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Demonstration Using TVnima for Creating Multimedia Presentations T Jones

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A Web-base 3D application …

A Web-base 3D application
Provides elements for creating 3D Avatars using personal headshots and voice
Import photos, images, videos, and audio
Customize camera angles, presenter’s gestures, and background

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  • TVnima is made with Virtools , a 3DVIA technology. Image Format: jpg, png (does not support gif) Video format: avi, mov, mpg (does not support swf)
  • TVnima Beta is provided for free by Dassault Systems' Interactive Strategy and Marketing team and powered by 3DVIA Virtools Technology. Registration Key – After you register, you get 10 invitations to invite friends
  • Project Screen – This is where you create a new project or work on an existing project Customization Screen – This is where you customize your avatar, presenter style, and stage setting Director Screen – This is where you build your presentation. It is divided into 5 parts
  • Customization Screen – This is where you customize your avatar, presenter style, and stage setting
  • Customization Screen – This is where you customize your avatar, presenter style, and stage setting
  • Director Screen – This is where you build your presentation. It is divided into 5 parts - Screen panel: all images and videos - voice panel: voice files - camera panel -gesture panel Media include: images, video, audio, camera angels and gestures
  • Director Screen – This is where you build your presentation. It is divided into 5 parts
  • Scenes: Requested educational scenes
  • SnagIT – exports to .avi Camtasia – Camstudio – exports to .avi, built-in .swf, .html, .mpeg4 codex, and skin Jing – FREE Fraps – exports to .avi
  • SnagIT – exports to .avi Camtasia – Camstudio – exports to .avi, built-in .swf, .html, .mpeg4 codex, and skin Jing – FREE Fraps – exports to .avi
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    • 1. Demonstration Using TVnima for Creating Multimedia Presentations October 23, 2009 Presenters: Towanda Jones Sharon Huston Instructional Support Specialists
    • 2. Presenters
      • Towanda Jones – Specializes in instructional development, Web 2.0 and multimedia technologies, Web development and podcasting.
      • Sharon Huston – Taught face-to-face and online Web design/multimedia classes such as video podcasting, Flash, and Second Life for a community college in the southwest.
    • 3. Agenda
      • What is TVnima?
      • Getting Started
      • Demo
      • Benefits and Limitations
      • Student Feedback
      • Resources and Q&A
    • 4. What is TVnima
      • A Web-base 3D application
      • Provides elements for creating 3D Avatars using personal headshots and voice
      • Import photos, images, videos, and audio
      • Customize camera angles, presenter’s gestures, and background
    • 5. Examples of TVnima Presentations
      • Principles and Strategies of Successful Learning http://polaris.umuc.edu/de/csi/tvnima/edcp100/edcp100habitsSnagIt.swf
      • Cool Hunting http://polaris.umuc.edu/de/csi/tvnima/coolhunting.swf
      • Hilltop Kite Festival http://polaris.umuc.edu/de/csi/tvnima/kitefestival.swf
    • 6. Getting Started
      • FREE service by Dassault Systemes
      • A leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle
      • Beta stage
      • System Requirements
        • Request a registration key
        • Supports all browsers
        • 3D-Life Player (plug-in)
        • Video capture software
    • 7. Process Overview
      • Create a PowerPoint and Export Slides
      • Create Narration
      • Start New TVnima Project
      • Upload Content
      • Customize Avatar and Stage Setting
      • Add Content, Gestures and Camera Angles
      • Capture TVnima Presentation
    • 8. TVnima Demo
      • http://www.tvnima.com
    • 9. Dashboard
      • My TVnima
        • My Shows
        • My Avatars
        • My Speeches
        • My Logos
        • My Profile
    • 10. TVnima Features
      • The tool is organized into three screens
        • Project Screen
        • Customization Screen
        • Director Screen
    • 11. Personal Photos
    • 12. Customization Screen
      • Avatar Styles
        • Head
        • Top
        • Bottom
        • Shoes
    • 13. Customization Screen
      • Customize avatar, style, stage setting, & background
    • 14. Director Screen
      • Add media, camera and gestures on the timeline
    • 15. Director Screen
      • The interface is divided into 5 sections
        • Top-Menu
        • Library
        • Time-Line
        • Animation Control
        • Real-Time 3D Preview
    • 16. Benefits
      • Offers faculty and students creative method for delivering content
      • Engages a variety of learning and teaching styles
      • Provides new ideas for using technology in an online environment
      • Offers new ways to make PPTs more interesting and dynamic
      • Virtual presentations add “human” elements and a personal touch
    • 17. Limitations
      • No export function (in development)
      • No internal recording feature
      • Limited scenes, presenter styles, body types, and gestures
      • Can only access content from hard drive
      • Steep learning curve due to video capturing software
    • 18. Student Feedback
    • 19. Student Feedback
    • 20. Student Feedback
    • 21. Student Feedback
    • 22. Student Feedback
      • “ . . . enjoyed the video format much more than the written version. The video version made me feel like I was actually in a class room, over the feeling of "teaching myself" from the written version.”
    • 23. Student Feedback
      • “ It did nothing more to help me understand the presentation than to read the slides for me.”
    • 24. Student Feedback
      • “ I’m a visual/tactile learner, so this form of learning is better for me, versus the standard reading and replying via conference.”
    • 25. Student Feedback
      • “ The material presented was not exciting but informative and found it easier to take in.”
    • 26. Student Feedback
      • “ . . . . I still need to have a copy of the presentation or at least take good notes”
    • 27. Resources
      • Tvnima.com
        • http://www.tvnima.com/tutorial
        • http://share.tvnima.com/tutorial.html
        • http://share.tvnima.com/documentation.html
      • Video Capturing Software
        • SnagIt
        • Camtasia
        • Camstudio (FREE)
        • Jing (FREE)
        • Fraps
    • 28. Resources
      • Articles
        • Presentation: Virtual Presentations Using TVnima
        • Why Use Multimedia in Your Online Classroom
    • 29.
      • Questions and Answers