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1 From Students… …to Professionals The Capstone Experience 11/20: Team Project Video Status Reports Dr. Wayne Dyksen Department of Computer Science and Engineering Michigan State University Fall 2013

2 Instructions (Delete this slide.) Required Template  Do not edit the master slides.  Do not change the organization or number of slides. Content  Replace with your company name as in “Team Auto-Owners”.  Replace with your project title as in “Catastrophe Insurance Adjuster App”.  For each of the four status slides, replace the placeholders between “ ” with honest actual values like “Yes” or “10” or “75%”. Do NOT add or delete bullet points.  Be prepared to answer questions. Be prepared to backup your values with proof.  Delete this slide from the presentation. Presenting  The order of the presentations during our meeting will be team alphabetical order.  The time limit for your presentation is 5 minutes, which will be strictly enforced. Practice your presentation to ensure that you will finish within the allotted time. Submission by  All presentations are due via to Malcolm by midnight, Tuesday, November 19.  For subject, use “Team : Project Video Status Report” as in “Team Urban Science: Project Video Status Report”.  Attach the PowerPoint source file named “team- -project-video-status-report- presentation.pptx” as in team-auto-owners-project-video-status-report-presentation.pptx. The Capstone ExperienceTeam Project Video Status Reports2 DELETE ME.

3 Project Video Status Report Team Storyboarding  Introduces Client Company:  Provides Motivation for Project:  Number of Use Cases Illustrated:  Includes Acknowledgements:  Projected Length in Minutes:  % Complete: Narration Script  Number of Words Written:  % Written:  Selected Narrator(s):  % Recorded: The Capstone ExperienceTeam Project Video Status Reports3 (1 of 4)

4 Project Video Status Report Team TeleCom Recording Studio  Signed Up for Time Slot:  Found Studio:  Recorded Something:  Imported Recorded Audio Into Camtasia: Camtasia  Installed:  Test Drove: The Capstone ExperienceTeam Project Video Status Reports4 (2 of 4)

5 Project Video Status Report Team Camtasia Screen Recording  Test Drove:  Number of Minutes Recorded:  % Complete: Camtasia Editing  Imported Camtasia Screen Recording:  Imported Narration Audio:  Imported Music Audio:  Figured Out Callouts:  Figured Out Pan/Zoom:  Produced Test Videos:  Tested Visibility of Text on Projector: The Capstone ExperienceTeam Project Video Status Reports5 (3 of 4)

6 Project Video Status Report Team Camtasia Production  Produced Test Video:  Produced Test wmv:  Produced Test mov:  Produced Test mp4:  Tested Visibility on Projector in Meeting Room:  Tested Audibility on Speakers in Meeting Room: The Capstone ExperienceTeam Project Video Status Reports6 (4 of 4)


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