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Creating an Audio Slide Show for the Web. Gathering and editing audio Gathering and editing images Integrating audio and photos in Soundslides Plus Publish to the Web. Audio. Good audio is the basis of multimedia. Audio. WHAT YOU NEED TO GATHER AUDIO:

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Creating an audio slide show for the web

Creating an Audio Slide Show for the Web

Gathering and editing audio

Gathering and editing images

Integrating audio and photos in Soundslides Plus

Publish to the Web


Audio

Audio

Good audio is the basis of multimedia.


Audio1

Audio

WHAT YOU NEED TO GATHER AUDIO:

Digital recorder (that saves as .wav, .wma or .mp3 format)

Headphones

Microphone

Cables

Backup batteries

Audio converter software (if your recorder doesn’t save as .mp3)


Getting started with recorder

Getting Started with Recorder

1. Turn it on.

2. Find record, stop, playback, files etc.

3. Plug in headphones and microphone.

4. Press record.

5. Listening on your headphones.

6. Start talking. Listen for sound quality. Reposition mic.


Tips for interviewing

Tips for Interviewing

Find a quiet place.

Encourage the subject to answer in complete sentences by keeping your questions short and open ended.

Avoid “yes” or “no” questions.


Tips for interviewing1

Tips for Interviewing

Do not move your hand or shake the device.

Do not say “uh huh” or talk while you interview. Listen.

Maintain eye contact. Listen. Nod.

Get an ID: Name, age, occupation, location.


Collect other sound

Collect Other Sound

Ambient Sound

The background sound of the room. Turn on your recorder and let it run

for 3 minutes.

Use it to layer under your interview later.


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Collect Other Sound

Sound Effects

Car doors slamming. Eggs frying. Dogs barking. Birds chirping. Gavel pounding. Dentist drilling. Etc.


Editing audio

Editing Audio

Audio Editing Programs

GarageBand (for Macs)

Audacity (for PCs and Macs) – Free download


Editing audio1

Editing Audio

Common Types of Audio Files You Should Be Able to Recognize

.wma (windows media audio)

.wav (uncompressed windows file)

.mp3 (most universal audio format – the Soundslides format)

.aiff (Mac and standard podcasting format)


Editing audio2

Editing Audio

1. Plug your recorder into the USB.

2. Drag your audio file(s) onto your desktop.

3. Make a copy.

4. Edit the copy, NOT the original.


Editing audio3

Editing Audio

Switch Audio Converter

A free download

Works on both Macs and PC

Available in Boz 134

Go>Applications>Switch


Editing audio4

Editing Audio

Switch Audio Converter

Go>Applications>Switch

Drag file in.

3. Set Output to .aiff for Garageband or .wav for Audacity.

4. Hit “Convert” button


Editing audio5

Editing Audio

Edit your audio to desired length

Cut out the your questions, “ums,” weird noises, etc.

Save and Export as .mp3

Share>Export Song to Disk. Save as .mp3 in “High Quality.”


Photos

Photos

Make a lot of photos: 100+

You need 1 image for every five seconds of edited audio. (i.e. 90 sec of audio = 18 images)

Wide, medium, close-ups.

Action. Surroundings. People.


Preparing photos

Preparing Photos

Select only the photos you want to use

Crop

Rotate

Make color corrections

Make sure they are saved as .jpg “High Quality”

Put them in a folder


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