Let VideoStudio Pro Expand Your Video Horizons! See us at ISTE 2012!

 

Once again we're very excited to visit ISTE2012 in San Diego starting this Sunday! The International Society of Technology Educators show is our biggest education event of the year and the Corel team is extremely excited that the @VideoStudio and @CorelPainter teams will be there. You can see us in our booth --  # 2436 -- and get one-on-one demo's of Painter and VideoStudio Pro X5, plus get the change to win copies of VideoStudio Pro X5 or even a classroom license of our Education-friendly VideoStudio Essentials!

VideoStudio product marketing guy and PhotoVideoLife blogger Greg Wood will also be on hand to deliver two seminars on Digital Story Telling--read on for details!  We hope to see you at the show!

On Tuesday June 26, Corel's Greg Wood will speak to ISTE's Digital Story Telling Special Interest Groups (SIGs) int he Digital Arts Playground.

Here's the abstracts for Greg's two sessions!


Here Comes The Fun! Stop Motion Animation Enables Easy and Fun Lessons in Story Telling
Greg Wood, Product Marketing Manager for Corel VideoStudio Pro

Whether you’re introducing video technology to your students for the first time, or you’re looking for an easy and highly engaging digital story telling project that can be done without leaving the classroom, Stop Motion Animation offers a ton of potential.

From simple lessons on storyboarding, project planning, lighting and other video basics, to advanced movies supported by scripts and effects, Stop Motion animation can teach students an amazing amount about video in a short period of time.

Greg Wood, product marketing manager for video at Corel, will introduce a variety of techniques for using Stop Motion Animation in the classroom, and describe how Stop Motion can be integrated into a wide variety of student work using VideoStudio Pro.
 
 The Faster Flipped Classroom: Tools to quickly prepare impactful video for Flipped Classrooms
Greg Wood, Product Marketing Manager for Corel VideoStudio Pro

The rise of the flipped classroom challenges teachers to change the way they work – sometimes dramatically, sometimes only a little. Regardless of how you’re adapting the flipped classroom, there are easy tools you can use to prepare video for the flipped classroom faster and easier than ever before. In this session, Greg Wood, product marketing manager for VideoStudio Pro at Corel, will demonstrate some of the time saving capabilities of VideoStudio to accelerate your video production.

Techniques will include:
  • Simple screen capture- Capture presentations, video essays, how-to’s or anything on your screen with VideoStudio’s integrated screen capture capabilities
  • Organizing projects – VideoStudio makes it easy to create discrete projects for easy management of all your projects
  • Video Blog production – Capture straight to your webcam, or import from the camera of your choice. Easily add graphics, overlays and titles
  • Videos from templates – Now you can quickly brand your videos according to your needs and work faster from templates—saving a ton of time
  • Edit and Share in the formats of your choice – Import from popular cameras, including the Flip, iPod and others, then export to disc, file or Web
Great resources on Flipped Classrooms abound today, and at less than $59 for VideoStudio Pro, now its affordable to get all the video capabilities you need!

Additional Resources
You can also visit Corel at Booth 2436 and learn how to win a free copy of VideoStudio Pro X5. You might even win a complete classroom license of Corel VideoStudio Essentials!
 
Come see Corel for your chance to win!

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