How I made my version of ‘Pretty Saro’

In this post I present a screen recording (screencast) that demonstrates the tools referred to in my previous post, ‘Using ‘open’ resources for digital storytelling’. To set the scene, here’s my video, Pretty Saro, that I refer to in the demo:

In this 10 minute screencast I talk through how I approached making the Pretty Saro video and demonstrate using Creative Commons licensed audio on Soundcloud, archive photographs from Flickr Commons, and the online editing tool WeVideo:

Music: Pretty Saro by Piers Cawley on Soundcloud – CC-BY-NC-SA.
Photographs: ‘1930s – 1940s in Color’, Library of Congress on Flickr – No known copyright restrictions.

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