One of my recent goals has been to learn how to use Adobe Premiere, at least at a very basic level. This week, that meant making countdown timer videos. I found a video on YouTube that made it relatively easy by using subtitle files. Once I made one it was pretty quick to make a different length.
And, rather than keeping ’em to myself, I figured I’d upload them to YouTube and share them here.
The 22:30 is a bit of an oddball. It works out to 1/4 of 90 minutes, which is how much time CompSci AP-A students have to solve 4 free-response questions. I use a 22:30 timer quite a bit with my class to get them used to the pacing for their AP exam in May.
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