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Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
Using (And  Creating)  Mobile  Video
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Using (And Creating) Mobile Video

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  • 1. Using and Creating Mobile Video in the Classroom                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
  • 2. Introduction and Agenda
    • Uses of mini-movies
    • Benefits
    • Hardware alternatives
    • Sources for already-produced movies and media (photos, video, audio) you can use
    • Legal issues
    • Format and conversion issues
    • Making your own movies
    • Q&A
  • 3. How Can Mini-Movies Be Used?
    • For professional development
    • For communications
    • To differentiate instruction
      • Review, remediation, enrichment
    • For students who miss class
    • For assessment
    • As an option for student projects
  • 4. What Are the Benefits of Mini-Movies?
    • Engagement of multimedia format
    • Mobility
    • Manageable chunks of information
    • Time shifting
    • Ability to be watched multiple times
    • Support for special needs
      • Close captioning, multiple languages
    • Cross-platform use on multiple devices
  • 5. What Devices Can Be Used?
    • Desktop and laptop computers
      • Online, offline
    • Handheld computers
    • Mobile video players (including iPods)
    • Game machines
    • Cell phones
  • 6. Sample Mini-Movies
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  • 11. Where Can I Find Mini-Movies That Are Already Produced?
    • Shareable sources
      • Google Video
      • YouTube
      • TeacherTube
      • Blip.tv
    • Commercial sources
      • United Streaming
      • SAFARI
  • 12. What Legal Issues Do I Need to Think About?
    • Public domain, copyright, and “copyleft”
    • Creative Commons
    • Read the Terms of Service
    • If you have purchased a licensed collection, ask your rep for permission to download and/or remix
    • Always cite your sources
  • 13. How Can I Convert Streaming Movies for Offline Use?
    • Streaming vs. downloadable
    • Some sites have options for both streaming and downloadable versions
  • 14. What Do I Need to Know About Formats and Conversion?
    • There are a lot, and it’s confusing
    • Try to identify your primary playback device
    • Work out an optimal process early on
    • Watch for free conversion software that includes spyware
    • Some tools I use: Zamzar, Jodix, QuickTime Pro
  • 15. What Do You Need To Make a Mini-Movie?
    • Required:
      • Movie editing software
      • Content
        • Images, video clips, sound
    • Optional:
      • Audio editing software
      • Still or video camera
      • Screen capture software
      • Interactive whiteboard, tablet PC, or graphics tablet with annotation software
  • 16. Basic Movies
    • Free software:
      • Windows Movie Maker (Win)
      • iMovie (Mac)
    • More advanced software:
      • Adobe Premier
      • Final Cut Pro
      • AVID
  • 17. Windows Movie Maker
  • 18. Converting a PowerPoint Into a Video
    • Open PowerPoint and Save As JPEGs
    • Import into movie editing program
    • If you need video or animation, add separately
  • 19. Screencasts
    • Free software:
      • Camstudio (Windows)
    • More advanced software:
      • Camtasia Studio (Windows, Mac)
  • 20. CamStudio
  • 21. Talking Whiteboard Movies
    • Need hardware to capture writing
      • Interactive whiteboard with recording capability
      • Tablet PC
      • Graphics tablet (least expensive)
    • Need annotation software
  • 22. Movie Making Tips
    • Crop and size images first
    • Think about your final output size(s)
    • When recording audio, speak out and show your personality!
    • Don’t worry about being “perfect”
    • Record audio and video segments in small chunks
    • Record video first, speaking narration only to establish timing. Then record final audio separately.
  • 23. Movie Making Tips (cont.)
    • Use separate audio editing software, especially for critical segments
    • Edit ! Less is more, and too much music or silence can be boring.
    • Save frequently
    • Save all your source files and don’t change the name or location of files
    • Use a system for file naming and stay organized
  • 24. Where Can I Find Media Resources?
    • Wikimedia Commons – 1,639,813 media files (probably more by the time you see this)
    • Creative Commons
    • Government web sites
    • Open Photo Project, MorgueFile, and more for images
    • ccMixter, MusOpen, and more for music
    • See k12handhelds.com/mashups for sources
  • 25. Q&A
  • 26.
    • Karen Fasimpaur
    • K12 Handhelds
    • email: info@k12handhelds.com
    • web: www.k12handhelds.com
    • phone: 800-679-2226
    • Thank you!
    Graphics reprinted with permission from ClipArt.com

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