Seminar One: Professor DavisOctober 2, 2012                                           Amanda Favia          ITF, Macaulay ...
 Audio & Visual Presentations   Images   Video   Music   “Podcasting”   Voice Over
 How to be “fair”   Using Music, Images, & Video   YouTube Copyright School   Copyright and Fair Use When you are “un...
 iPhoto:  Create and Share a Slideshow, Share your   Photos, etc. Image Sources:  Take your own photos!   ▪ Use Photo ...
 Image Sources:   Wikimedia Commons , Creative Commons,    Flickr Creative Commons, & Fotopedia.com   Advanced Search i...
 iMovie:   ▪ Edit images, sounds etc. to make a     movie Video Sources:  Make your own videos!   ▪ Use Photo Booth   ▪...
 Photo Booth:  Shoot original footage  “Original footage” > Export > Save in   Movies
 iMovie:  Create a new project:     New project > Name project > Select theme > create  Upload your footage:   File >...
 Download from YouTube*  Easy ways to download:  ▪ Firefox: Add-Ons: Easy YouTube Downloader  ▪ Google Chrome: Extension...
   Download Youtube in Safari (saves into    QuickTime)     Play YouTube Video: Command+Option+A         Activity Log  ...
 iTunes GarageBand  “Play” instruments, mix music, make   podcasts, voiceovers, etc.
 Music Sources  Make your own in GarageBand!  Use iLife Sound Effects  Use downloaded music*
 GarageBand:  New Project  Select ‘Podcast’  Enter a name & click ‘Create’.
   Main window:     5 Tracks: Podcast Track (where you may add      artwork), Male Voice, Female Voice, Jingles, and    ...
 Record your voice  Select the appropriate voice track (optimized   either for a male or female voice).  Click the red ...
 Voicethread: http://voicethread.com/  VoicethreadTutorials Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ iMovie (mix wit...
    How do I put all these forms of media    together?     PowerPoint, Keynote     Dipity     Voicethread     Prezi
 Dipity: http://www.dipity.com/  Timeline  Upload images and video  Upload Audio  Links, social media  Location and ...
   Voicethread: http://voicethread.com/     Slideshow     Upload Images & Video     Comments      ▪ Voice, Webcam Vide...
 Prezi: http://prezi.com/   ‘Zooming’ presentation   Non-linear; e.g., topic based logic   Text   Images & Video   A...
 Tip 1: Check out Prezi’s Tutorials:  http://prezi.com/learn Tip2: Double click anywhere to write Tip 3: Use the zebra ...
 Tip 4: Your “toolbox” is in the upper left    corner Tip 5: Use frames to group your ideas   Tip 6: Add images from th...
 In GarageBand,  Make a Podcast  Share Podcast with iTunes (Share>Send Podcast   to iTunes) (*NOTE* You could also reco...
 In iMovie:  New Project>Name & Choose Background>Create  Drag & Drop image(s) from iPhoto (from camera   icon on right...
 In Prezi   Insert "Image”   Select your iMovie file (usually found under   Media>Movies)
 Before you present: Edit! Edit! Edit! Practice! Equipment: Set up, working   & ready to go Emergency Backup: e.g., u...
 When presenting: Relax! Take your Time! Remember: the slides (media) are NOT your presentation – YOU are your present...
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  • at MIT tracks videos that have been removed from YouTube for alleged Copyright infringement; as long as we a re not posting these, and just for in class not much to worry about but its good to keep in mind; make a note about their posts on the class website and use of images
  • I tutorials: http://www.apple.com/ilife/video-showcase/
  • Photo booth example
  • * Remind of fair use; ask if they know of other ways to dl videos from youtube
  • You probably did this a little at tech fair? So note that you can use the audio you make in garageband for your imovie. Audacity
  • *remind them of fair use again!
  • To change the settings for your voice recording, go to the TRACK INFO pane and select PODCASTING. Select the setting that fits your recording session (e.g. ‘Female Radio Noisy’ if you’re recording in a noisy environment). 3. Select VOCALS to create more dramatic voice effects, such as ‘Helium Breath’. 4. To enhance your voice, select the triangle by ‘Details’ in the Track Info pane. Under SPEECH ENHANCER, click the pencil icon. Here you can select ‘microphone type’, ‘voice type’ or adjust for the current noise level.
