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The Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activity, and Research (OSCAR) Celebration Resources

A video presentation is taking a face-to-face sharing of your research findings (a poster, a short presentation, a three-minute thesis) and moving that to a set video presentation about your research.

Editing Options

Once you have filmed and recorded your content for your video presentation, you must edit that content together to make a coherent presentation. This, again, can seem like a monumental task if you have no experience, but there are some very intuitive editing programs that you can use. 

Mac/Apple Users

Windows/PC/Android Users

There is also free editing platforms and software available that is not dependent on what type of computer you use. Check out the list below for software and methods available to anyone:

Free and Public Domain Content

Adding videos, photos, and music to your presentation can all be a great way to make your video more interesting, clearer, and more engaging for your audience. However, if you did not create this content yourself you want to be careful not to violate copyright or steal anyone else's work.

There are a lot of great resources all over the internet that provide free to use content to add to your presentation! Please see the list below for free audio and video resources to consider using: