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Here is a simple way to create podcasts with PowerPoint and Photo Story.

Here is a simple way to create podcasts with PowerPoint and Photo Story.

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    • The Easy way to create podcasts using PowerPoint and Photo Story Marty Daniel, Ed Tech Specialist Houston Independent School District 2010
    • Considerations •Copyright •Permissions and Privacy •Where to publish – locally or globally http://www.smartcopying.edu.au/ scw/go/pid/524
    • Requirements •Presentation software (PowerPoint) •A computer with Photo Story free download @ http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/ digitalphotography/PhotoStory/default.mspx •Headphones and mic or headset •Idea
    • Choose your topic and Create a Storyboard or script •Make a map of what you will say during the podcast. Use pictures or words as prompts. •Make a script with a note or icon of different images.
    • Storyboard sample Image Sound/Narration Notes 1 2 3
    • Create a Power Point Make one slide for each thing you want to talk about in your podcast. Follow your storymap. Make it simple. You can use this one as an example:
    • Save as JPG files
    • Notice where your folder of images is saved.
    • Save as PowerPoint •If you ever want to go back and change something, you will need the file saved as a PowerPoint file also.
    • Photo Story •Close PowerPoint. •Get your script or storyboard ready. •Get out microphone or headset. •Open Photo Story.
    • Start Photo Story •New story •Import pictures
    • Add images • Navigate to the PowerPoint images you saved. • Select all by clicking on an image then pressing ctrl+a on the keyboard. • Click OK
    • Arrange images 1.Save your project. 2.Arrange your images by dragging. 2 3.Click Next. 1 3
    • Add additional text • Add any additional text. • Click on each image. Add the text for that image. • Click Next.
    • Add narration! 1.Plug in your headset. 2.Click on the microphone button and test your mic by following directions on the screen.
    • Add narration! 1.Click record - start talking 2.Press the stop button when done 3.Preview 4.Undo 12 4 5.Repeat 6.Do this for each slide. 3 7.Next => 6
    • Background Music 1.Use create music. Play with the options until you are satisfied. 2.Set the volume low! 1 3.Preview 4.Next => 2 3 4
    • Save 1.First – Save as a project. 2.Next choose [Save for playback on a portable device]. If you need higher quality choose [Save your story for playback on a computer]. 3.Browse to where you want it saved. 4.Next => 2 3 1
    • The rest of the story… Photo Story will not save in a format that can be played on an iPod. So if you want to ever have it available as a podcast it must be converted to an mp4 file. Soooo…
    • Convert There are free programs that convert files and there are converters online. Use one of the online options to convert your wmv file to an mp4 file. http://media-convert.com/ or http://zamzar.com/ or http://online.movavi.com/ or http://www.mediaconverter.org/ If you have trouble converting directly from an wmv to an mp4, convert to an avi and then convert the avi to an mp4 file.
    • RSS - Podcasting If you want folks to be able to subscribe to your podcasts, upload to your mp4 to a PodBean account. http://www.podbean.com/ You can set up a free account.
    • Downloading Podcasts • http://mdaniel.podbean.com/ Click the video link and download. Open iTunes and import file into your library. Drag file within iTunes to your iPod
    • Selected Resources •Secondary Ed Tech Wiki •Podbean hosting •100 Free Podcasts from the Best Colleges •Education Podcasts on iTunes •iTunes University