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  1. Video for the Classroom An Introduction to Editing

  2. Why use video? • Video as a medium can energize and engage the interest of students • Video can address auditory and especially visual learning styles • Video promotes student interaction through a common experience

  3. Video uses in the classroom • In-Class Activities • Class Projects • Instructional (“How-To”) • School Events (field trips, plays, pep rallies, etc.)

  4. Video Tech • IEEE 1394 “Firewire” • USB 2.0 • Secure Digital “SD cards” • DVD

  5. Examples • Historic Explorer Interview Videos • http://www.mpsomaha.org/willow/p5/projects/explorers.html

  6. Examples (continued) • Rock Cycle Movie • http://edcommunity.apple.com/gallery/student/item.php?itemID=12877

  7. Examples (continued) • Bookreport • http://www.megormiston.com/bookreport.mov

  8. Examples (continued) • Chemistry Experiment • http://www.uni-regensburg.de/Fakultaeten/nat_Fak_IV/Organische_Chemie/Didaktik/Keusch/D-Video-e.htm

  9. Steps in Video Creation • Capturing or Importing video • Editing Video • “Finishing” Video

  10. Capturing or Importing • “Capturing” refers to acquiring video from a video camera other video device and storing it on the computer • “Importing” refers to bringing previously stored video into an editing project

  11. Editing • Editing includes all changes made to “raw” video footage • Sound or music is added • Video transitions are added • Video effects are added

  12. Finishing • “Finishing” the video means saving the edited movie in a way that it can be viewed and shared • Depending on your desired audience, the output method you use may change

  13. Windows Movie Maker Demo • Interface • Four “panes” • Tasks • Collections • Preview • Storyboard / Timeline

  14. Windows Movie Maker Demo • Capturing video • Importing existing video • Importing audio

  15. Windows Movie Maker Demo • Start creating a video by adding clips to the timeline • Trim the length of clips • Add transitions in between clips • Add video effects and titles to clips • Create a soundtrack

  16. Windows Movie Maker Demo • “Finish” video by saving the project to one video file

  17. Questions

  18. Resources • Ideas for classroom video projects • http://www.edutechie.com/2007/01/five-ways-you-could-use-video-in-education/ • “EduTechie” great blog that focuses on integrating technology and education • http://its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/images/Ideas_for_Video_Projects.PDF • PDF presenting several ideas for creating videos in the class room

  19. Resources (cont) • Sound samples and music • http://www.findsounds.com/ • Find sound effects • Completely Free • http://www.freeplaymusic.com/ • Great site for free music • Lots of variety • Completely free

  20. Resources (cont) • Windows Movie Maker Help • WMM “How to” • http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx • In program help • Select: Help > Help Topics • Or press F1