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Published on August 5, 2008

Author: jenhegna

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Creating Classroom Videos with Movie Maker By Jen Hegna

A Picture Worth a 1000 Words If a picture is worth a thousand words – just think how effectively you could communicate when you can include audio, motion, written words, and emotion as well! http://faculty.uml.edu/sgallagher/Depression.htm http://www.answers.com/topic/alfred-eisenstaedt

If a picture is worth a thousand words – just think how effectively you could communicate when you can include audio, motion, written words, and emotion as well!

Digital Story Telling - Skills/Benefits for Instruction, Learning, Students Active, participatory learners Alternative method of learning and/or assessment Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation of Information Assessment Authentic Tasks Collaborative Cognitive tasks Content achievement Craftsmanship of Communication by Students Beyond Existing Knowledge (Creator of knowledge) Information seeker Inquiry-based Instructional change Integrate technology, communication, collaboration, curriculum skills, into one project Peer Review Project-based Reflection Research Writing

Active, participatory learners

Alternative method of learning and/or assessment

Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation of Information

Assessment

Authentic Tasks

Collaborative

Cognitive tasks

Content achievement

Craftsmanship of Communication by Students Beyond Existing Knowledge (Creator of knowledge)

Information seeker

Inquiry-based

Instructional change

Integrate technology, communication, collaboration, curriculum skills, into one project

Peer Review

Project-based

Reflection

Research

Writing

Why Make Videos? Motivational Empowering Teaches Cooperative Learning Project Based Approach

Motivational

Empowering

Teaches Cooperative Learning

Project Based Approach

Basic Steps Write a short story or script Plan the project Collect (gather/create/edit) images/video Import images/video Align images/video with script Add music and/or voice over http://www.flickr.com/photos/eni/2068072269/

Write a short story or script

Plan the project

Collect (gather/create/edit) images/video

Import images/video

Align images/video with script

Add music and/or voice over

Movie Ideas My monster - Make a normal item scary with video and your imagination. Touring our school is a snap -Create a video that helps newcomers at your school become acclimated. Newscast - Create a newscast or special report to learn the who, what, where, when, and why of just about any subject.

My monster - Make a normal item scary with video and your imagination.

Touring our school is a snap -Create a video that helps newcomers at your school become acclimated.

Newscast - Create a newscast or special report to learn the who, what, where, when, and why of just about any subject.

Planning Choose a suitable location Good lighting and sound Cast your players Make sure people understand what is expected of them.

Choose a suitable location

Good lighting and sound

Cast your players

Make sure people understand what is expected of them.

 

Scripting http://www.flickr.com/photos/dee_gee/2599026376/

Video Shots Establishing or Long Shot ( LS ) -generally used to establish a scene's setting or atmosphere. Obviously then this shot could be employed for events 1, 2 and 9 in the example above. Mid -Shot. (MS) This shot usually extends (on a person) from the foot to the head. This could be an ideal shot for event 3 (above). Close-up (CU) traditionally extends from either the waist to the head (MCU) or the shoulder blade to the hair.(CU) A good candidate for the shot for events5 and 7 (above). Big Close Up (BCU) Always a very tight close-up, usually of the face or a section of the face only. Maximum expression possible. Normally a short shot. Ideal for event 6 (above). High Camera Angle (HCA) The camera is higher than eye level, looking down -this viewpoint can diminish a subject or give a panorama. Low Camera Angle (LCA) The camera is lower than eye level looking up. This can make a subject monumental, or the character feel small in a tall environment.

Establishing or Long Shot ( LS ) -generally used to establish a scene's setting or atmosphere. Obviously then this shot could be employed for events 1, 2 and 9 in the example above.

Mid -Shot. (MS) This shot usually extends (on a person) from the foot to the head. This could be an ideal shot for event 3 (above).

Close-up (CU) traditionally extends from either the waist to the head (MCU) or the shoulder blade to the hair.(CU) A good candidate for the shot for events5 and 7 (above).

Big Close Up (BCU) Always a very tight close-up, usually of the face or a section of the face only. Maximum expression possible. Normally a short shot. Ideal for event 6 (above).

High Camera Angle (HCA) The camera is higher than eye level, looking down -this viewpoint can diminish a subject or give a panorama.

Low Camera Angle (LCA) The camera is lower than eye level looking up. This can make a subject monumental, or the character feel small in a tall environment.

