Daily Archives: November 9, 2020

How to use Free Windows 10 Video Editor

Kevin Stratvert

Aug 14, 2020

Learn how to edit videos using the Windows 10 video editor. The Windows video editor comes pre-installed and is free to use. In this step-by-step tutorial, I’ll show you how to edit videos on Windows 10.

Watch related playlists and videos –
How to Upgrade to Windows 10 for free – https://youtu.be/jrEZMDhf4Qw
My first YouTube video that I created with Movie Maker – https://youtu.be/-SkofcRWqYM

⌚ Timestamps
0:00 Introduction
2:03 Launch Video Editor
2:25 Video Editor start screen
3:50 Name your video
4:17 Overview of editing interface
5:25 Importing videos & photos
7:05 Adjusting Project Library thumbnail size
7:55 Add title card
11:00 Add video & photos to storyboard
13:10 Edit items on storyboard
13:50 Trim video
15:15 Split video
17:16 Add text on storyboard
17:35 Add motion
17:50 Add 3D effects
19:15 Add filters
19:42 Adjust speed
20:12 Remove or show black bars
20:40 Rotate video
20:55 Cut, copy & paste on storyboard
21:21 Working with photos
21:56 Adding background music & audio
24:50 Adding themes
25:30 Finish video
26:29 Preview video
27:11 Wrap up

Indiana Jones Map Animation | Filmora Effects

Daniel Batal
Jun 1, 2019

Today I’ll be breaking down exactly how to do the Indiana Jones map animation in Filmora 9. You may have thought this iconic scene couldn’t be done in Filmora, but using a few simple Filmora effects and you can harness this technique to create far more than just an Inidana Jones travel path.

Movie Making with Google Earth Pro

Michael DiSpezio

Apr 7, 2015

Tutorial on how to produce basic movies using Google Earth Pro. Learn how to assemble tours and output them into movie files.

Creating Video Clips and Movies with Google Earth


Jun 20, 2018

Here’s the easy way to create short movies or video clips using the free Google Earth software. Ideal for use in travel or tour videos. Find Google Earth software at https://www.google.com/earth/desktop/ Find more videos like this at https://www.bmyers.com

Storytelling with Google Earth Projects | Bring the World to Your Classroom

Social Studies Samurai

Apr 24, 2020

People have stories to tell! With Google Earth Projects, your students learn storytelling skills with a cutting-edge tool for creating tours. In this video, you’ll learn how to create a project with suggestions for classroom use. You can create customized tours and stories about places around the world. Add text, photos, and videos to complete your stories. You can also share your stories with others to collaborate. *You can make a copy of the documents below by clicking ‘File’ and clicking

‘Make a Copy’ Jigsaw Activity Resource for Teachers: https://tinyurl.com/ybl7zowc
Example Project: https://tinyurl.com/ya4qoehu
Create Google Earth Projects tours: https://earth.google.com/web/
Want to think more about using Google Earth Projects in your classroom, or are you giving a workshop? Feel free to copy, use, and/or modify this Slides deck for your session: https://tinyurl.com/y894au7p

*Be sure to check out the 360° videos with a narrated history of interesting places! Website: https://www.socialstudiessamurai.com/

New ONLINE Google Earth: Web-Based Google Earth

Technology for Teachers and Students

May 15, 2017

Learn how to use the new, online version of Google Earth! This exciting new online tool does NOT require you to download or install anything. It works a bit differently from how the old installed Google Earth works, but this tutorial will help you get started with the NEW ONLINE Google Earth ASAP!

Google Earth Basics Tutorial

Technology for Teachers and Students

Oct 3, 2016

Learn the basics of using Google Earth, including how to “fly” around the globe, how to use the mouse controls, how to turn layers on and off and what the layers do, and much more.
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Google Earth Tutorial: Intro to Creation Tools

Google Earth

Nov 20, 2019

Learn how to start a project and add place marks, lines, photos and more. Try it out now: https://g.co/earth