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  • Add HORIZONTAL FILMING!!!!! Not vertical. Add TEXT FUNCTION. Add demonstration of how to get movies on and off iPads with MacBook? More about transitions and THEMES.

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  • 1. iMovie on the iPad Fran Feeley Inter-American Magnet School Illinois Computing Educators 2013 Conference Pheasant Run Resort Saint Charles IL March 1, 2013
  • 2. Why iMovie on Represents a valid format tothe iPad? demonstrate learning Engages students rigorously in reading, writing, speaking, and listening Empowers students with skills to express themselves in global online communities Unlimited possibilities!
  • 3. iMovie Application http://itunes.apple.com/usShootEditShare$4.99 in iTunesHalf price in Volume Purchasing Program
  • 4. iMovie BasicsVideo from Camera RollPhotos from Camera RollAudio  Theme Music  Sound Effects  iTunes musicVoiceoversFilming from iMovieProject SettingsTransitions
  • 5. iMovie BasicsNaming a project  Exit project  Double tap on default title  Enter new titleCurrent film length indicated below titleUse two fingers to adjust the scale of your view in edit more (for precision editing)
  • 6. iMovie Basics Rearranging sequence of images/videos Editing image duration Editing video clips Aligning voiceovers to images and/or video clips
  • 7. iMovie TipsLighting  Light on the subject, not behind it!Sound  Adjust sound levels of film clips, audio clips, and audio track.  Dead air at beginning and end.  Background noise.  Best to add audio track last.Presentation slides  Minimal text centered on slide.Filming people talking  FILM UP CLOSE for best visual and audio!
  • 8. iMovie – SharingOptions  Export to Camera Roll (and then import to iPhoto on Mac)  Upload to YouTube  Upload to Facebook  Upload to Vimeo  Upload to CNNiReport  Send to iTunesVarious privacy settings in Vimeo (private, password, public).Be sure to sign out of Vimeo after uploading videos.
  • 9. iMovie – Safety and Legal Issues ACCEPTABLE USE OF THE CPS  CHICAGO PUBLIC NETWORK AND COMPUTER RESOURCES SCHOOLS MEDIAhttp://policy.cps.k12.il.us/documents/604.1.pdf CONSENT FORM AND RELEASE STUDENT ACCEPTABLE USE OF English THE CPS NETWORKhttp://policy.cps.k12.il.us/documents/604 http://www.cps.edu/About_CPS/ .2.pdf Spanish http://www.cps.edu/About_CPS/De
  • 10. ResearchProjects1.Assignment withdefined requirements2.Clearly definedexpectations andassessment rubric3.Models of finishedproducts4.Recommendedresources5.Tools Inter-American Magnet School6.All student workposted online Mission and Vision Project Spring 2012
  • 11. iMovie Products  7th/8th grade School Mission/Vision Project https://vimeo.com/43496366  Playworks grant video https://vimeo.com/39480445  Playworks Junior Coaches https://vimeo.com/43142863  Fearsome Felines of Doom (Movie Trailer)  http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=dEeC2cARMkY
  • 12. Fran Feeley fafeeley@cps.edu http://iamslibrary.wikispaces.com/ Thank you!http://www.slideshare.net/fafeeley/imovie-ice-2013