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  1. 1. Flip Video 101<br />
  2. 2. Flip agenda<br />Flip overview<br />Shooting tips<br />Editing<br />Exporting<br />Upload to web<br />Resources<br />Using Flip in the classroom<br />
  3. 3. Flip overview<br />Features<br />Lens and Microphone on front<br />
  4. 4. Flip Software - FlipShare<br />
  5. 5. Shooting tips<br />
  6. 6. Flip Video Spotlight - Shooting Tips<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rC-HdpXiLx0<br />
  7. 7. Shooting tips<br /><ul><li>Use a tripod
  8. 8. Natural movements, slow and steady avoid excessive panning and tilting
  9. 9. Avoid zooming
  10. 10. Stay close
  11. 11. Camera Distance and angle – medium close ups
  12. 12. Audio – must be close to subject
  13. 13. Framing
  14. 14. Frame subject with proper head room
  15. 15. Be aware of what’s in the background
  16. 16. Lighting
  17. 17. Shoot in good lighting conditions, lowlight makes for grainy video
  18. 18. Focus
  19. 19. Focal length - area of fixed focus
  20. 20. Depth of field - area of acceptable sharpness
  21. 21. Sharp focus - picture is in focus
  22. 22. Microphone
  23. 23. Be aware of noise in background or rooms with too much reverb
  24. 24. Bring extra batteries or back up Flip</li></li></ul><li>Composing a Single or “Talking Head” Shot<br /> When the subject is talking directly to camera in a news style delivery, it’s the practice (but not the rule) to frame them in the middle of the screen and not off center. There should be even space around the left and right sides of the subject. You should also leave a little “head room” on top so you don’t cut off the subjects head if they move. This helps balance your shot.<br />WRONG: too much negative space, Pan over, Tilt up<br />RIGHT: nice medium close up head/shoulders<br />Leave room at the lower third<br />of the frame to insert title<br />Nice close up, with good centering <br />and still room to insert title<br />
  25. 25. Composing a Single or “Talking Head” Shot<br />The subject can also be to one side of the frame to include or highlight background<br /> For interviews the subject is also set to one side of the frame with plenty of “nose room”<br />
  26. 26. Use a tripod<br />Flip desk tripod <br />42&quot; Lightweight tripod <br />
  27. 27. Hands on<br />Video recording<br />
  28. 28. Hands on<br />Editing<br />
  29. 29. Windows Movie Maker (Windows XP) 2<br />Editing software<br />
  30. 30. Hands on<br />Tips for Editing in Windows MovieMaker XP<br />Flip Ultra HD records in MPEG-4<br />MovieMaker in XP will not import MPEG-4<br />Options<br />Convert Video from MPEG-4 to WMV or AVI (Any Video Converter works well for this)<br />From FlipShare software select Share – Online – Others to save file as WMV<br />FlipShare software 4.5 vs 5.05<br />
  31. 31. Hands on<br />Plug Flip into USB port<br />FlipShare will open<br />Clips will populate into FlipShare (Camcorder)<br />Select clip(s), go to Share, Online, Other<br />Clip will save as WMV format<br />After clip is converted go to desktop folder (Items for uploading January 4, 2010) to retrieve clip<br />
  32. 32. Hands on<br />Create a folder for Flip projects<br />Place video clips (wmv) in folder<br />Open new project in Windows Movie Maker<br />Import video clip(s) into Movie Maker<br />Edit clips using Trim and Split Clip<br />Add video effects and transitions<br />Add title and other media (images, audio, etc)<br />Save project (saves in Windows Movie Maker)<br />Save movie to computer (saves as a completed video)<br />(Refer to Movie Maker Tutorials for assistance)<br />
  33. 33. Hands on<br />Export options<br /><ul><li>For Flash Video (.flv) to web
  34. 34. For Windows Media (.wmv) to web
  35. 35. DVD</li></li></ul><li>Save Movie Wizard for web<br />Select “My computer” <br />
  36. 36. Save Movie Wizard for web<br />Name movie file and select destination <br />
  37. 37. Save Movie Wizard for web<br />Select “Video for local playback (at 640x480 size)” <br />
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