Digital Storytelling With Movie MakerPresentation Transcript
PREVIEW SCREEN CONTENT PANE TASK/COLLECTIONS PANE PROJECT AREA
There are three basic steps to using Movie Maker
Capturing video or pictures
Capturing and Organizing Video, Audio, and Pictures
Before importing any media into Movie Maker, organize yourself by creating collections. Right click on COLLECTIONS and choose NEW COLLECTION. You can make as many collections as you need.
Click on Import Video Browse your computer for files that you need. Click IMPORT
Files will then import into MovieMaker
Click on Import pictures Browse your computer for files that you need
Click on Import audio Browse your computer for files that you need
Once video is imported, you may click and drag it to your movie project
Once the pictures have been imported, you may click and drag them to your movie project
To rearrange your images or videos, click and drag them to the desired location.
Timeline Storyboard or
To add music click on SHOW TIMELINE
Click and drag music to the audio section
To begin editing your movie click on SHOW STORYBOARD
The transition will show up between the two objects
You can add title slides at the beginning, slides with writing on it, titles after clips, and credits at the end.
Getting Fancy with Tami and Nancy
Zoom In/Out Feature
Transitioning between sounds
Volume control between sound and video
Muting a video
Project File vs. Movie File Project.MSWMM Movie.WMV This file is for unfinished projects that you can edit and rearrange. You need Movie Maker to view and work with your unfinished project. This is a finished movie that you can’t go back and edit. You can share your movie with others (in an email or on a disc). You don’t need Movie Maker to view this file.
Or you can…….
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