So You Want to Create Flipped Videos for Your Classroom?
Here’s some advice: making GREAT VIDEO is harder than it looks
OK, that wasn’t really advice.
But definitely something to keep in mind when you’re importing sound and video into iMovie separately and suddenly you realize… no amount of tutorials could prepare you for the horrific syncing process.
Your mouth is moving but the words just seem to be on a whole different page.
Here IS Some Real Advice for You:
The absolute “secret sauce” to making great video for your student’s lessons is having EXCELLENT, crystal clear audio.
Everything else is just glitter and sprinkles.
The Only Audio Video Sync Tool You’ll Ever Need
Unless your business is making Japanese Godzilla movies with terrible English audio-dubbing, it’s time to get real.
DreamSync is the answer you’ve been looking for.
In literal moments, you can sync your video and sound together faster than America went into that pesky recession.
It’s quick, easy and there’s no work required to match sound and video in the click of a button.
Drag > Drop > Sync > Vacation
Using DreamSync is almost like having your own assistant editor on standby for all of your online flipped classroom video content.
We understand the importance of putting your best foot forward.
And the best move you can make right now is to save yourself time.
You’ve already got enough to worry about.
Download a copy of DreamSync now and have a video lesson ready for your students in a matter of minutes.
Videos Will Help Personalize Your Video Lessons
Your brand is your identity, it’s time to give your video tools the makeover it deserves.
By simply dragging and dropping your video and audio footage shot on your camera and external mic.
DreamSync will mesh them together in perfect sync with practically no work on your part.
It’s no small feat to create these videos for your class.
So with the extra time you save syncing, we encourage you to celebrate your victories!
But not too hard… with the economy and all.
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