  • Voicethred: afavia@gc.cuny.edu Audacity: More control than garageband
  • Skip powerpoint, keynote: try to think outside of that structure, be more creative, make different kinds of connections between ideas
  • Note: video must be flv.
  • Voice over images: tricky, I’ll post instructions. Aleays check out tutorials! [email_address]
  • Tip 1: Double click anywhere to write When you create a prezi, the canvas is your workspace. You can double-click anywhere on the canvas to add a text box to jot down your key ideas. As your ideas fill the canvas, you can drag it around to create more space. Tip 2: Once you have added your ideas to the canvas as text, you can zoom in to these ideas to develop them and add more text. You can use the zoom buttons on the right side of the screen or scroll your mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Tip 3: Now, you can arrange your ideas and create hierarchy through size. When you click on one of the text boxes, you'll see the striped transformation zebra, which lets you move (center of the zebra), size and scale (inner ring of the zebra), and rotate objects of any kind (outer ring of the zebra). Tip 4: When you're ready to add images, you can simply click Insert on the menu in the upper left, and click on the image you want to use. Once the image appears on the canvas, you can click on the image and use the zebra to move, size, or rotate it. Quick tip: before you get started, collect images you plan to use in your prezi and place them in a folder for easy access. Tip 5: After you've added and arranged your text and images, it's time to add the storyline or path. Use the zoom buttons or mouse wheel to zoom out, as seeing the "big picture" can help you determine the right path for the ideas in your prezi. Click on Path, and add your storyline by clicking on the parts in the order in which you want to show them. If you want to change the order of your path, you can Delete All and start again or drag the unassigned path ball (that appears between path numbers) to the object you want to show.
  • Tip 1: Double click anywhere to write When you create a prezi, the canvas is your workspace. You can double-click anywhere on the canvas to add a text box to jot down your key ideas. As your ideas fill the canvas, you can drag it around to create more space. Tip 2: Once you have added your ideas to the canvas as text, you can zoom in to these ideas to develop them and add more text. You can use the zoom buttons on the right side of the screen or scroll your mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Tip 3: Now, you can arrange your ideas and create hierarchy through size. When you click on one of the text boxes, you'll see the striped transformation zebra, which lets you move (center of the zebra), size and scale (inner ring of the zebra), and rotate objects of any kind (outer ring of the zebra). Tip 4: When you're ready to add images, you can simply click Insert on the menu in the upper left, and click on the image you want to use. Once the image appears on the canvas, you can click on the image and use the zebra to move, size, or rotate it. Quick tip: before you get started, collect images you plan to use in your prezi and place them in a folder for easy access. Tip 5: After you've added and arranged your text and images, it's time to add the storyline or path. Use the zoom buttons or mouse wheel to zoom out, as seeing the "big picture" can help you determine the right path for the ideas in your prezi. Click on Path, and add your storyline by clicking on the parts in the order in which you want to show them. If you want to change the order of your path, you can Delete All and start again or drag the unassigned path ball (that appears between path numbers) to the object you want to show.
  • Adding images with voice-over in Prezi is a little tricky. Prezi suggests changing file formats to insert sound into your presentation (see here). But here's one way that worked for me:
  • Know your material
  • Multi mediapresentation2012

    1. 1. Seminar One: Professor DavisOctober 2, 2012 Amanda Favia ITF, Macaulay Honors College at Baruch College amanda.favia@macaulay.cuny.edu
    2. 2.  Audio & Visual Presentations  Images  Video  Music  “Podcasting”  Voice Over
    3. 3.  How to be “fair”  Using Music, Images, & Video  YouTube Copyright School  Copyright and Fair Use When you are “unfair”  The YouTomb Project
    4. 4.  iPhoto:  Create and Share a Slideshow, Share your Photos, etc. Image Sources:  Take your own photos! ▪ Use Photo Booth ▪ Borrow a camera from MHC
    5. 5.  Image Sources:  Wikimedia Commons , Creative Commons, Flickr Creative Commons, & Fotopedia.com  Advanced Search in Google ▪ Usage Rights: “free to use share or modify” ▪ Then, “Save Image As” to Desktop, Drag & Drop into iPhoto Gallery
    6. 6.  iMovie: ▪ Edit images, sounds etc. to make a movie Video Sources:  Make your own videos! ▪ Use Photo Booth ▪ Borrow a camera from MHC
    7. 7.  Photo Booth:  Shoot original footage  “Original footage” > Export > Save in Movies
    8. 8.  iMovie:  Create a new project:  New project > Name project > Select theme > create  Upload your footage:  File > Import > Movies (or wherever you saved it)  Select your movie!
