How Does a Blind Person Edit Video?
The Staunton Media Lab (SML) is pleased to present a new video release entitled How Does a Blind Person Edit Video? Watch as SML Audio Director Coley Evans, who is blind from birth, edits a video using Windows Movie Maker.
SML hopes you will share this extraordinary video. It's built around a screen capture from Coley's first effort at video editing. You are seeing something even Coley can't see: what it looks like when a blind person edits video.
How Does a Blind Person Edit Video? was made with the following process:
- Coley downloads video from YouTube and opens in Windows Movie Maker
- Coley starts the screen capture program, Screencastify, which makes a movie of his desktop
- The screen capture movie is converted to MP4 using VLC software
- Video of Coley editing video without a monitor or a mouse was added
(Shot with a Canon HD Cam saved to an SD card)
- Video of short interview with Coley was added
(Shot with a Sony MiniDV Cam to an EZ Grabber capture card to OBS)
- Music was downloaded from a credited source of copyright-free music
- Two synthetic, machine-generated voices are heard in this video
- The final video was edited by Devon Donis, Video Editor at SML, using Adobe Premier
- Directed by Steve O'Keefe, SML Executive Director
- Produced by Staunton Media Lab — Video & Audio Editing by the Deaf, Blind and Uniquely Able
Copyright-Free 2017 by Staunton Media Lab. Please feel free to download and distribute this video as long as the contents are not changed and this copyright notice is intact. Thank You!