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Working with Movie Maker LET’S MAKE A MOVIE!. Why Use Movies?  Video has a special power for kids  Video is COOL!  Another way to show learning  Good.

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1 Working with Movie Maker LET’S MAKE A MOVIE!

2 Why Use Movies?  Video has a special power for kids  Video is COOL!  Another way to show learning  Good for ELL, LD kids  Impact (favorite thing I did)  Audience (creates an atmosphere of “what am I cable of” global audience)

3 Video Projects  Assign time limits ( A must!)  30 seconds – this makes them careful about what is included  No Violence and martial arts  Start with podcasts and slideshows  Encourage Quality  Students may work alone in a group with no more than 3.  Provide alternatives ( poster, etc) not everyone can produce video because of lack of equipment.

4 What is involved with a movie project?  Gathering research needed for the project  Planning – creating a storyboard  Locate pictures, sound effects, music, and narrative (be careful to maintain of list of sources for the credits)  Producing  Creation of video  Editing of video  Testing to make sure it work on another computer  Finishing  Saving the project as well as finished product and delivering product to recipient.

5 Storyboard  Contains a rough sketch or outline of the project.  Timeline of the project.  Helps to keep the developer on track.  Should be complete and approved begin production begins.  May look like this:

6 Space Requirement on Computer  For every hour of captured 12-13 Gigabytes of disk space is needed.  For every minute captured.2 gigabytes of disk space is needed. (12/60 minutes)  After project has been rendered into a Movie. It will be compressed. When downloading a compressed movie the rule of thumb is: 1 Minute of Video = 2 MB (Another reason for keeping project to a minimal time constraint)

7 Audacity  Free, sound editing and recording program  Multi-tracked and will allow music and narration  May be imported into Movie Maker, Photo Story 3, and other video editing programs  Very User friendly  Versions for Windows, Mac, and Linux  Download the program from

8 Movie Maker  Movie Maker organizes your video, music, and pictures into collections.  Drag items in your collections to your storyboard to make a movie.  Allows more versatility with titles and credits.  Allows title overlays.

9 How Movie Maker Looks Video and photos Audio/music Title overlay TracksTracks Collection

10 Import media Imported media appear here

11 Timeline There are 2 views: timeline and storyboard Duration of time for each element

12 Storyboard Shows images and the transition applied between each. Also shows the video effects that have been added to the image/video.

13 Titles and Screen shots  Both Movie Maker and Photo Story 3 create titles with limitations.  Cool title may be brought in from PowerPoint by saving as a.jpg  Screen shots  Earth Earth ( screen shot or as save) or Sketch up

14 Title Slides  Select the entry on the movie tasks pane: Make Title or Credits  Next select the location for the tile  Create the title  Select done and add title to movie  Preview

15 Splitting and Deleting Clips To delete certain sections of the movie, move the blue “scrubber” line to the desired location. Hit “Ctrl L” or from the menu choose “Clip” then “Split” Your movie has now been segmented into different parts. Split the clip again at the desired location to give you multiple segments, then click on the segment you wish to take out and hit delete.

16 Muting Narration  If you are using a clip from Discovery Education and you want to have your own narration you need to mute the audio. To do this, highlight the clip. Click “Clip” “Audio” and then “Mute”. Repeat for each segment you want muted  The is also useful if there is sound on the recording produced using a video camera.

17 Adding Custom Narration  To narrate your timeline, click “Tools” then “Narrate Timeline”. When you are ready to begin click “Start Narration”. After you are finished save the narration

18 Using Motion  Motion should have a purpose  Pans, faces, eyes  PCs  Movie Maker options are limited  Demo Photo Story 3 (GREAT PROGRAM)  Motion should be different each time

19 Video Effects  Select View Video Effects  To the right, the various effect options can be viewed and previewed.  Make a selection.

20 Adding Credits  From the Titles and Credits selection  Give credit for all aspects of movie  Select the option to change color and font if desired  Select change title animation and select the animation style for credits.

21 Saving the Movie  You can play your movie back while editing pictures or video. View it in the window to the right. When you are finished click “Save to my computer”. Also, save your movie often!  Save Project as well as movie!

22 Resources  ( sound affects for free)    Free play music can not be put on the web   (not for students)  Better way to follow the law - Create the picture yourself

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