Revelation Sight & Sound

Short Films and Documentaries Gallery

Here are some examples, which show the potential of using this software package for classroom project work.

Click on any of the thumbnails to view the films online.

NB: The films are streamed through a Flash player, so you will need version 8, or above, of Macromedia Flash installed on your computer. To download the latest version of the Player, please visit the Adobe website.

Sir Ken Robinson
Sir Ken Robinson talks about
creativity and the challenges of
changing education to value creativity
as much as literacy.

The Moon
This film demonstrates how easy it is to
use timelapse photography to create
motion. Here is the moon cycle recorded
over 28 days using a USB Telescope and
Revelation Sight & Sound.

Freda & the Doodlebug
An example of digital story telling in
the style of a documentary, which combines original film footage,
stills and interviews.

A documentary looking at recycling.
Do you think we should recycle?
What would happen if we didn't?

The Lady of Shalot
A video poem, useful as a starter for
older children. Get them to read and
record their own voices and illustrate
their reading with their own images.
Works for any poem!

The Rock Pool
This project demonstrates the rostrum
camera technique, which creates
movement simply using stills.
This is an excellent way to tell stories.

Living History
A documentary about people who were
9 – 11 years old during the Second World
War. This is a great way to bring 'living
history' into the classroom, and get
children involved in recording and
discussing other's real life experiences.
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Software Features

Free Resources


Digital Video in the Curriculum

Rendering and File Formats

Gallery of Work

Useful Links

Keyboard Shortcuts

Minimum Specification

Current software v.1.088d
"A terrific software pack to create radio programmes, slideshows, documentaries & films, complete with an excellent activity guide."
TES Online

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