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MKTG7503 - Consumer and Buyer Behaviour: Video Production & Editing

This guide is designed to help MKTG7503 students find resources on the consumer behavior research topic.

Library - software and equipment


Media creation and editing software is available on Library computers and can be used to produce and edit video, audio and graphics. The Tools for working with images, video and sound webpage has information on training and guides for:

  1. iMovie
  2. Adobe Premiere Pro
  3. Microsoft Photos or Movie Maker
  4. Other audio and image editing software.


Presentation room

Central Library 12-N206 is a presentation room that contains standard UQ presentation equipment found in all lecture rooms, but in a small scale setting. Purpose built to allow you to practice presentations. Book through Book a Room on the library website.

Recording equipment

Law Library training room contains laptops with webcam and built in microphone. This room cannot be booked but is available for study when there is no training scheduled.

Green screens

Green screens for Chromakey compositing: Central 12-N106A and Biological Sciences Library 94-203A. Book through Book a Room on the library website.  See  Video Assignments with Virtual Backgrounds

LinkedIn Learning

Downloading & editing Informit TVNews

The instructions and video below demonstrate downloading and editing video content from Informit TVNews to use within your video project.

Step 1: Once you have found a video in Informit TVNews that you wish to use in your project, select to play the video. You may come to a page with the message 'Please wait while the requested video is copied for your institution'. If this is taking longer than 30 seconds, refresh your browser. A copyright information page will appear. Select OK.






Step 2: Save the video to your computer. Once you have saved the video, you can open it in 

Movie Maker or iMovie so that you can trim to get the relevant part for your video project.

The video below 'Windows Movie Maker Tutorial 2012/2013 Split & Trim' will show you how.

Windows Movie Maker Tutorial 2012/2013 Split & Trim

by nickscomputerfix

Adobe Premier Pro

The Abobe Premier Pro software can be downloaded from Zenworks on any Library workstation. Students can trial or purchase a student license for Adobe Creative Cloud which includes Premiere Pro.

Adobe website

The Adobe website offers Premier Pro Online Tutorials. Here are some which may be useful:

YouTube support

There are a wide variety of support videos on YouTube that demonstrate how to use this software. 

Windows Movie Maker

There are a number of instructional resources available on the web on how to use Windows Moive Maker. Below are 3 YouTube videos that cover basic to intermediate skills on how to use Movie Maker.

Getting Started Tutorial - Windows Live Movie Maker

by Windows

This 5 min introductory video gives an overview of how to use Movie Maker. 

Windows Live Movie Maker: Pan & Zoom Effects

by palomaratrc

To keep your film from being too static, this 5min 30sec video demonstrates how you can add pan and zoom effects to your video.

Adding overlay video in MovieMaker

by Simon Davis

An intermediate video technique, this 9min video will demonstrate the process for adding overlay images to video footage in Movie Maker.