STEM- Drones: "Drone vs. Phone Video Comparison Project.
The Project: “Drone vs. Phone Video Comparison Project.” A Split Screen tutorial project.
Premise: We are starting our work on our HHS DRONE VIDEO PROJECT for Mr. Ring. We need to include a number of "student activity" clips in our video. What we don't know: What would be a better vehicle for taking these clips- Handheld Mavic Air footage or Cellular Phone video footage. This project will allow students to complete a comparison of the two techniques and see the results side by side.
The Product: You will be creating a 10 second video that shows the exact same type of video clip taken from both your cell phones video capabilities and the handheld Mavic Air's gimbal camera footage. Then, you will put the two clips together in a side by side comparison using the OPENSHOT video editor.
Here are the expected components of this project:
Editing Resources: Did you forget how to do some of the OPENSHOT editing that we used a few weeks ago? Use the following as needed to create your video:
Your Videos: Please try to complete this project by filming HHS human activity of interest outside of the TECH LAB. I will accept video from INSIDE the TECH LAB, but I will not grant you an A on the project if you do so. This is your choice. When setting this up, you should get permission from any teachers that you may be disrupting before you film. Before you head out to start your filming, please PRACTICE IN THE TECH LAB, SO THAT YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
Saving and Submitting: We will be downloading and saving your video footage to our DRONE DRIVES. Using a charging cable, please move your video clips from your phone to your DRONE DRIVE and use an adapter to get your clips from your drone. Create your project in your PROJECT FOLDER as listed above. Save your project as needed and EXPORT it when you are done.
Grading: You will be graded on your ability to create two identical video clips, edit your clips to be in split screen format and add all required text elements. This will be a 100 point project.