I created a page in the Notion to find the verbs associated with the three words we set up last week. Selected verbs will be applied to many images and will play an important role in expressing our identity. There were more words than we thought, so we couldn't decide in a day.
I chose the music for the intro and outro video and edited the wrong parts. It was a little bit burden to me because the video I made goes to the beginning and end of all the videos. By referring to and copying the videos on YouTube, I have made videos of various styles to highlight our style.
On Wednesday, we decided to change the location of the green screen, and then we moved the screen to various locations to test whether the video was working well. The biggest problem was the noise. Our office has a building elevator control room and stairs to the roof, and the noise from there was quite disturbing. The location was well lighted and good for Michael to see the slide screen, but there was still noise. We couldn't satisfy all the situations, but we decided that the location could make better video quality than before. Due to the large screen size, we moved all the chairs and desks in the office to the center and organized the electrical wires.
We added a narration that Michael explains to the GCU video posted on the LiftPort channel. It wasn't in the original shooting plan, but we added it to the filming schedule because we can produce the video easily and quickly using the data we have. Michael made a PPT slide for the video and recorded his voice. I made a bridge video that will go into the middle of several videos and uploaded it to my company OneDrive account. I applied the sound recorded by Michael to the video, but it was a bit awkward. The quality of the video was not good, so we decided to film it again. I uploaded the video we created in the OneDrive account B-Roll folder.
The next day, we filmed the GCU video that we decided to revise again. I searched and copied the PowerPoint animation making videos on YouTube and applied it to our video. Since most of the programs that I want to use in Windows OS require high computer specifications, so I mainly made videos using PowerPoint.