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Photo Story 3 Tutorial


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A tutorial for Students and Teachers that want to use PhotoStory3 for Digital Story Telling.

A tutorial for Students and Teachers that want to use PhotoStory3 for Digital Story Telling.

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  • 1. PhotoStory 3 Tutorial Created 1/5/10
  • 2. When you open PhotoStory3 to can begin a new project, edit a project already started or just view creations. Click NEXT once you have made a selection from the above.
  • 3.
    • You may import pictures from My Pictures on your computer
    • Or create something in PowerPoint – save the slides as jpegs and then import those pictures.
    • Either way pictures will be imported through the Import Pictures Button .
  • 4.
    • Once your picture is imported. You can remove the black border.
    • Click on Remove black border to do this.
    • NOTE: you picture also appears in the film strip below.
  • 5. If you select to remove the border and it can be done, then you will be given a choice as seen below.
  • 6. You are then given a confirmation for your selection.
  • 7. Continue importing pictures till you have all the ones you want for your story.
  • 8. This picture can not have the border removed so it will have to be edited and cropped. Click the Edit Button
  • 9. Place a check in the Crop box and then use the dots to size the photo.
  • 10. When you get the picture cropped to your choice – click on Save.
  • 11. Then continue to add photos by importing. If you need to stop at any point and come back to the project. Click Save Project.
  • 12.
    • Drop and drag the pictures in the order you want them on the filmstrip bar.
    • The picture you move will be highlighted in blue.
    Click Next when you have them in the order you want.
  • 13.
    • Click on each picture to add text and change effects.
    • Click on the A button to select font color an style.
    • Use these sets of buttons for text justification and location on picture.
    • Type desired text in this box.
    • Use this tool to add any effects to the picture.
    • Do this with every picture and then click Next when finished.
  • 14. On this page you can record Narration.
    • Use this button to record.
    • Use this button to stop.
    • Use this button to delete
    • Type prompts in box to read for each picture.
    • Preview using this button
    • When finished click Next.
  • 15. Use this section to create music.
    • To import music from your computer select this button.
    • To create your own music select this button.
  • 16.
    • When creating music, students can select a genre, style, bands and moods. They can also select a tempo and intensity. They can then play it to listen to their selection and either keep it or change it. This is truly custom music.
  • 17. You are now finished and need to select what you want to do with your project.
  • 18.
    • I suggest you place a copy on your computer.
    • Browse to specify the location to save. It may be wise to create a PhotoStory Folder. These are usually very large files.
    • Click Next.
  • 19. Your saveing process will begin.
  • 20. When finished you will see the screen below. You will be able to view your story or create another. Click Exit to close.
  • 21. Download PhotoStory 3 at: