Digital Video Production
Category: Prejudge Project
Type: Individual, Team
Grade Level: 9-12
Competitor Limit: 1 team of 1-3 members
(New 2021-22) Create a “How-to Video.” Your video should be about instructing an audience on the steps to complete a task. All video content must be original. Be sure to create a video for a particular target audience.
- (New 2020-21) These videos must be original content; competitors may not use previously published video clips in the videos they submit for the competition.
- The production may use any method to capture or create moving images.
- The presentation should include sources used to research the topic, development and design process, use of different video techniques, a list of equipment and software used, and copyright information for pictures, music, or other items.
- Video must properly develop the topic.
- Videos should be no longer than two (2) minutes in length.
- The video presentation may include but is not limited to elements such as graphics, pictures, music, voice-over, sound, and text.
- Competitors, not adviser(s), must prepare entries.
- The description area of the video must contain copyright information as well as the name of the event, competitor name(s), school, state.
- Competitors are expected to follow all applicable copyright laws. Refer to the national Format Guide for copyright information.
- Upload the video to YouTube as unlisted and disable comments. Include URL on the event submission form.
- Name Project: DigitalVideo_Chapter_Year
- Document addresses topic and is appropriate for audience
- graphics, text treatment, and special effects show creativity and cohesiveness of design
- overall layout and design is creative and appealing
- final product indicates a clear thought process and an intended, planned direction with formulation and execution of a firm idea
- required information is effectively communicated
- copyright laws followed
Each local chapter may submit one (1) entry. Entries may be created by an individual member or by a team of two
(2) or three (3) members from FBLA members in Grades 9 through 12. Each competitor must pay the SLC registration fee and attend the State Leadership Conference.
Presentations must address the topic as described. Entries will be judged by a panel of judges according to the rating sheet. All decisions of the judges are final.
Who Goes to Nationals?
The first-, second-, and third-place winners of this event will be entered in the Digital Video Production event at the National Leadership Conference, providing they have not entered this event at a previous National Leadership Conference. In the event of a team entry, no more than one (1) member may have competed in this event at a previous National Leadership Conference, or have competed more than two (2) years at the national level in this event.