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Using Movie Maker in the Classroom Presented by: Melanie Honeycutt Mary Lou Daily
Using Digital Video to Enhance Teaching Teaching Styles and Techniques Demonstration Modeling Explaining Questioning Intervening Providing Feedback
Using Digital Video to Enhance Learning Students can produce videos for a variety of reasons - to inspire, to inform, to instruct, and even to entertain. Essential Question: What story can you tell that might make the world a better place?
Ways to Integrate Digital Storytelling Poetry Math – Geometric shapes Campaign Ads Project Based Learning Social Studies
Resources Equipment –Computer (Windows XP/OS) –Digital camera for still photos –Digital camera for video footage –Firewire to connect camera Digital Resources –Download Movie Maker 2 from the Microsoft websiteMovie Maker 2 –Download CDex CDex is a free CD-Ripper, thus extracting digital audio data from an Audio CD. The application supports many Audio encoders, like MPEG (MP2,MP3), VQF, AAC encoders.CDex –Copyright_mmaker.pptCopyright_mmaker.ppt
How do you get started? Movie Making for Kids Develop a Lesson Plan Develop a Storyboard Tips for creating movies Examples –Dr. Alice Christie at Arizona StateDr. Alice Christie at Arizona State –Digital Video Editing with Beaufort County SchoolsDigital Video Editing with Beaufort County Schools –Video in the ClassroomVideo in the Classroom
Integration Examples Apple Learning Experiences Sign Language Connection Technology 4 the Classroom Wycoff School in New Jersey
Lets Get Started Setting Defaults in Moviemaker –Click on General Then set up your Storage folder Make sure Auto- Recovery is set
Default Settings Click on the advanced tab Note the picture duration This can be set here or done manually in the movie Choose Video Format (NTSC) Choose Aspect Ratio (4:3)
Collections or Task Pane Contents Pane Preview Pane Timeline or Storyboard Pane MM2 Introduction
Toggling Between Views Tasks Collections Or Use the Drop Down Box to see Collections
Managing Collections Capture Video First Always create a new collection Importing Video always creates a new collection, unless it is still pictures. Import everything (stills, video and audio) into that collection Or you can create sub collections to be more organized You can copy or paste and drag between collections.
1. Choose a target collection 2. Click file Import into collections 3. Navigate to those files on your computer and select. Importing Assets
Adding clips to the Project 1.Click image in the Contents pane. 2.Drag to the first open frame 3.Release your mouse Tips: Storyboard is good for arranging content (can drag and drop), but you can not do much more.
Adding Transitions 1.Click target transition 2.Drag to transition box in storyboard or between two clips in Timeline 3.Release Mouse 4.Click first clip and click play in monitor to preview To change a transition drag and drop. To delete, click on transition and delete.
Add transitions to multiple slides (Storyboard mode only) 1.Select all target images (edit > select all) 2. Click target transition 3.Right click > Add to Storyboard
Working in the Timeline Edit Line- Preview in the monitor Plus and minus key to zoom in and out Time slider to move around the project
Adding Effects 1.Click target effect 2.Drag onto clip on Timeline 3.Release mouse 4.Click clip and click Play in Monitor to preview 5.Add up to five 6.Drawback – can not customize effects, but adding multiple effects intensifies impact
Adding Audio 1.Above the Storyboard, click Show Timeline 2. Click and open Collection containing audio files 3.Click and drag audio file to audio/music track 4.Release mouse
Narrating the Project 1.Click on Tools > Narrate Timeline 2.Click start, speak normally, click stop 3.MM2 opens a save audio file box. Name and save the file and MM2 inserts it into the audio/music track.
Add Opening Title 1.Click Tools > Titles and Credits 2. Click add title at the beginning of the Movie 3.Type in the Title
Advanced Skills Splitting and trimming In the Contents pane or on the storyboard/timeline, click the clip you want to split. On the Play menu, click Play Clip, and then click Pause Clip on the Play menu to pause the video at the point you want to split the clip. -or- On the monitor, move the playback indicator on the seek bar to the point you want to split the clip. On the Clip menu, click Split.
Rendering your Project High Level Choices Start by clicking File > Save Movie File Generally, Use 2 of 5 preset groups My Computer for Streaming Desktop playback Inputting into authoring program DV Camera for Storage Writing to VHS Tape
Other Rendering Topics Rendering for input into an authoring program like MYDVD Use the DV-AVI (NSTC) output present Output to tape Setup the hardware like you were capturing video Use the DV Camera output and follow the wizard.
Resources Cited "Kids with Cameras." Making Movies in the Classroom. 2003. Giggle Potz. 27 Feb. 2005. "Adobe Digital Kids Club." Lessons and Activities. 2005. Adobe. 27 Feb. 2005. "Education World Technology Article." Did you see that Poem?. 22 Feb. 2005. Education World. 27 Feb. 2005. "Memory's Voices." A Cookbook for Digital Storytelling. 2004. The Center for Digital Storytelling. 27 Feb. 2005. "Movie Making for Kids." Digital Movies. Town 4 kids. 27 Feb. 2005. Half Hollow Hills Central School District. 2005. Half Hollow Hills. 28 Feb. 2005. Apple Main Exhibit. 2001. Apple. 28 Feb. 2005. Fryer, Wesley. Tips for Presentations with Movies. 2004. Tools for the TEKS. 28 Feb. 2005. ICT Advise for Teachers. How to Organise the Use of digital Video in the Classroom. 2004. Becta. 28 Feb.2005 http://www.ictadvice.org.uk/index.php?section=tl&catcode=as_cu_sec_sub_14&rid=6629 http://www.ictadvice.org.uk/index.php?section=tl&catcode=as_cu_sec_sub_14&rid=6629 Ozer, Jan. Movie Maker for Windows 2. New York: Peachpit, 2002. "Windows Movie Maker 2 and Photo Story." Windows Movie Maker 2 and Photo Story. 27 Nov. 2005. 27 Nov. 2005.
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