What have you learnt technologies from the process

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What have you learnt technologies from the process

  1. 1. What have you learnt technologies from the process of constructing this product? Charlie Pryke
  2. 2. SlideShare SlideShare is a Web 2.0 based slide hosting service. Users can upload files privately or publicly in the following file formats: PowerPoint PDF Keynote OpenDocument presentations. Slide decks can then be viewed on the site itself, on hand held devices or embedded on other sites. It was launched on October 4, 2006, the website is considered to be similar to YouTube, but for slideshows. I have now learnt a new method of making a slideshow more diverse. It is a simple step to step guided site, I have used it for my research and planning because it is a more specialized and creative way.
  3. 3. AfterEffects Adobe After Effects is a digital motion graphics, visual effects and compositing software package published by Adobe Systems. I have used this for our Title, ‘TRES ANTE MERIDIEM’. It is more animation and computer skill based. It is an editing software that people use to edit movies and place imaginative props, settings etc. into their films. This is the title of the film, it starts very ‘’fussed’’ then goes to a clear title reading ‘TRES ANTE MERIDIEM’
  4. 4. Prezi “Prezi is helping reinvent the art of presentation”. Prezi software company, producing a cloudbased presentation software and storytelling tool for presenting ideas on a virtual canvas. I have used this to show the whole plot plan for my film, I think it is a easy software to use, with steps and a simple but creative way of telling someone what your doing.
  5. 5. Edublogs • • • • • • • • • • What can you do? Share materials, news, downloads, links and more Facilitate online discussions and collaboration Create a class publication you and students can easily edit Replace your newsletter and stay in touch w/ parents Blogging, sharing work and thoughts Share lesson plans Integrate videos, podcasts and other media Create blogs for events Getting feedback and gathering information Creating functional websites Edublogs is used for educational purposes, it is at a higher thinking order context. I have learnt to embed pictures, videos and links onto it, I can also categorise blogs.
  6. 6. Recording camera and tripod A camcorder is an electronic device combining a video camera and a video recorder. We have used this to film our opening, we used it in our preliminary project in the past so we had a partial understanding but we had learnt to use the tripod at different angles and how to work with them together by attaching the camera on to the tripod with a bolt.
  7. 7. iMovie When using iMovie I moved my clips and had to do a lot of cutting. Then match shots up after they had been cut. Effects on iMovie I used transitions in-between each shot, to give it a better effect. Cross dissolve, Cross blur and fade to black . This gives more of an affective opening to the next clip. Also I used an audio effect, Large room, which gave the scene a “past effect”
  8. 8. iMovie iMovie is an editing software used on Macs. We used this to edit the opening of our movie, I tested out what different buttons meant 01. Project Library (Click) - where all movie projects on computer are displayed 02. iMovie Project - shows current position in clip and is used for editing 03. Monitor Window - views clips or your final iMovie project 04. Play Project - can play selected movie project either in viewer or full screen 05. New Project (Click) - allows you to start a new movie project 06. Frame Adjustment - allows you to see thumbnails of clips by amount of frames per thumbnail within (the same feature is available in the Source Video window) 07. Import - where you import footage from your webcam or video camera 08. Flip Switch - swaps the Source Video and the iMovie Project from top to bottom 09. Adjusts size of thumbnails used in iMovie 10. Event Library - where all the events (groups of clips) on computer are displayed 11. Add selection - allows you to add clips to your project 12. Favorites Tab - allows you to select favorite clips, or parts of clips, or just remove clips all together. 13. Options Tab - this is where you can work on voice overs, cropping images, to adjust audio, or adjust video 14. Turns on/off Audio Skimmer 15. Edit browsers - different editing browsers such as adding music, photos, text, transitions, and animations 16. Source Video - shows all events from a particular source that can be used for editing
  9. 9. iTunes I had to download legal music, from www.freemusicarchive.com and then import it onto iTunes which I then put into iMovie I had to put iTunes into iMovie by Clicking the Show Music and Sound Effects button in the Browser toolbar to display the contents of your iTunes Library. Click the desired playlist in the scrolling list box. You can add a track to your movie by dragging the song entry from the Music and Sound Effects list to the desired spot in the Project pane.

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