If you'd like to distribute your media beyond the classroom, you should search for content in the public domain or under Creative Commons.
The Media Libguide is a great resources summary. Scroll down a bit to get to the Audio section.
These tools are free and provide essential features for basic video editing.
iMovie comes free with your Mac. It allows for basic editing: trimming and combining videos, and adding voiceover or music.
If iMovie isn't already installed on your Mac, you can “Download iMovie for macOS ↓
Photos (Windows 10)
Photos is part of Windows 10. It allows for very basic video editing: trimming and combining videos, and adding voiceover or music.
If Photos isn't already installed on your Windows 10 computer, you may need to download a software upgrade. The Computing Help Desk can assist with that if necessary.
Due to COVID-19, equipment pickup and returns will be done at the Help Desk by appointment only. Please note, reservations will require prior authorization and equipment will need up to one week (7 days) before it is ready for pick up.
The equipment will probably be under
A storyboard is the equivalent of an outline for a paper. When you create a media project, you start with a storyboard.
A storyboard serves the following purposes:
If you’re writing a full script out first, it shouldn’t be longer than 2 double-spaced pages or reading it will take longer than 3 to 4 minutes.