 

Creative Commons According to Wikipedia, the Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative work available for others legally to build upon and share. The organization has released several copyright licenses known as Creative Commons licenses . These licenses, depending on the one chosen, restrict only certain rights (or none) of the work.

According to Wikipedia, the Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative work available for others legally to build upon and share. The organization has released several copyright licenses known as Creative Commons licenses . These licenses, depending on the one chosen, restrict only certain rights (or none) of the work.

Creative Commons Licenses The following are the six current license choices available from our choose a license application, along with previous versions that have been phased out. They are shown by name along the license characteristics that accompany them.

Creative Commons - Video

Audio resources for your Video http://www.findsounds.com/ http://www.podsafeaudio.com/ http://www.opsound.org/ http://freesound.iua.upf.edu http://spinxpress.com/ http://www.jamendo.com http://magnatune.com/ http://www.incompetech.com/ http://ccmixter.org/ http:// freeplaymusic.com *

http://www.findsounds.com/

http://www.podsafeaudio.com/

http://www.opsound.org/

http://freesound.iua.upf.edu

http://spinxpress.com/

http://www.jamendo.com

http://magnatune.com/

http://www.incompetech.com/

http://ccmixter.org/

http:// freeplaymusic.com *

Image Resources Pics 4 Learning Classroom Clipart OpenFoto Library of Congress Fresher Image Free Foto Internet Movie Archive Youtophoto Flickr

Materials Props Story Board Camcorder, Tripod? Camera person, director, writer, Actor (s) Requirements Movie must only be 3-5 minutes long. Must include pictures, video, sound effects, and transitions Be back to do edits by ____________ Presentations will be @ 3:30 http://www.flickr.com/photos/fensterbme/1990023423/

Props

Story Board

Camcorder, Tripod?

Camera person, director, writer, Actor (s)

Requirements

Movie must only be 3-5 minutes long.

Must include pictures, video, sound effects, and transitions

Be back to do edits by ____________

Presentations will be @ 3:30

Overview Start>Programs>Accessories>Windows Movie Maker Title Bar Menu Bar Shortcut Toolbar Task pane Task Area Preview Area Storybook editing area Scroll bar 4 5 6 7 8

Start>Programs>Accessories>Windows Movie Maker

Title Bar

Menu Bar

Shortcut Toolbar

Task pane

Task Area

Preview Area

Storybook editing area

Scroll bar

Create a project in Windows Movie Maker To create a new project, select File >New Project Make sure that TASKS button is clicked so that you can use the task pane

To create a new project, select File >New Project

Make sure that TASKS button is clicked so that you can use the task pane

Capture Video Task Pane Click on arrow to view entire “Capture Video” choices in the task pane Once clicked, Movie Maker looks in specific places on your computer for the data Capture from video device Looks for camera attached Import Video Looks in My Video folder Import Pictures Looks in My Pictures folder Import audio or music Looks in My Music folder

Click on arrow to view entire “Capture Video” choices in the task pane

Once clicked, Movie Maker looks in specific places on your computer for the data

Capture from video device

Looks for camera attached

Import Video

Looks in My Video folder

Import Pictures

Looks in My Pictures folder

Import audio or music

Looks in My Music folder

File Types Supported Audio files : .aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, and .wma Picture files : .bmp, .dib, .emf, .gif, .jfif, .jpe, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff, and .wmf Video files : .asf, .avi, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, and .wmv

Audio files :

.aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, and .wma

Picture files :

.bmp, .dib, .emf, .gif, .jfif, .jpe, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff, and .wmf

Video files :

.asf, .avi, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, and .wmv

Import Video Clips or Images File>Import into Collection Browse to your video or image files and choose it, then click OK Hold CTRL key to select more than one image at a time (you can also use the task pane to do this)

File>Import into Collection

Browse to your video or image files and choose it, then click OK

Hold CTRL key to select more than one image at a time (you can also use the task pane to do this)

Save a Project in Windows Movie Maker File>Save as> Name your movie in the file name field When finished, press the Save button. Your project is now saved for later use. NOTE: Save your work as often as possible

File>Save as> Name your movie in the file name field

When finished, press the Save button. Your project is now saved for later use.

