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Tyler Evans Wednesday May 8 th, 2013. Timing and Music  Generally 10-15 minutes is good target  Timing can be anywhere from 3 – 7 seconds per slide/picture.

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1 Tyler Evans Wednesday May 8 th, 2013

2 Timing and Music  Generally minutes is good target  Timing can be anywhere from 3 – 7 seconds per slide/picture Fast show: 2-3 seconds Moderate slow show 5-7 seconds  Music should generally be calm and soothing, more of background music than something with lots of lyrics that makes you want to sing along

3 Ken Burns Effect  Effect of panning and zooming used in video production from still images Ken Burns was famous director and producer of documentary films (1981-present)  Gives “action” to still photographs for use in videos or slideshows 1. Adds motion to still images 2. Transitions between images https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Burns_effect

4 Ken Burns Effect in Software  Apple: Final Cut Pro, iMovie  Windows: Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere  Steve Jobs met with Burns and got his permission to name effect after him and donated money to charity for rights

5 Most Popular Slideshow Software  iPhoto and iMovie (Apple)  Picasa (Google)  PowerPoint (Microsoft)  Windows Movie Maker (Microsoft)  Photoshop (Adobe)

6 iPhoto  Travel pictures on a map  Origami folding transitions  Reflections

7 Video effects  Flash and hold Play an action segment of video Flash the screen white in the middle of the action Slowly zoom out from a still mid-action Resume video

8 Microsoft PowerPoint  How to add multiple photos all at once Click “insert” Click “photo album” ○ Click “new photo album”

9 Microsoft PowerPoint (2)  Picture Layout: Fit to page for full screen, or how many on each screen

10 Ken Burns in PowerPoint  Ken Burns Effect in PowerPoint Select Slide Show > Custom Animation ○ Then on the right hand Custom Animation bar Add Effect > Emphasis > Grow/ Shrink ○ Set the timing to Slow or Very Slow Select Slide Show > Custom Animation > Add Effect > Motion Paths >Draw Custom Path > Line ○ Move the green and red arrows and keep testing until happy In custom animation add in the Grow/ Shrink as before ○ Click on the second animation and change Start > With Previous

11 Microsoft PowerPoint (3) White FrameBlack FrameFaded RectangleFaded Oval Bevel PerspectiveSnip Diagonal Corner Reflection Shape Cutout Heart  Picture border effects

12 Microsoft PowerPoint (4)  Compress images to save file size

13 Animoto  Music: Upload own, or animoto selection  Drag images to change order

14 Animoto Samples  Spring in DC (made in 5 min)  Website Samples


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