    9. 9.  Download from YouTube*  Easy ways to download: ▪ Firefox: Add-Ons: Easy YouTube Downloader ▪ Google Chrome: Extensions:YouTube Downloader  In YouTube Video: ▪ Click Download, Select Format, Save
    10. 10.  Download Youtube in Safari (saves into QuickTime)  Play YouTube Video: Command+Option+A  Activity Log  Find video name (largest file size)  Double click to download  Use Finder to locate file (usually named get_video or videoplayback.flv)  Edit file extension to an .flv & confirm
    11. 11.  iTunes GarageBand  “Play” instruments, mix music, make podcasts, voiceovers, etc.
    12. 12.  Music Sources  Make your own in GarageBand!  Use iLife Sound Effects  Use downloaded music*
    13. 13.  GarageBand:  New Project  Select ‘Podcast’  Enter a name & click ‘Create’.
    14. 14.  Main window:  5 Tracks: Podcast Track (where you may add artwork), Male Voice, Female Voice, Jingles, and Radio Sounds Media Browser (Right)  This is where you can select photos, movies, or audio to add to your podcast.
    15. 15.  Record your voice  Select the appropriate voice track (optimized either for a male or female voice).  Click the red RECORD button to record your voice.
    16. 16.  Voicethread: http://voicethread.com/  VoicethreadTutorials Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ iMovie (mix with iTunes, GarageBand etc.)
    17. 17.  How do I put all these forms of media together?  PowerPoint, Keynote  Dipity  Voicethread  Prezi
    18. 18.  Dipity: http://www.dipity.com/  Timeline  Upload images and video  Upload Audio  Links, social media  Location and timestamps Example: Steve Jobs
    19. 19.  Voicethread: http://voicethread.com/  Slideshow  Upload Images & Video  Comments ▪ Voice, Webcam Video, Voicemail, Written  Write/Draw on Images Example: Alternate Worlds
    20. 20.  Prezi: http://prezi.com/  ‘Zooming’ presentation  Non-linear; e.g., topic based logic  Text  Images & Video  Audio: Voice Over & Music on Images Example: Peter Singer Demo
    21. 21.  Tip 1: Check out Prezi’s Tutorials: http://prezi.com/learn Tip2: Double click anywhere to write Tip 3: Use the zebra for structure and size
    22. 22.  Tip 4: Your “toolbox” is in the upper left corner Tip 5: Use frames to group your ideas Tip 6: Add images from the Insert menu Tip 7: Create your storyline with paths
    23. 23.  In GarageBand,  Make a Podcast  Share Podcast with iTunes (Share>Send Podcast to iTunes) (*NOTE* You could also record voice-overs in iMovie, although youll have less control over your recording than in GargaeBand. In iMovie, simply click on microphone icon & record!)
    24. 24.  In iMovie:  New Project>Name & Choose Background>Create  Drag & Drop image(s) from iPhoto (from camera icon on right side of screen)  Drag & Drop Podcast from iTunes into background (from music icon on right side of screen)  Share iMove with media browser (Share>Media Browser)
    25. 25.  In Prezi  Insert "Image”  Select your iMovie file (usually found under Media>Movies)
    26. 26.  Before you present: Edit! Edit! Edit! Practice! Equipment: Set up, working & ready to go Emergency Backup: e.g., usb memory stick & email
    27. 27.  When presenting: Relax! Take your Time! Remember: the slides (media) are NOT your presentation – YOU are your presentation
    28. 28. Amanda Favia amanda.favia@macaulay.cuny.eduITF, Macaulay Honors College at Baruch College
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