NOTE: Save your work as often as possible

Edit Movie Task Pane Show Collections View Video Effects View Video Transitions Make Titles or Credits Make an Auto Movie

Show Collections

View Video Effects

View Video Transitions

Make Titles or Credits

Make an Auto Movie

Basic edits available in Windows Movie Maker: Split the Video Clips Trim Frames from Video Clips and Time from Images Add Transitions Add Effects Add Music / Audio Alter or delete Sound from Clip Add Titles and Text

Split the Video Clips

Trim Frames from Video Clips and Time from Images

Add Transitions

Add Effects

Add Music / Audio

Alter or delete Sound from Clip

Add Titles and Text

Add Video Clips and Images to Storyboard Click on clip, hold mouse down and drag clip to empty box on storyboard If you need to change order, simply click on clip and drag it to new position in storyboard

Click on clip, hold mouse down and drag clip to empty box on storyboard

If you need to change order, simply click on clip and drag it to new position in storyboard

Splitting the video clips Drag your clip to the empty editing box on the bottom left hand corner of the screen Select the Show Timeline option and place the cursor (looks like a blue line) at the exact point where you wish to split the clip Go to Clip and then select Split Now you have two separate clips that you can manipulate and add transitions to

Drag your clip to the empty editing box on the bottom left hand corner of the screen

Select the Show Timeline option and place the cursor (looks like a blue line) at the exact point where you wish to split the clip

Go to Clip and then select Split

Now you have two separate clips that you can manipulate and add transitions to

Transitions happen between the clips or images Tools>Video Transition Drag the desired transition to the small box between the clips

Tools>Video Transition

Drag the desired transition to the small box between the clips

Effects change the way the image or clip appears Tools>Video Effects Drag the desired effect to the small box on the clips Can use more than one effect on same clip Easy way to correct sideways, overexposed and underexposed shots

Tools>Video Effects

Drag the desired effect to the small box on the clips

Can use more than one effect on same clip

Easy way to correct sideways, overexposed and underexposed shots

Add Titles and Text Tools> Titles and Credits Follow the instructions to add title, text overlay or credits You can change fonts, size, color, background color as well as the type of animation Can still add effects and transitions to it in the storyboard

Tools> Titles and Credits

Follow the instructions to add title, text overlay or credits

You can change fonts, size, color, background color as well as the type of animation

Can still add effects and transitions to it in the storyboard

Add Music File>Import into Collection Browse to your music file and choose it, then click OK Change Storyboard to Timeline View Drag music clip to Audio portion of timeline

File>Import into Collection

Browse to your music file and choose it, then click OK

Change Storyboard to Timeline View

Drag music clip to Audio portion of timeline

Fitting Music to Movie Scroll to find end of music clip Click on end of clip - a double headed arrow should appear Click and hold down your mouse button and drag end of music clip to desired spot Let go of mouse button

Scroll to find end of music clip

Click on end of clip - a double headed arrow should appear

Click and hold down your mouse button and drag end of music clip to desired spot

Let go of mouse button

Deleting Sound from Clip Change Storyboard to Timeline View Click on video clip, if it has a sound track a (+) plus sign will appear next to it Click on the (+) plus sign and the soundtrack will show Right-click on the soundtrack to see the menu and roll to delete

Change Storyboard to Timeline View

Click on video clip, if it has a sound track a (+) plus sign will appear next to it

Click on the (+) plus sign and the soundtrack will show

Right-click on the soundtrack to see the menu and roll to delete

Changing audio levels when there are multiple music/audio clips Click on sound clip that you want to change Click on Audio Levels button Move Slider to the right if you want to hear more music and to the left to hear more of the video clip soundtrack

Click on sound clip that you want to change

Click on Audio Levels button

Move Slider to the right if you want to hear more music and to the left to hear more of the video clip soundtrack

Export Your Video File>Save Movie File Click on the how you are going to show your movie Computer Recordable CD Web Email DV Camera Choose Computer to continue and click NEXT

File>Save Movie File

Click on the how you are going to show your movie

Computer

Recordable CD

Web

Email

DV Camera

Choose Computer to continue and click NEXT

Export Your Video Type a name and save under My Videos, then click NEXT WMM will begin saving your movie to a video file (be patient!) When it has finished saving, click NEXT to view the video

Type a name and save under My Videos, then click NEXT

WMM will begin saving your movie to a video file (be patient!)

When it has finished saving, click NEXT to view the video

Resources http://creativecommons.org/ http://www.digitales.us/ http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx http://www.adobe.com/education/digkids/lessons / http://imet.csus.edu/imet7/sugiyama/281/ao_group/index.stm

http://creativecommons.org/

http://www.digitales.us/

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx

http://www.adobe.com/education/digkids/lessons /

http://imet.csus.edu/imet7/sugiyama/281/ao_group/index.stm

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