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  1. Introduction toWindows Movie Maker Stanley Chiang

  2. Mother Board F D E Figure 1: A = CPU slot, B = north bridge chip (covered by a cooling fan), C = south bridge chip D = Memory slot, E = IDE and power slot, F = PCI slots Figure 2: Intel 845PE chipset with 82801DB south bridge chip (Bottom)

  3. Preparation: Fire Wire • 4-pin to 4-pin M-M • 6-pin to 4-pin M-M • 6-pin to 6-pin M-M IEE1394 Interface

  4. Video Formats • AVI (Audio Video Interleave ) • Computer graphics animation format used in Microsoft. • The format interleaves digitized video frames (or computer-generated frames) and synchronized audio in one file. • MPEG (Moving Pictures Experts Groups) MPEG represents digital video and audio signals for consumer distribution.

  5. Video Formats • Mpeg-1: • The quality at standard VCD resolution and bit-rate is near the quality and performance of a VHS tape. • Mpeg-2: • MPEG2 multichannel audio is one of the digital surround sound system available on DVD discs, another option for Dolby® Digital. • MPEG-4: compression type, DivX, XviD are both MPEG4 codecs. Ex. WMV • MPEG-4 was aimed primarily at low bit-rate video communications; however, its scope was later expanded to be much more of a multimedia coding standard. MPEG-4 is efficient across a variety of bit-rates ranging from a few kilobits per second to tens of megabits per second.

  6. Frame Rate & Video Standards • NSTC (National Television System Committee ) • North America Standard • 30 fps • DV NTSC video is 720 x 480 • PAL • Europe Standard • 25 fps • DV PAL video is 720 x 576

  7. Definitions • MP (Megapixels) means "one million pixels" and is used when describing digital camera capability. Digital cameras boast photo abilities over 9 megapixels. • PPI or "pixels per inch" is the term you will see most often when selecting a resolution for your images in photo editing software. • Pixel is an abbreviation for "picture element." • Millions of pixels make up the image of paper and text that you are viewing on your screen right now. • DPI specifically refers to how many dots of ink will print per inch. The higher the number, the sharper the image will be. • Most ink jet printers today are capable of printing 1200 to 4800 dpi; this means great results for images with 200-300 ppi.

  8. Pixel/Resolution: Printer Setting • 2 MP = 1600 x 1200 pixels • Great Quality: 4 x 6 inches, 5 x 7 inches • Good Quality: 8 x 10 inches • 3 MP = 2048 x 1536 pixels • Great Quality: 8 x 10 inches • Good Quality: 10 x 13 inches • 5 MP = 2592 x 1944 pixels • Great Quality: 10 x 13 inches • Good Quality: 13 x 19 inches

  9. Resolution con. • Consider one thing when selecting resolution—you can always scale down your resolution but you cannot increase the resolution of an image. • Bigger is better if you can accommodate the extra file sizes on your computer and printer. • For best results, a good number to remember when printing an image is 300 pixels/inch at actual size. • When resizing an image with photo editing software, set the dimensions of the image to the print size first (e.g. 5 x7) and then set the resolution to 300 pixels/inch. The lower the pixels per inch, the blurrier the image will appear on paper.

  10. Getting Started Five ~ Ten minute Video/Movie Clip • Running Title: project name, your name • 30 sec ~ 1Min • Table of Contents: Chapter Title • 30 sec • Body: Filming • 5~8 Min • Closing Session: Cast, Producer, Planner, • 1 Min

  11. Presentation : Screen Play( 12 font, double space 1-2 pages ) (Hand out) 1. Topic 2. Introduction • History of the program/event/subject • Where did you film the movie clip, what kind of difficulty or technique used 3. Body • Describe in detail (model, technique used, ) 4. Ending • Cast, designer, story writer…etc.

  12. The Screen Play: Two Approaches Stream of Consciousness Approach • An idea • An logline Analytical Approach • Developing every detail of your story • Using the story board • Procedure

  13. The Story Board Introduction About the Program Table Content 1._________ 2._________ Introduction About the Clip Running Title 1st Theme Title 1st Theme Body 1st Theme Body Introduction About the Program Introduction About the Program Cast

  14. The Story Board Introduction About the Program Table Content 1._________ 2._________ History of Tai Chi goes back In the ancient.. TAI CHI Program Basic forms: Single Wipe Introduction About the Program Introduction About the Program The Main Film Cast Screen play : Stanley Filming: Stanley

  15. WMM To Do List • Importing Video • Editing the Video Clips • Adding Narration (Voiceover) • Adding Still Image to the Collection • Adding Text and Titles • Title at the beginning of the movie • Title on the selected clip • Credits at the end • Adding Audio or Music Files to the Movie • Adding Transitions / Adding Effects • Create a Still Image from a Movie • Managing Media Collection