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Introduction to iMovie. Source: E-Learning Conference. Key Features. Easy Drag-and-drop video editing Cool transition and blockbuster-style titles and credits One-click recording of musical scores, voice-overs, and sound effects

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Introduction to iMovie

Source: E-Learning Conference


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Key Features

  • Easy Drag-and-drop video editing

  • Cool transition and blockbuster-style titles and credits

  • One-click recording of musical scores, voice-overs, and sound effects

  • Ability to publish finish movies on the web, email them to a friend, or save them to videotape

  • Plug-and-play operation with digital camcorders


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Ten Things you can do with iMovie

  • Write, direct, and produce your own movie

  • Create a music video of your garage band championship soccer team

  • Send a video greetings card to Mom

  • Amaze your teacher with a video book report home movies

  • Produce a documentary


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Ten Things you can do with iMovie

  • Create a karaoke tape of your own song

  • Build highlight tape of your teaching

  • Add music and voice-overs to spice up

  • Remove that embarrassing scene

  • Add video to your web page

  • Slide show with music


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The Seven Deadly Camcorder Sins

  • Headhunting-placing every subject in the center of your frame

  • Motor zooming - overuse of on-screen zooms

  • Rooting - staying in one spot instead of looking for interesting angles

  • Fire hosing - panning all over the scene


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The Seven Deadly Camcorder Sins

  • Upstanding - shooting everything from standing eye-level

  • Snap shooting - taping only two or three seconds per shot

  • Back lighting - too much light falling on the background instead of on the subject


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Helpful Tips for Shooting Video

  • Use the zoom to compose your shot. Avoid zooming while the tape is rolling.

  • Use a tripod or other image stabilization device.

  • For Handheld stability, imaging that your camcorder is a very full cup of coffee

  • Move the camcorder only when necessary


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Helpful Tips for Shooting Video

  • Shoot to edit

  • Keep the shot steady (no zoom or pan) for at least 10 seconds

  • While shooting, be as inconspicuous as possible to best capture the true behavior of you subject

  • Vary your shots: wide, mid, close

  • Don’t tell things, show them


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Helpful Tips for Recording Audio

  • Use an external microphone if you have one

  • Get the microphone close to the talent

  • Keep hand movements on the camcorder to a minimum

  • Listen through headphones while you shoot

  • Use a lavaliere or boom mike for studio

  • Use a wireless mike to avoid cable hassles


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Helpful Tips for Recording Audio

  • Use a hand-held microphone

  • Don’t move mike cables while recording

  • Avoid long cable runs to minimize interference

  • Keep audio in mind while scouting locations

  • Use a lavaliere (clip-on) or boom mike for studio settings




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