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  • 1. DE streaming 24/7 Discovery Education
  • 2. Quick Event
    • Preferences
    • General
      • Update your login, contact info, media settings
  • 3. Quick Event
    • Preferences
    • My Home Page
      • Customize your unitedstreaming page with content relevant to you
  • 4. Quick Event Standard Custom
  • 5.
    • Mega VCR
    • Media on your Video iPod
      • Videos
      • PowerPoints
      • Music
      • Photos
      • Animations
    Or, get a MegaVCR http://discoveryeducation.typepad.com/media_matters
  • 6.
    • Mega VCR
    • unitedstreaming Videos
      • Download a video or segment
      • Make sure that you have QuickTime selected in your media settings
  • 7.
    • Mega VCR
    • unitedstreaming Videos
      • Open iTunes and import your video (File > Import > Find your video)
      • Right click on the video and select “Convert Selection for iPod”
      • Copy the video to your iPod
  • 8.
    • Calendar
    • Teacher Center > Calendar
  • 9.
    • Calendar
    • Birthday PowerPoint
      • Introduce yourself
      • One thing you did this summer
      • One thing you’ll accomplish that will make you famous enough to have your own video in unitedstreaming
  • 10.
    • Concept Mapping
    • Inspiration
      • unitedstreaming images, audio and video
    Hyperlinking Highlight text > Tools > Hyperlink > Select the file Embedding (Inspiration 8) Tools > Insert Video or Sound > Select the file
  • 11.
    • Concept Mapping
    • Gliffy
      • http://www.gliffy.com/
    • Bubbl
      • http://bubbl.us/
    • Mindmeister
      • http://mindmeister.com/
    • Mindomo
      • http://mindomo.com/
  • 12.  
  • 13.  
  • 14.
    • Concept Mapping
    • Mindomo
      • unitedstreaming images via url
    unitedstreaming Images Search > Select a size to preview > Copy the URL
  • 15.
    • Video in PowerPoint
    • Hyperlinking
    • Embedding
    • And really embedding
  • 16.
    • Video in PowerPoint
    • Hyperlinking
      • Save video or video segment to your computer
      • In PowerPoint, type text and highlight a word or phrase (e.g., “here”)
      • Insert > Hyperlink > Locate your video and click OK
    When viewing the slide show, you can click on “here” and it will launch the video in your media player.
  • 17.
    • Video in PowerPoint
    • Embedding
      • Save video or video segment to your computer
      • Insert > Movies and Sounds > Movie from File > Locate your video and click OK
      • Do you want to play it automatically or when clicked? Totally up to you
    When viewing the slide show, you can click on the image and the video will start playing in the PPT itself. Click again to pause.
  • 18.
    • Video in PowerPoint
    • Really Embedding
      • Save video or video segment to your computer
      • View > Toolbars > Control Toolbox
      • Click on More Controls (hammer and wrench icon)
      • Scroll down to Windows Media Player
      • Draw a box that will become the image below
  • 19.
    • Video in PowerPoint
    • Really Embedding
      • Right click on the media player > Select properties
      • Click on the empty cell next to “Custom”
  • 20.
    • Video in PowerPoint
    • Really Embedding
      • Browse for your video > Click OK
      • In slideshow mode, you will be able to play the video embedded WITH controls like rewind, fast forward, sound, etc.
  • 21.
    • Closed Captioning Trick
    • Font Size
      • Locate a video or segment that has CC
      • Download the video to a folder
      • Save the CC file in the same folder
  • 22.
    • Closed Captioning Trick
    • Font Size
      • Open the CC file in a text editing program like Wordpad or Notepad
      • Locate the line of code that indicates “font size”
      • Increase the font size from 10 to 30 (or whatever you prefer)
      • Save the CC file
  • 23. 10 pt 30 pt
  • 24.  
  • 25.
    • The Builders
    • Writing Prompt and Quiz within an Assignment
      • Teacher Center > Classroom Tools
      • Access to content anytime, anywhere
  • 26. www.unitedstreaming.com/studentcenter TD7D8-EBB7
  • 27.
    • Green Screen
    • unitedstreaming editable videos
      • Download a unitedstreaming segment (or still image)
      • Record your actors in front of a green or blue screen
        • For this example we used a $7 piece of fabric from JoAnn’s
  • 28.
    • Green Screen
    • unitedstreaming editable videos
      • Open Adobe Premiere Elements
      • Add Media (images, video, audio, etc.)
        • Clip of me in front of blue screen
        • unitedstreaming segment
  • 29.
    • Green Screen
    • unitedstreaming editable videos
      • Drag your videos onto the timeline
      • unitedstreaming video on Video 1 layer (audio will follow on Audio 1 layer)
      • Video of your actors on Video 2 layer
  • 30.
    • Green Screen
    • unitedstreaming editable videos
      • Now, you’ll see your clip (Video 2 layer) on top of the unitedstreaming video (Video 1 layer)
      • Resize and position your clip just like you do in any software program
        • You will also want to crop the image so you just see your actor in front of the blue or green screen
  • 31.
    • Green Screen
    • unitedstreaming editable videos
      • Take the blue (or green or whatever color) out of the background
      • Effects and Transitions
        • Video Effects > Keying > Chroma Key
      • Literally drag the chroma key icon (duck) on top of your clip on the timeline
  • 32.
    • Green Screen
    • unitedstreaming editable videos
      • In the Properties window select Chroma Key
      • Click on the eyedropper tool
      • Drag the eyedropper onto your video clip where you see the blue (or green) and click
      • You are selecting the color you want to eliminate from your project
  • 33.
    • Green Screen
    • unitedstreaming editable videos
      • Adjust the similarity, blend and threshold to take the blue out of the background
      • You’ll see your actor in the unitedstreaming video
      • Save and then export to DVD, mpeg, quicktime, windows media, etc.
  • 34.
    • Green Screen
    • Adobe Premiere Elements
    • Visual Communicator (which Adobe now owns I believe)
    • iMovie with a special $30 plug-in
    • Nome Green Screen Storytelling Project
        • http://www.jasonohler.com/resources/NomeDST.cfm