GWATFL TIPS [Teaching Insights for Professional Success]
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Consider the following when creating your video
1. Unique and memorable introduction engages the audience immediately and communicates the purpose of the piece.
2. Narrator sounds comfortable and has practiced the piece for an excellent delivery.
Words are clear and pacing is appropriate.
3. The language structures and terminology used enhance the message and its purpose.
4. The graphics and images contribute to a creative and effective presentation and enhance key points by contributing to the concept explanation.
5. Shots are in focus and nicely cropped. The camera work is smooth and steady.
Follows technical requirements:• File format and resolution: High Definition, “as close to the original, high quality source format as possible.” .MOV, .MPEG4, MP4, .AVI, or .WMV
• Aspect ratio: Filmed horizontally (not vertically)
• Duration: Minimum 2 min, Max: 20 minutes
• Proper light
• Sound quality: Make sure the sound is loud and clear. Use a lapel microphone, wireless mic or wireless earbuds with microphone if you move far away from the camera.
• No background music.
• Solid or neutral background preferable.
• Include a short full screen video shot showing the face of the presenter at the beginning or at the end of the recording.
• No transitions or special titles over the finished video.
(email Luis at LDeocares@gwatfldc.org for any questions regarding technical aspects of your video).
6. Creativity and original content enhance the purpose of the piece in an innovative way.
7. Audiences other than the presenter’s peers would learn something from the video and find it valuable
8. The video ends in an effective and creative manner that will cause the viewer to remember the theme/message.