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Using windows movie maker

Using windows movie maker



this is a test to update and convert ppt slides to pgworks

this is a test to update and convert ppt slides to pgworks



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    • Using Windows Movie Maker,
      Elementary directions….Play at home.
    • Open Blackboard
      Go to Video folder, and download
      Rain Video and
      Senior Moment video
      onto your computer. These are Reasonably short video clips.
      When we do our own with the Flip Video we will have more flexibility (and more fun).
      Go to Program window and open
      Windows Movie Maker
    • Go to Import Video, and importAnd Senior Moment Rain
    • Let your story board look like this.
    • Play the storyboard
    • Show the timeline
    • Make a Narration: do this at home or on Thursday…
    • Here’s the narration page….
    • See thenarration box on the timeline
    • Now lets add music
      ….Go back to storyboard view, and
      click on “Import audio or music”
      Under “sample music” in my music folder, click on Bethoven’s 9th.
      Then click import
    • See the clip? Change to “timeline view”
    • Change to “timeline view” and drag and drop trhe clip into the timeline . Play
    • Move the clips and experiment.
    • Add titles and Perhaps a transition, by clicking on TASKS on the top menu bar….
    • Go to Finish Movie
      Click save to my computer
      Click Next
      Click Other Settings
      Click Video for LAN or lesser quality
    • Here they are…
    • Open Flickr.com and log in…..Go to Upload your photos, choose photos, and choose our new video…
    • Upload the video, wait, grab the HTML code, and add to a post I blogger…..
    • ChonaCamomot
      ChonaCamomot is an Emmy-award winning on-air reporter and multimedia producer for the Boston Globe. A native of Louisville, Ky., Camomot graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington in 2004 with a B.A. in Journalism with. In 2007, she received a Master's of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Emerson College and began fervently searching for on-air television reporter positions. In the interim, she freelanced with the Boston Globe -- or, as she describes it, "taking a chance on the Internet." The experience ultimately led to a full-time position as a multimedia producer with boston.com, the Globe's Web-based content component, where Camomot was responsible for shooting and editing her own video content and producing video for reporters and photographers.
      In May 2009, she won two Emmy nods for vastly different videos she co-produced: a sports piece on a tradition at Celtics games and a feature on yo-yo expert Guy Wright. Camomot was intricately involved with the Globe's series on the late Senator Ted Kennedy, as well as breaking news coverage of his death and Boston funeral.
      In 2010, Camomot was promoted to the position of anchor for the newspaper's new Globecast project. In addition to appearing as an on-air personality, Camomot will also be responsible for writing scripts and producing the newscast four times per week.