Today we reach the end of our video project. Today’s blog will cover part four of our project, editing your video biblical ethical wills. This process will include watching what you have filmed, removing parts, adding parts and adding special effects like music.
The first step when editing an ethical will video is to watch everything that you filmed. You will want to keep a notepad nearby so you can jot down changes you want to make. For example, you may want to add a photomontage or slide show of family photographs while you talk about some of your memories or when you focus your discussion on a specific person.
Next you will want to make sure that you covered everything that you wanted to and that you provided at least one ethical example per topic that you discussed. If you noticed that there is something missing, you will need to film something to cover the issues you missed. You can then cut the new information into your finished project.
When you have everything filmed, you will want to use your editing software to cut out dead air, make transitions smoother and to add background music (if you want to). Once you are happy with what you have you can burn your video ethical will to a DVD and put it in a safe spot. A good place to store your ethical will is with the hard copy of your regular will, preferably in a fire safe lock box.
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