Mobile Games Video
Mobile Games Video
Mobile Games Video
Mobile Games Video

MM204 CANCELLED: A Survival Guide to Accidental Video Production

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM Wednesday, June 21

Expo Hall: Mobile & Media Stage

So, your boss wants you to produce a video for a training project. Great! Well, aside from the fact that you’ve never worked on video production and don’t even know where to begin. If you’re in a situation where you’ve been tasked with creating video content, but have never actually been involved with formal video production before, there can be a lot of pressure to create something polished despite your lack of experience. But amateur videos can be surprisingly easy to create with a few tips and tricks to get you started.

In this session, you’ll explore a wealth of useful tips that can help any accidental video producer create a training video from start to finish. You’ll take a closer look at the most common pitfalls in an amateur video production and ways you can avoid them. You’ll also investigate how the video production process works and what steps you’ll want to take to step up your own. You’ll then get tips and resources for how you can make your videos look polished and professional. By the end of this session, you’ll have the skills you need to make your video production run smoothly and create a fantastic final product.

In this session, you will learn:

  • About common mistakes new producers make and how to avoid them
  • What a solid video production process should look like and consider
  • How to make your videos look more professional
  • About post-production tools that can help you add even more polish to your videos

Novice designers, developers, and managers.

Technology discussed in this session:
Adobe Premiere Elements.

Hanna Umanskiy

Video Producer

Federal Judicial Center

Hanna Umanskiy is a video producer at the Federal Judicial Center, where she develops interactive education programs, podcasts, and videos for judges and court staff. Before joining the center, Hanna used her skills and knowledge to support US Special Operations Command training missions as well as DEA Academy education programs. In this role, she created web-based trainings, tutorials, simulators, scenarios, games, animated courses, and videos.

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