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  • 1. VidCasting – Day 1 April 1 st , 8 th , 15 th , 22 nd 5-8PM Patterson Elementary School Drinks and food, at front table or on floor.
  • 2. Today’s Agenda
    • Intro Class and Outcomes – 10min
    • PhotoStory 3 – approx 2 hours
    • Audacity (Audio Recording) – 30min
    • Breaks (as needed)
      • Restrooms are down in office area
      • Candy and Soda machines back in teachers lounge.
      • Drinks and food, under seats or up front
        • NOT Next to computer
  • 3. About Me – Jeremy Douwstra
    • Teaching for 13+ years
      • 4 th Grade and Technology Specialist
    • Left teaching for 2 years to be a trainer (TargetTeach Software 1999-2001)
    • Media/Tech Specialist
      • mostly tech (Humphrey, and Now Patterson)
    • In CUSD for 5 years
      • Previously in Scottsdale and Kyrene
    • Patterson & Humphrey News Club
      • 5 years (first 3 live TV news)
    • Pod/VidCasting for 2 years
  • 4. Course Outcomes
    • Create at least 3 short videos, at least one in each program. Then Produce one final video of all of them put together.
    • Publish your video either to a website (TeacherTube or school website) or produce a video file that can be uploaded to school’s server.
  • 5. Video Files and Types
    • WMV – Windows Media Video – Microsoft standard (we’ll use this one)
    • MOV – Apple Quicktime Movies – Popular Apple format (must have Quicktime)
    • MPEG – Older format started in 1988, but still used.
    • MP4 – Newer file format used for iPods and portable media players (usually need Quicktime)
    • AVI – 1992 video format created by Microsoft (older so, very bulky)
    • FLV – Adobe Flash Video – Main format used by Youtube and other video sites.
  • 6. Copyright and Creative Commons
    • Copyright ©
    • Copyright already guaranteed
      • CUSD IRC Information
      • Other Copyright info
    • Creative Commons
    • Legally sharing media
      • Attribution (give credit)
      • Share Alike (share as is)
      • Noncommercial (can’t make money)
      • No Derivative Works (no derivatives)
    • http://creativecommons.org/about/what-is-cc
  • 7. Windows PhotoStory 3
  • 8. PhotoStory 3 – Photo Slide Shows
    • District Approved
    • Free Download if have WinXP
    • Uses:
      • Create slideshow type videos
      • Only uses still photos
      • Can add photo effects, transitions, and of course audio and music
      • Various output types, but mainly WMV file type.
    • Link:
      • Microsoft
  • 9. Windows PhotoStory 3
    • Importing and Arranging Photos (Pick a topic)
      • Where to get pictures from?
      • Flickr.com
      • Photobucket
    • Editing Pictures
    • Color Correcting
    • Rotating and Cropping
    • Removing Black Borders
    • Adding Title
  • 10. Windows PhotoStory 3
    • Narration
    • Customizing Motion
    • Transitions
    • Add Music
    • Preview Story
    • Saving Story (Save working file)
    • Create movie!
    • Links:
      • http://windowsphotostory.com/
  • 11. Windows PhotoStory 3
  • 12. Audacity
  • 13. Audacity – Audio Recording & Editing
    • District Approved
    • Free Download:
      • http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
    • Uses:
      • Create audio podcasts
      • Record and Edit Audio
      • Add additional audio to podcast
      • Records MP3s
    • Video tutorials:
    • http:// www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey =0176ef0d24ef6d2dcde3
    • http://www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=b2e6bf071729a4fa68df
  • 14. Audacity
  • 15. Next time
    • Bring Photos or Videos you would like to edit or put together into a short video.
    • Bring a USB Flash Memory Drive
    • Get a IDEAL log in.