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For this blog, Herb Saperstone of PSD’s Channel 10 offers some good advice for using smartphones to take and edit video.
For those with an on-the-go spirit and small fingers, you too can edit video on your phone. Here at Channel 10, we like our big-lensed camcorders to catch all the action-and not to mention the weighted feel of a study camera on our shoulder to provide stability and minimal shakiness.
So, what if you or your students want to make movies with their mobile phones?
3 Important Dos/Don’ts
• Always compose and record your scene in landscape or horizontal mode. TV is a horizontal playback device.
• If you want to get clean audio, use a video camera with an external microphone. But, if you don’t have that option, just get as close to the sound source as possible.
• When you are recording, press the record button 3 seconds BEFORE you say ‘action’. Same for stopping. Let the action finish…count to 3 then hit stop. Your editor (or you) will love you for it.
Here are some recommendations you can check out.
Then there’s Apple’s I-movie for the iphone. Not bad for $4.99
For those of you with Android/Google phones, here is a website with 10 video editing apps for iOS and Android