Using Windows Movie Maker, <br />Elementary directions….Play at home. <br />
Open Blackboard<br />Go to Video folder, and download <br />Rain Video and<br /> Senior Moment video<br />onto your computer. These are Reasonably short video clips. <br />When we do our own with the Flip Video we will have more flexibility (and more fun).<br />Go to Program window and open <br />Windows Movie Maker<br />
Go to Import Video, and importAnd Senior Moment Rain<br />
Now lets add music<br />….Go back to storyboard view, and <br />click on “Import audio or music” <br /> Under “sample music” in my music folder, click on Bethoven’s 9th. <br />Then click import<br />
Open Flickr.com and log in…..Go to Upload your photos, choose photos, and choose our new video…<br />
Upload the video, wait, grab the HTML code, and add to a post I blogger….. <br />
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