- Things we don't like
- Things we like
- What we would change
Don't flip flop back and forth between 1 and 2 and 3. Think of your video like a paper where you have different topics for each paragraph. Put all of your 1 comments together, then repeat the process with 2 and 3.
Next, CUT OUT THE BORING STUFF YOU DON'T NEED. We shouldn't hear every person say, "What I don't like about the dress code is..." Edit it out and go straight to their comments. "I don't like the fingertip rule on shorts because some girls' arms are shorter than others, so they can wear shorter shorts than the rest of us. It's not fair."
If several people say the same thing, edit them all together and drive the point home.
PERSON ONE - What drives me nuts is the fingertip rule...
PERSON TWO - The fingertip rule...
PERSON THREE - That goofy fingertip rule. Can't stand it.
This shows unity since everyone wants to talk about it. It's also a cool editing trick that keeps your audience listening. When you change pictures from person to person to person quickly, it's harder to ignore you or look away from the screen.
How long should your video be? Aim for one to two minutes and see how it looks. If that's not enough time to express what you want, make it a little longer.