Working on my capstone site also helped guide me more to where I needed to go with my video. I was able to add more details to the video, but I kept it really simple. I wanted to use Adobe Spark, which I have become very comfortable with. I did have one technical issue. As I was recording, some slides would pick up my voice and other slides wouldn't. It became frustrating, and I thought it was a wifi or adobe site issue. It turns out that it was my computer case cover that was interfering with the microphone. I had to google the issue, and after I removed the case, I was able to record clearly.
Now I have a video that is a little over 2 minutes long. I don't think I need to trim any of the "fat" yet. My one "concern" or "frustration" that I have is about the creation of a second video. Why do we need to create another video which technically is about our journey through the program just like the shorter video? I think that one video should be enough, maybe combination of the 2 videos into one 3-4 minute video. It's just seems like repetitive work to me that might not be a good use of our time.
C'est la vie.