TUTORIAL: Editing virtual recital videos using Canva + Adobe Premiere Rush
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0:30 An example of an edited student video with an animated and ending screen.
1:08 Browsing the templates at Canva.com and saving them to your “Likes” folder.
3:20 Selecting a template and using it as a starting point.
4:22 Getting the right dimensions for your video project (e.g., 1920×1080, 1080×1920 or 1080×1350). This step is the magic that allows you to use ANY template you find in Canva as a starting point for your project!
7:10 Opening a new custom project in Canva using your project’s dimensions.
8:30 Copying the template’s elements into your project.
10:57 Editing the template to suit your needs.
11:30 My Handdrawn Music Notes & Symbols set, used for my ending screen.
12:45 Resizing, recoloring, rotating, centering, adding text, etc.
17:00 Adding animation.
19:00 Downloading from Canva.
20:15 Keeping your files organized for your project.
22:30 Starting a new project in Adobe Premiere Rush.
23:50 Editing your video: moving things around on the timeline, trimming, layering the opening/ending screens, adding transitions, timing the applause track (I got mine from FreeSoundEffects.com), etc.
30:40 Downloading your finished video.
32:05 A peek at some of the different opening screens I designed for my student videos.