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  • Note: Reserve all digital video cameras ahead of time and make an appt. with Bill to come to class to help with training


  • 1. Intro to movie making and uploading October 16, 2007
  • 2. Today’s Goals
    • Using video cameras (2:00-2:30)
    • Editing and uploading a clip with Movie Maker (2:30 – 3:15)
  • 3. HW for today
    • Watch YouTube video on Movie Maker
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3WdQmwHnLk
  • 4. Homework for next time
    • Practice with video cameras
    • Read photocopy of Dodd chapter (pp. 155-170)
    • Read SA pp. 91-112
  • 5. Intro to Digital Video Cameras
  • 6. Digital Video
    • Digital video is a type of video recording system that works by using a digital , rather than analog , representation of the video signal.
    • --From wikipedia.org
  • 7. Intro to Digital Video
    • With a digital video camera you use a cable - usually Firewire - and move the video directly to the computer using video editing software like iMovie or FinalCut Pro for the Mac, or Premiere or Movie Maker for the Windows PC.
  • 8. Camera – Hands on
    • Getting Acquainted with the camera (handout) or research on your own (next slide) if not enough cameras to go around. Work in groups of 2 to 3 people.
        • Locate key features
        • Insert cassette tape
        • Record
        • View
  • 9. Importing video
    • Go to: http://fllc.cas.sc.edu/TIFLE2007/?page_id=12
    • Under March 22, do a right click on “Sample video to edit” and do a “save target as”. Download to desktop.
    • Open Windows Movie Maker
    • Go to “File” and then “Import into collections” and find the file “movie” on the desktop
    • It will now import into movie maker for you to practice.
  • 10. Bill’s crash course on movie making
    • I invite Bill to come and show students how to get the cameras to download, what resources to use in the lab to do this, and how to do some basic functions when editing:
    • Import
    • Cut
    • Titles
    • Transitions/effects
    • Etc.
  • 11. Additional Resources
    • With a partner, go through the following exercise:
    • http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/getstarted/introduction.mspx
    • Also:
    • http://www.shortcourses.com/video/chapter03.htm
  • 12. Uploading your video
    • Use YouTube to upload your videos for sharing with the class.
    • http://youtube.com/
    • Click on sign up to create an account
    • Once you are a member, click on “upload video” to upload your project - follow prompts (videos limited to 10 mn and 100 mb)
    • Copy the code for blog to paste into your blog
  • 13. Your end of semester project
    • I can’t remember exactly what we wanted them to do???