iMovie for Librarians      Katie Seeler
Why might librarians use iMovie?   • Advertise services (equipment loan     program)   • Virtual tour (student testimonial...
Doesn’t have to be an expensive production                 Study like a scholar, scholar                  Brigham Young Un...
Doesn’t have to be an expensive production                       Library Minute                  Arizona State University
So what do I need to make a movie/video?   •   Good lighting   •   Limited sound interference   •   High definition video ...
How do I use green screen in iMovie 11?  • http://screencast.com/t/MdB9KQrTT
Tips for making great videos!   • Avoid wearing green, brown, or khaki     clothing   • Have good lighting   • Try to keep...
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This is a presentation/tutorial created for LBSC702 (User Instruction) at UMD in November 2011.

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iMovie for Librarians

  1. 1. iMovie for Librarians Katie Seeler
  2. 2. Why might librarians use iMovie? • Advertise services (equipment loan program) • Virtual tour (student testimonials or student-librarian interactions) • Promote the library (this is who we are and how we can help you) • Introduce yourself (embed into LibGuide)
  3. 3. Doesn’t have to be an expensive production Study like a scholar, scholar Brigham Young University
  4. 4. Doesn’t have to be an expensive production Library Minute Arizona State University
  5. 5. So what do I need to make a movie/video? • Good lighting • Limited sound interference • High definition video camera • External microphone • Headphones • Green screen
  6. 6. How do I use green screen in iMovie 11? • http://screencast.com/t/MdB9KQrTT
  7. 7. Tips for making great videos! • Avoid wearing green, brown, or khaki clothing • Have good lighting • Try to keep at several feet between you and the background • Turn off all in-camera sharpening • Shoot in high resolution

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