I think I sat in front of my computer for an hour before I decided what I wanted to put on my script. I was thinking that I'd rather put all this time and effort into creating the video then changing it as needed. I think though, now that I have started, it made me think a little more about what I was doing. I put more thought into the pictures I put in my storyboard and why I was putting them. I personally, started with my script first. I wanted to make sure I was saying everything I wanted to say before I put the visuals in. Once I had my script finished, the visuals came easy (except one that I'm still unsure about).
I didn't encounter too many problems once I began. I think my biggest issue was how to start. There was a lot of information and examples to look at. I think that having so many examples was great, but it also made it hard for me to figure out what I wanted, since all of the examples were all so different. I really liked the example that had videos of her students, but now that I am not with my students I lost that opportunity. Luckily, I was told before school ended to make sure to grab some photos for the website. I didn't think about video.
I have decided to use Adobe Spark. I am very familiar with it and I really like how easy to use and user friendly it is. My favorite part about Adobe Spark is that you can record for each slide instead of having to record all at once. I also like that they use music over the dialogue, it sounds more professional. I do think I am happy with scripting out my video. I am anxious to get started so I can see the finial project.