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  • Reporters: Precious Alyana M. Apalisok Daniel M. Cuyno Jr.
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  • Video Production with Windows Movie Maker Credits to: Joanne Steckling joanne@jsteckling.com Powerpoint courtesy of Scott Bell, Chaminade College Prep, St. Louis, Mo. Reporters: Precious Alyana M. Apalisok Daniel M. Cuyno Jr. BEED-SPED 2X1
  • Meet Movie Maker: Windows XP: find it in C:Program Files:Movie Maker. Make shortcut for desktop. Using the program  Working with the pictures and video  Video effects  Transitions  Titles and credits  Audio  Saving the movie
  • The 4 panes of WMM
  • Using the task pane 3 Tasks: 1.Capture/Import 2.Edit 3.Finish
  • The timeline/storyboard  5 Tracks  Video  Transition  Audio  Audio/music  Title  When we edit our movie, different parts will go in these tracks
  • Import media into Movie maker  Capture video clips or pictures from digital camera,  Import from files saved on your computer.  Click on import video/pics
  • Move video/Pictures to the timeline  Each item will appear in the collections pane  Drag each item to the story board and drop them in the order you wish them to appear.
  • Picture time  Change the length of time that the picture shown in the movie  Drag the “end trim handle” (shown below) to change amount of time video is running. .  If using video you can crop the length of the video using the same process.
  • Preview your movie  Through clicking the play button at the bottom of the preview screen (or at the top left of the storyboard), you can preview the movie.  You can also click on the full screen button to see it big Note: when you preview a movie it may be choppy. Timeline marker Full screen
  • Video Effects  You can employ different effects that will jazz up the video.  In the task pane, under step 2, click on “view video effects”  The collection of effects will appear in the collections area
  • Drag the effects down  Once you have found the effect that is perfect… click and drag it down to the clip in the storyboard  You can use multiple effects on an item
  • Video effects  When a star appears it represent an effect is on the picture.  2 overlapping stars on a picture mean 2 effects.  You can preview the effect on your pictures/video Full screen
  • Transitions  You can employ different transitions to jazz up the video  In the task pane, under step 2, click on “view video transitions”  The collection of transitions will appear in the collections area
  • Drag the transitions down  Once you have found the transition that is perfect… click and drag it between the clips in the storyboard.  A blue line will appear to show where the trans will go
  • Transitions  Notice that 2 clips will slightly overlap.  Beneath the clips, the name of the trans will appear.  Unlike effects, only one transition can be used at a time.  Clicking on the picture and sliding it forward or back will increase or decrease the transition’s speed.
  • Titles / Credits  In the task pane, under step 2 click on “Make titles…”  This will appear and you can choose where you want to put the title/credits
  • Titles  Type whatever you want in the text box  Below, you can change the animation or the font and color  Once complete, click on Done.
  • Audio  Add music (mp3, wav, wma) to your movie  In the task pane, click on “import audio…”  Choose the file(s) you want to use and click “import”
  • Drag audio down…  In the collections pane, click on the audio file and drag it into the Audio/Music track.
  • Adjust the audio  To adjust the volume, push the Control key and U  Or you can right-click on the track and get this menu which shows volume, fade in and out.  For video clips, you can mute the recorded sound in the same way
  • Trim the audio  Be sure to make the music the same length as the video.  Click on the end of the track and drag it left or right to trim the length.  You can add more audio tracks before or after this track
  • Finish the movie  Go to File-Save to save your project as a Movie Maker File. This will enable you to go back and make changes, if necessary.  Go to Step 3: Finish Movie. In the Save Movie Wizard box, enter and name and choose where to save.
  • Saving options  When you save, you have many options based on the quality that you want  Leave it as “recommended” or click on “show more choices”
  • Saving  The amount of time that it takes to save depends upon how long it is and the quality options you chose.  The next screen will tell you it is finished and will ask if you want to see your work.
  • Watching the video  The video is now set to play back in Window media player  If you go to the folder you saved it in and double click it will open and play for you  Then you can burn the file to cd or flash drive to take with you
  • Thank you for listening! The End.