Make Your Own Videos
An Online WeVideo Training Course
WeVideo is a powerful, easy-to-use cloud-based program for creating and editing videos. In this hands-on course participants will learn video editing tools and creative techniques needed to create their own videos using WeVideo editing software.
The course will provide learners with tools to create videos using text, voiced narration or song, illustrated with photographs and art, and supported with music and/or other sounds. Learners will have access to their own paid WeVideo account for the duration of the course to practice editing on their own.
This course is intended for:
Community not-for-profit organizations including faith groups seeking to present stories about their life and work in video format;
Individuals interested in creating videos with text, poems, scripture or song;
Anyone interested in learning to use WeVideo online video editing software.
Instructor: Robert Miller is an experienced digital video editing trainer, amateur photographer and workshop facilitator.
Duration: 6 hours (three 2-hour classes)
Location: Online using Zoom video conferencing
Class size limit: 10 participants
Tuition: $150 + gst (includes a paid WeVideo account for the duration of the course)
Upcoming course dates:
Watch for fall 2021 dates, or contact us to schedule a course for your organization.
Importing video, images and audio files to use in creating a video
Sources of royalty-free and public domain music, photographs and images
Recording voiced narration, music and video
Preparing a rough cut of the video on audio and video tracks
Editing audio tracks
Editing and animating images including collage, split-screen, Ken Burns effect, etc.
Adding and editing text (titles, credits, captions)
Exporting and downloading completed videos
Requirements: Desktop, laptop or larger tablet computer with stable broadband internet access; Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera 15+ or Microsoft Edge web browser; basic computer skills; previous experience with video editing software is not necessary.