Quick Start tutorials: Using Storehouse for multimedia stories

par IJNet
30 oct 2018 dans Mobile Journalism

Journalists who want to take their multimedia reporting to the next level can combine text, video and photos into a seamless piece using Storehouse.

In this week’s Quick Start tutorial, international media consultant Robb Montgomery shows us how to combine quick, 30-second video clips and text to create a Storehouse multimedia extra on your iPhone or iPad.

This is the final installment of Montgomery’s course, “Make Smartphone Video Like a Pro.” You’ll have access to it through next Friday. You can stay in the loop with Montgomery’s online tutorials and workshops by visiting his website or following him on Twitter @robbmontgomery.

If you’re interested in practicing your video skills but need guided practice, register for Montgomery’s Mobile Reporting: Multimedia Journalism course by clicking here. Through a special IJNet offer, you’ll get the course for US$10 even though the retail price is US$99. Throughout the course, you’ll complete 10 multimedia projects.

Using Storehouse to make video multimedia stories from Robb Montgomery

Main image CC-licensed by Flickr via Gonzalo Baeza H.