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Welcome to 2008 Welcome to 2008 Make Your Own Movie: Filming and Editing Digital Video July 14, 2008 – July 18, 2008 9:00 AM to Noon UT Bailey Education Complex (BEC), Room 117 Instructor: Jeff Beard (jbeard8@utk.edu) COME ON IN… Go to computer with your nametag

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welcome to 20082

Welcome to 2008

Make Your Own Movie: Filming and Editing Digital Video

July 14, 2008 – July 18, 2008

9:00 AM to Noon

UT Bailey Education Complex (BEC), Room 117

Instructor: Jeff Beard (jbeard8@utk.edu)

  • COME ON IN…
  • Go to computer with your nametag
  • Complete precourse survey
  • Open iMove HD tutorial on course website
  • Think about “How do I make a Movie?”

Course website: http://web.utk.edu/~jbeard8/KidsU

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So who is my instructor and why is he teaching this course?

Jeff Beard

  • BA Business Administration, MS Instructional Technology
  • Begin PhD program fall 2008
  • Married with three kids; ages 10, 14, and 16 (boy, girl, girl)
  • Enjoy cycling and running
  • Have been learning application of multimedia in instruction last 2 years
    • Making movies
    • Developing web sites
    • Developing interactive learning modules
  • Passionate about multimedia and enjoy helping others learn

Jewel

Me on “the Dragon”

Jordan

Justin

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Student Pick Up After Class Each Day

We will meet parents outside for pick up when class is finished each day.

You will come directly to the classroom in the mornings.

Pick up here

We are here

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  • Course Policies
  • Class Attendance/Participation
  • It is essential that the student be on time so that they get the full benefit of the course and do not
  • distract others. This is a fast paced course and you will get behind. Your participation and effort
  • will determine how much you gain from this course.
  • Conduct in classroom
  • NO food or drinks are allowed in the lab.
  • Listen when the instructor is talking.
  • Be respectful of others.
  • NO foul language or inappropriate comments to the instructor or other students will be tolerated.
  • NO MySpace or Facebook. Internet access is for class purposes. No surfing!
  • Cell Phones and Pagers
  • It is preferred that you leave cell phones at home to prevent the temptation to text or receive calls.
  • However, it is understood that parents may wish for their children to have phones for emergencies
  • or to communicate essential information.
  • Therefore, if you bring a cell phone or pager please set on “silent or vibrate”. If your
  • phone becomes a distraction (ringing or being used for talking or texting) then it will be collected
  • and returned at the end of the day.
  • If you have a special request or need to use at a break, please communicate to the instructor.
  • Restroom Breaks as needed, but we will take “official” breaks periodically.
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  • Course Overview
  • This course will teach you how to prepare for making a movie,
  • collect digital video, upload digital video to a computer, edit the video
  • and audio, and then produce a final movie.
  • Course Objectives
  • Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
  • Prepare for and make a movie using good movie making techniques
  • Demonstrate understanding of the development process for making movies
  • Apply knowledge of basic storyboarding to prepare for a movie
  • Use a video camera to capture video
  • Upload digital video to a computer
  • Apply knowledge of iMovie as a video editing and movie making software
  • Apply knowledge of GarageBand and/or Audacity to edit audio
  • Export a movie and burn to a disc
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Assignment Description

Movie Project(3 minutes or less)

You will pick a topic of your choosing You will learn how to prepare and develop the movie in

class, but will need to make the video outside of class. This will allow you to have more options

and will allow for class time to be dedicated to editing and producing. The digital video (or can

be digital photos) will be edited in class and then exported to movie format and burned to a CD.

There will be a “feature film festival” at the end of the course and we will view the movies on a

big screen. Parents or guardians are welcome to attend the viewing, but NO other children as

space is limited.

Movie and Audio Editing Practice Project(1 minute or less)

You will use provided video and audio clips to use as we learn editing techniques. You will create

a practice movie using the provided clips. You will export and burn this movie to a CD. This will

provide movie making practice and will result in a completed movie. Thus you will have two

complete short movies when the course is complete.

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SO…Question to ponder…

How do I make a movie ???

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Introduction to Digital Video

By Dr. Ed Counts

http://web.utk.edu/~ecounts1/dvbasics.swf

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Let’s Get Started! (Monday)

  • Watch iMovie tutorial
  • Open iMovie together
  • Drag images
  • Cover transitions, titles, special effects, etc
  • Show examples
  • Start playing
  • TAKE A BREAK
  • Make sure everyone knows how to eject thumb drive on Mac
  • Share videos and discoveries (if we run out of time we will show tomorrow)
welcome to 200811

Welcome to 2008

Make Your Own Movie: Filming and Editing Digital Video

July 14, 2008 – July 18, 2008

9:00 AM to Noon

UT Bailey Education Complex (BEC), Room 117

Instructor: Jeff Beard (jbeard8@utk.edu)

  • Welcome back…
  • Go to computer you used yesterday
  • You may open your train project and work on it
  • Think about “How do I make a Movie?”

