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  • Windows Movie Maker
    Web 2.0 Technology
    Presented by
    Madelon Reed Gruich
    IT780 Seminar in Instructional Technology
    The University of Southern Mississippi
    April 26, 2010
  • Creating a Movie in Movie Maker is as Easy as 1-2-3
    Design and Develop Content, saving files in the designated “Movie” folder
    Import pictures, background music, etc. into Movie Maker
    Create and arrange your “story” on the Storyboad; play the movie.
  • Windows Movie Maker Brief History
    • Video creating/editing software
    • Included in Microsoft Windows
    • First version débuted in 2000
    • Packaged with some Windows versions
    • Free downloads with others
  • Windows Movie Maker Layout
    • Consists of storyboard view and a timeline view
    • Imported content is organized in Collections
    • Storyboard view – project appears as film strip showing scene in clips
    • Storyboard/timeline – includes Video bar, Music/Audio bar, Titles/Credits bar
  • Video effects and transitions
    • How pictures are displayed
    • How one picture evolves into the next (ex. fade in; fade out)
    Titles and credits
    • At beginning and end of movie
    Title animation
    • Options available to create animation for special effects
    Formatting options
    • Text font, size, color, & background
    Background music
    • Import & drop to Storyboard
    • Audio/Music track
    Narration of movie
    • May be added
    Features of Movie Maker
  • Windows Movie Maker Applications
    • Personal use – share movies with family and friends
    • Business/Industry use – create presentations for many career-related topics
    • Educational use – by instructors and students to deliver content or create assignments
  • Windows Movie Maker Things to Remember
    • Simple to use
    • Yields professional results
    • Supports a number of file formats
    • Creates movies by importing existing audio, video, or still pictures
    • Share by attaching to emails
    • Upload to the Web through SlideShare
  • Create a Movie!
  • Open Movie Maker
    Collections
    Tasks
    Preview
    Storyboard
  • Import Pictures
    Select “Pictures”
    1
    Locate folder with pictures
    2
    3
    Select pictures for movie
    Click Import
    4
  • Import Sound
    Select “Audio or Music”
    1
    Locate folder with sound file
    2
    3
    Select and Import
    4
  • Drag Pictures to Storyboard
    Click pictures in Collection pane and drag to Storyboard below
  • Add Sound to Timeline
    Drag sound file to Audio/Music track on Timeline and adjust by clicking on right of track
  • Create Effects and Transitions
    1
    Click, select, and drag to the star in each picture on the Storyboard.
    Click, select, and drag between pictures on Storyboard.
    2
  • Create Title Slide
    2
    1
    3
  • Create Credits Slide
  • The Finished Project
    Storyboard is complete with pictures, sounds, title and credits.
  • Preview & Save
    1
    Preview, then go to the File menu to save the movie as a project for editing.
    Publish the movie as a .wmv file for viewing.
    2
  • Enjoy the Movie!
  • References
    • http://www.underwaterphotography.com/Video-Editing/Windows-Movie-Maker/Software/gettingstarted.asp
    • http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Movie_Maker