107 Project Management for Video Production
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Tuesday, June 20
Management and Strategy
Producing videos can be a complex endeavor for learning professionals attempting to bring their courses to life. By incorporating appropriate project management principles, instructional designers can create a smooth process for video production and avoid having to reshoot critical footage they need for a course.
In this session, you will learn the questions you need to ask before creating a video production timeline. You will learn from examples of challenges that might come up that can affect production schedules or video quality. You will discover how to set up dependencies to create a time estimate for production. You will leave this session with tips and tricks for managing the review and editing process as well as implementing a QA schedule.
In this session, you will learn:
- About challenges that can affect production schedules or video quality
- How to set up dependencies to create a time estimate for production
- Some tips and tricks for managing the review and editing process
- How to implement a QA schedule
- About the people and types of technology needed to create quality video
Novice designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Project management platforms Wrike and Smartsheet, as well as other platforms that might be similar. Frame.io for preview and approval. Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, and Telestream ScreenFlow depending on production timelines.
Rachel Moss Ellsworth
Sr. Learning and Development Specialist
Rachel Moss Ellsworth is a senior learning and development specialist at Daymon Interactions, a global leader in building successful brands and delivering high-impact experiential consumer marketing and in-store services. Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree in English from the University of California–Santa Barbara and her master’s degree in educational technology from San Diego State University. She is currently completing her dissertation in the educational technology doctoral program through the University of Florida.