Working remotely and engaging through distance learning has required Kamehameha Schools employees, and the worldwide workforce in general, to “up our video skills,” KS Multimedia Specialist Jacob Chinn says.
Chinn explains that employees are looking to create videos to send a more personal message than those available through the typical email. In addition to video conference calls, videos are helping to fill the void left by canceled events. Chinn compiled this do-it-yourself video of tips and tricks focused on how to best record videos from the comfort of home, or any remote work environment.
"Working remotely, there is more demand for video than ever before, whether it is for a video conference call, class, or a pre-recorded video message," Chinn says. "Social distancing has limited my ability to film, and our team wanted to create something in a fun way that might bring a smile to someone’s face during these strange times."
Fancy video equipment is not required as this entire video was filmed on a mobile phone. While the general public is encouraged to utilize this helpful resource, these tips are also provided for KS employees specifically on a simple one-sheeter.
These tips can come in handy whether one is creating a video for a class or archiving video conferences using Microsoft Teams. Happy video-making!
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