Macy Kitchens, Zaria Richardson, Erin Caudill, Alisia Ramos
Henry Moss Middle School, 8th grade
Cyberbullying ~ Public Service Announcement
First, we took the tripod and we went into the STLP room. Alisia sat down in a chair by the computers. We positioned the camera behind Alisia so that we could see her hands and what she was texting. Erin stood behind the camera and sent Alisia messages on her phone.
Then, we went to the bathroom.. Erin played the victim. We positioned the camera in the doorway. We had Erin walk from outside the bathroom to the sink.Then we positioned the camera beside the sink. Erin took a prescription bottle filled with Tic Tacs out of her hoodie. we had her walk towards the bathroom stall. We went into the bathroom stall and put the camera in the corner. Erin sat on the floor. We positioned the camera down so that you could see her. She put the Tic Tacs in her hand and put them in her mouth. after a few handfuls, she fell on the floor. Macy, who was behind the camera, lowered the camera so that you could see most of Erin.
We imported the videos into iMovie. We selected the clips we wanted to use. We cropped the clips so it could be 60 seconds. We changed the clips to Black & White. Then, we used the effect called Dream. Then, we decided to make the video backwards. We put all of the clips in reverse order. Then, we made all the clips play in reverse or rewind.
Then, we added the transitions Cross Dissolve and Cross Blur. Then, we went on YouTube and went to YouTube Creator Studio to find copyright free music and picked a song called Thinking Back by Max Surla. We downloaded the song and imported it into iMovie. Then, we added our title and put in the credits.
We made our video 60 seconds in iMovie, when we published it on YouTube, it said that the video was 60 seconds, but when we watched the video on YouTube, it said the video was 61 seconds. Then, we went back to iMovie and made the video 59 seconds because we thought that YouTube added an extra second during processing. Then we went back on YouTube and re-uploaded, the video said that it was 60 seconds, again, but when we watched the video the time only went to 59 seconds. Then we went back into iMovie and made it 59.5 seconds, again it said that it was 60 seconds and when we watched it, it said it was 59 seconds. Then in iMovie we kept on adding and taking away seconds, but when we published the video on YouTube it still said that it was 59 seconds or either 61 seconds when we clicked on the video. Now the video is slightly less than 60 seconds because we wanted to make sure it fit within the allotted 60 seconds.