Course website: http://web.utk.edu/~jbeard8/KidsU

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Tuesday:

  • Go over survey information (general)
  • Any video that someone wants to share? Or wait until add audio
  • Review “How to Make a Movie?” with treats for answers
  • We will learn about adding audio to a movie
    • And editing in iMovie
  • We will share finished train movies
  • We will discuss storyboarding and preparing to make a movie
    • You will give me at least one page with your project idea and title
  • If time, we will briefly discuss Audacity
  • Remember: A good idea to make “short clips” (easier to edit)
      • iMovie recognizes each time your stop as a scene break
  • NOTICE:
  • BRING CAMERA and ALL NEEDED CABLES AND supporting equipment
  • On Wednesday (TOMORROW).
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Review:

What is the term for the basic camera move from side to side?

Pan

What is the term for the basic camera move up and down?

TILT

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Review:

If I use the “cut” function which part will be missing?

?

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What does this mean?

What about this?

Make Your Own Movie: Filming and Editing Digital Video

Review:

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SO…Question to ponder…

How do I make a movie ???

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Introduction to Digital Video

By Dr. Ed Counts

http://web.utk.edu/~ecounts1/dvbasics.swf

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Tomorrow (Wednesday):

  • BRING CAMERA and ALL NEEDED CABLES AND supporting equipment
  • On Wednesday (TOMORROW).
  • Any video that someone wants to share?
  • Review “How to Make a Movie?” with treats for answers
  • We will learn about Audacity and GarageBand for audio editing
  • Maybe a video “field trip” (if needed or use project video)
  • We will connect cameras and upload video
  • Experiment and practice with what has been learned so far
  • If time and ready can work on project.
  • Remember: A good idea to make “short clips” (easier to edit)
      • iMovie recognizes each time your stop as a scene break
  • Remember: GOOD video techniques (composition and movement).
welcome to 200819

Welcome to 2008

Make Your Own Movie: Filming and Editing Digital Video

July 14, 2008 – July 18, 2008

9:00 AM to Noon

UT Bailey Education Complex (BEC), Room 117

Instructor: Jeff Beard (jbeard8@utk.edu)

  • Welcome back…
  • Go to computer you used yesterday
  • You may open your train project and finish it
  • Upload any music you brought to the desktop
  • Think about “How do I make a Movie?”

Course website: http://web.utk.edu/~jbeard8/KidsU

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Wednesday:

  • Any video that someone wants to share?
  • Review “How to Make a Movie?” with treats for answers
  • We will learn about Audacity and GarageBand for audio editing
  • Maybe a video “field trip” (if needed or use project video)
  • We will connect cameras and upload video
  • Experiment and practice with what has been learned so far
  • If time and ready can work on project.
  • Remember: A good idea to make “short clips” (easier to edit)
      • iMovie recognizes each time your stop as a scene break
  • Remember: GOOD video techniques (composition and movement).
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Review:

What is the first step when planning to make a movie?

Storyboards

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Review:

Can we use these

Songs in the movie?

How do we get them

Into the time line?

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Review:

How do we correctly a USB

thumb drive ?

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Introduction to Digital Video

By Dr. Ed Counts

http://web.utk.edu/~ecounts1/dvbasics.swf

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SO…Question to ponder…

How do I make a movie ???

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Thursday:

  • Review “How to Make a Movie?” with treats for answers
  • We will upload your project video to the computer
  • Edit your personal video
  • Edit your personal audio
  • BE PATIENT…”technology happens”…sometimes there are issues,
  • but we will solve them
  • Let us know if you need help…
  • There WILL be time to finalize things in the morning…the lab opens at
  • 8am
  • Tomorrow is our MOVIE PREMIER…bring your parents and
  • grandparents
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Friday:

  • Finish project (we will work on until 10:30 am):
    • Make a “punch list” of what you need to do
      • Edit Movie (LET ME KNOW NOW IF you still have NO video)
      • Add audio
      • Export (you can export to a jump drive…CD-R is your option)
      • Etc
      • Let ME know what you need help on so we can prioritize and help you finish
      • IF you do NOT finish…you can present you train video or choose not to, but it would be nice to present something.
  • WHEN COMPLETE:
    • Bring final product to me (make sure that it is in CD compressed format)
    • Transfer to desk top on presentation computer
    • VERIFY that it will open
    • Then do COURSE EVALUATIONS (paper and electronic)
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Audio

Storyboard

Determine Location

Determine Subject

How I make a movie!

DigitalPhotos

Editing

Capture Video

Produce

Uploading

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How I make a movie!

Determine Subject

Produce

Editing

Storyboard

Uploading

Determine Location

Audio

Capture Video

or

Digital Photos

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We also learned that ...

There are technical considerations

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So...consider your software

and hardware needs !