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A tutorial on the basics of putting together your video for project COEXIST.

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  1. 1. Video Making Tutorial
  2. 2. What you Need  Camera Equipment  Computer  Windows Movie Maker These three things you can get from the class.
  3. 3. What You Need  Storyboard for Project COEXIST  Time  These depend on if you and your group have been working hard.
  4. 4. Storyboard
  5. 5. Step 1: Storyboard  Brainstorm how you are going to make your group research into a film.  Plan out your film using notes and quick drawings like a comic strip.
  6. 6. Gather Footage and Media
  7. 7. Step 2: Gather Footage and Media  Shoot video clips using a camera
  8. 8.  Record video clips using the webcam on your computer.
  9. 9.  Use the “Audacity” program to record narration for your movie
  10. 10.  Collect photos, slideshows, and music/ audio you may want to include
  11. 11. Upload the Footage
  12. 12. Step 3: Upload/download the Footage  Save powerpoints and slideshows.  Upload camera footage from the camera to the computer  Download pictures from the internet, upload images from cameras  Everything should go on one computer. (Directors!)
  13. 13. Organize
  14. 14. Step 4: Organize  Make a folder for your Project COEXIST movie named after your World Religion  Make folders in your folder for “photos” “video footage” “slideshows” and “audio”  Move all your material from the previous step into those folders.
  15. 15. Edit your Video
  16. 16. Step 5: Use Windows Live Movie Maker to Edit  Use the button labled “Add movies and photos.”  Click and drag on clips to put them in the right order.  Add music and narration using the add music button.  Use the preview window on the left to playback your video frequently.  Use your storyboard to help you put things in a logical order.
  17. 17. Save your Video Project
  18. 18. Step 6: Save Your Video Project  “Save As” and title your video.  Make sure you use the pull- down menu to save the video in your project folder from Step 4  Saving takes a LONG time for video! If you have 10 minutes of video, expect to use at least 20 minutes to save it the FIRST time.
  19. 19. Finishing Touches
  20. 20. Step 7: Finishing Touches  Add animations and effects using the tabs and buttons in Movie Maker.  Add music and narration.  Clean up your video by replaying it and fine- tuning.
  21. 21. Go Golden Hawks!