I am writing just to update you about this cool little project I made recently. I was contacted by Professor Moore and asked to help prepare a short project for an upcoming on campus event. I was excited because she wanted me to edit a video that gave background about the guest speakers we would be having to speak at the event.
I learned a lot about these very influential women while piecing together this project. Betty Davis was the highlight of this event, therefore the majority of the short video was her black and white of interview of Muhammed Ali.
Additionally, I got a chance to learn a new editing program. Because I choose to use adobe premier (a new editing software that I had never used), I faced many new challenges. However, I did manage to overcome all of the small problems I encountered. For me, the most rewarding part of this project was to see it all come together to music that I produced. I used the program Ableton live to make the background music in the introduction of this video, and I think it helped make the introduction title screen for this video more attention grabbing.
I really enjoy making my videos that I work on for both USFtv and personal reasons with music that I create myself. This is because I can compose the music to fit the theme of the project. Overall this was a fun mash-up to make, and it took me around 4 hours to make.
You can check out my final project using the following link: