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Editing Computer Tutorials

Recording a Zoom Audio Meeting

This tutorial will show you how to record a Zoom Audio meeting.  If you need to set up a Recurring Zoom Meeting, we have instructions at https://mediacommons.psu.edu/2018/01/11/setup-recurring-zoom-audio-meeting/ Once you are logged in to...

Setting up a Recurring Zoom Audio Interview Meeting

This tutorial will show you how to set up a recurring Zoom meeting in order to share a permanent phone number and meeting ID number with someone.  You will need to login to Zoom via the Penn State Video Conferencing link at https://psu.zoom.us...

Fixing VFR Audio Sync Issues in Adobe Premiere

What's the .dif? Digital video is sometimes recorded with a Variable Frame Rate (VFR).  This can cause the MP4 file audio to play out of sync when editing in Adobe Premiere.  Instead of being an exact frame rate like film at 24 frames per second (fps) or...

How to Share Your Computer Screen with Media Commons

Sharing your computer allows the Media Commons consultants the ability to view and control your computer. This is useful if you are unsure of how to explain the problem or have no idea what is wrong. This lets the Consultants actually see and control your machine,...

Setting Mic Levels on the Mac

Once the audio source is connected to the computer, click on the Apple logo in the menu bar at the top of your screen, and select System Preferences. Click once on the Sound icon, then select the Input tab at the top of the dialog box. Make sure your desired...

Storyboarding

Storyboarding Storyboarding is a great way to plan and visualize your project before you go out and start filming. It can even be helpful to you once you start editing your project. Through storyboarding, you can plan what you’re going to be filming in your shots, the...

Video Production Tips

Video Production Tips Before you start working on your video, there are several things to think about when it comes time to shoot and edit your project. Basic Video Shooting Vertical vs. Horizontal Avoid shooting video while holding your phone or mobile device...