIDEO NEWS - http://schoolvideonews.com/
My favorite - http://freeplaymusic.com/
34 Websites to Download Royalty Free and Creative Commons Music for Free
Royalty free means that you do not have to pay royalties or license fees. Also, all of the creative commons licenses require that you give credit to the original creator. However, I highly encourage you to take a look at the license that each site has to get a proper idea of which of the
Six Creative Commons licenses is in practice.
Torley – Solo Piano Music - https://archive.org/details/solo-piano-7
176 pieces of royalty-free production music created by Torley
There are LOTS of sources of and channels to find Creative Commons and public domain media.
Creative Commons search (search.creativecommons.org)
Flickr (image sharing site) (www.flickr.com/creativecommons)
Photos for Class (uses Flickr images and embeds attribution info on the photo) (photosforclass.com)
Photos for Work (much like Photos for Class but with more work-related photos) (photosforwork.com)
Pixabay (public domain/Creative Commons images) (pixabay.com)
Foter.com (pulls images from Flickr) (foter.com)
Google Image search (click “Search tools > Usage rights” and filter with Creative Commons images) (images.google.com)
Unsplash (high-resolution, public domain images) (unsplash.com)
Skuawk (high-resolution public domain images) (skuawk.com)
ELTpics (teacher-submitted Creative Commons-licensed educational photos) (flickr.com/photos/eltpics)
Want to make sure you give credit correctly?
Title of the work
Author of the work
Source of the work
Licence the work bears
14. Want to avoid copyright concerns with the media you use? Create it yourself! Take your own pictures. Create your own videos. Make your own music! You’ll own all of the rights and won’t have to worry about most of the stuff above.
•Screencastomatic – www.screencastomatic.com
•Tellagami - https://tellagami.com
•Adobe Premiere Elements
•Royalty-free Music - http://freeplaymusic.com