Is there a way to blur out sensitive information using WeVideo? I did a tutorial video for staff that I'm editing, but would like to remove my phone number. Can this be done in WeVideo?

HELP!! I M IN THE MIDDLE OF A PROJECT WITH MY STUDENTS AND WE ALL GOT KICKED OUT OF WEVIDEO!!!!!

I am a little new to WeVideo. Can I take one of the projects from the resources page and assign it through Google Classroom? Or do I just need to save it as a pdf and connect it with Classroom that way?

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Story-boarding with 20 kids can be a little tricky. This is the process I follow:

1) Brainstorm topic as a whole class group
2) Students write a "Treatment" usually in pairs.
3) Collect the treatments and cherry pick the best ideas from them as a whole class group.
4) Develop story board and script from the students' ideas.
5) Have students draw scenes for the story board.

Attached is the storyboard for this anti-bullying PSA:

https://youtu.be/kWA_krvekqc

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What is the problem when a video shows fine in preview from the media library but when I place it into a track it is a bunch of grey lines?

Hello All,

I was uploading a video my 6th grade students made to YouTube and I got a copyright notice on music I got from the Wevideo Music Library:

Copyrighted content was found in your video.
The claimant is allowing their content to be used in your YouTube video. However, ads might appear on it.
VIEWING RESTRICTIONS
None
MONETIZATION
Monetized by claimant

Deeply Exhale - Craig Riley
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0:02 - 1:36

The song is: "Dramatic Sensitive Piano" in the Free Music category.

I want to dispute this claim but I need more info about WeVideo music copyright.

Can anyone help me with this?

Let's say you want to make a video on a mobile device... how do you do that?

Thinking about writing a survey for our rising 6th graders with a focus on how prepared they are to handle stuff that could come up as they enter the world of social media. In general, 4th-6th grades are our entry years where social media participation shoots up dramatically. I know there are a million questions that would be interesting to ask in the realm of digital citizenship. But I really want to focus on "When the bleep hits the fan, what is your plan?"

What's the one question you would ask?

Hi there,

Is there a way to strip out the audio from an imported video clip so they are on two separate tracks?

I think one workaround would be to export the video clip as an audio file, re-import the audio file, then turn the audio levels on the original video clip down to zero. But that really seems like the long way around.

I can do it in iMovie but our students don't have regular access to that.

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File this under Project Management Tips: I put this form on a clipboard along with their Shot Log Form for each group of students. Each student is given a color coded "Press Pass" with their job for that class on a lanyard. This really motivates them to be "professional."
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