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  1. 1. Sultan Qaboos University College of Education Technology department Distance Educa on (Tech 4010) (Writing Interactive Materials)Lesson Plan for DL about: Submit by: Muna Mohammed Ali Al-Dhouri (82929) Fatma Ali Said Al-Shihi (90597) Submit to: Dr Alaa Sadik1
  2. 2. Windows Movie Maker is a presentation software program. Windows Movie Maker is a fun and easy to use video editing program that allows you to make home movies, photo albums. It is a great starter tool to learn the basics of video editing. At The end of the lesson the learner will be able to:  Describe the interface of movie maker software.  Label the name of the Movie maker menus.  Import images, videos and sounds.1. Starting Windows Movie Maker Go to start menu. Click on all programs and select Windows Movie Maker 2
  3. 3. Movie Maker window will be opened to you2. Navigating the program 1 2 3 4 1. Movie Tasks 2. Collec ons 3. Viewer 4. Timeline 3
  4. 4. 3. Importing images, sounds and videos to the movie To start, collect digital copies of the pictures youre going to use. If the pictures come from a digital camera, or if you already have them scanned and saved on your computer, youre all set. For print photographs, either digitize them at home with a scanner, or take them to a local photo store to have them professionally done Once you have the pictures saved on yourcomputer, open a new project in Movie Maker. From the Capture Video menu, choose Import pictures. A new screen will open, allowing you to browse through and select the photos that you want to use. Click Import to bring the pictures into Movie Maker. And so on with sounds and videos 4
  5. 5. 4-Drag the images and video clips in the storyboard.5-Arranging the images and videos in the time line of the movie clip When editing your project, you might want to change the order of clips on the storyboard/timeline. For example, you might want a video clip to appear later or earlier on in your movie. 1. On the storyboard/timeline, select the clip that you want to move. 2. Click Edit, and then click Cut. 3. Do one of the following, depending on the view that you are working in: 1. On the storyboard, click the next empty cell. 2. On the timeline, move the playback indicator to the point where you want to paste the clip. 5
  6. 6. 3-Click Edit, and then click PasteYou may also reorder your clips to quickly move a clip on thestoryboard/timeline, click the clip and drag it to a new place on thestoryboard/timeline.6
  7. 7. How Long Should the Pictures Play?By default, Windows Movie Maker setsphotos to display for five seconds. You canchange the length of time by going tothe Tools menu, and clicking Options.In the Options menu, choosethe advanced tab. From here, you canincrease or decrease the Pictureduration. 7
  8. 8. 1- Select the icon which shows the Windows Movie Maker program: A. A 2-Identify the parts of Windows Movie Maker 1,2,3,4 2 3 1 4 1)……………… 3)……………… 2)……………… 4)……………..8
  9. 9. 3-You can’t use printed photos or pictures unless you ……………them.(Complete).4-How can you reorder the clips on the storyboard?5- How can you change the length of displaying each picture?9
  10. 10. 1)2) 1. Movie Tasks 2. Collec ons 3. Viewer 4. Timeline3) Import4) By reorder the clips move a clip on the storyboard/timeline, click the clip and drag it to a new place on the storyboard/timeline.5) In the Options menu, choose the advanced tab. From here, you can increase or decrease the Picture duration.10
  11. 11.  Windows Movie Maker software Program.  Web sites which include tutorials about movie maker program like;http: //www.saskschools.ca/resources/techref/moviemaker/movie.htmlhttp://desktopvideo.about.com/od/desktopediting/ss/mmphotomontage_4.htmhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZXK68NS7gUhttp://desktopvideo.about.com/od/desktopediting/ss/mmphotomontage.htm 11