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  1. Movie Maker Heidee Brimhall Brian O’Dell Jason Owen Northern Arizona University, ETC667 Next

  2. Table of Contents • What is Movie Maker? • Why is it Important in Education? • Movie Maker Tutorial • Examples of Use • Resources Next

  3. What is Movie Maker? • Windows Movie Maker is a free video editing software • It contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie • New effects and transitions can be made and existing ones can be modified using XML code Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia Next Back to Table of Contents

  4. Why is it Important in Education? • For a student, it can be a tool to explore technology in a cross-curricular setting • As a teacher, it can create a way to enhance learning through visual and audio video Next Back to Table of Contents

  5. Movie Maker Tutorial • Transitions • Special Effects • Titles and Credits • Music • Narration • Creating Clips from Existing Clip • Trimming Clips Back to Table of Contents

  6. Transitions • Download clips or videos from camera • Go to Movie Tasks Pane, Edit Movie, View Video Transitions • Preview transitions by double-clicking them and watching the Preview Monitor. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next

  7. Transitions • Once you have located a transition you like, drag it from the Video Transitions pane, under Edit Movie pane to the box between two of your clips. This inserts the transition between the two clips. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  8. Transitions • In the Preview Monitor, click the Video Transitions pane, under Play button to watch your transition in action. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  9. Transitions • If you decide not to use any transition, right-click it on the storyboard, and click Delete. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  10. Transitions • Transitions cause your video clips to overlap by about one second, which means you will not see all of the first or last second of your clip. • When you're filming, it's good to start the camera a few seconds before the action starts, and to keep filming for a couple of seconds afterward so that you have time to transition between scenes. • If you don't need the extra time in a clip, you can trim you clips in Movie Maker. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Previous Back to Tutorial Menu

  11. Types of Special Effects • Speed up a clip using Speed Up, Double, or slow down a clip using Slow Down, Half. • Zoom in using Ease In, or zoom out using Ease Out. • Make a clip appear older by using Sepia Tone, Film Age, or Grayscale. • Rotate a clip using one of the Rotate effects • Fade in using one of the Fade In effects, or fade out using one of the Fade Out effects. • Fix exposure problems using Brightness, Decrease or Brightness, Increase. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Back to Tutorial Menu

  12. Special Effects • Download clips or vides from camera • Go to Movie Tasks Pane, Edit Movie, View Video Effects • Preview transitions by double-clicking them and watching the Preview Monitor. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  13. Special Effects • Once you have found an effect you like, drag it from the Video Effects pane to one of your clips. This adds the effect to the clip, which you can see by looking at the star in the lower-left corner of the clip. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  14. Special Effects • In the Preview Monitor, click the Play button to watch your effect in action. • You can add more than one effect to a clip. • You can also add a single effect multiple times to increase the effect. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  15. Special Effects • If you don't like the effect, right-click the star icon in the lower-left corner of the clip, and click Delete Effects. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Previous Back to Tutorial Menu

  16. Titles and Credits • Opening titles introduce your file and provide the setting. • Credit at the end of the movie telling people who was in the movie and created it. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next

  17. Titles and Credits • Use titles to introduce a scene or tell what is happening in a scene. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  18. Titles and Credits • Download clips or videos from camera • If you want to add a title before, after, or on top of a clip, click the clip on the storyboard or timeline. • In the Movie Tasks pane, Edit Movie, Make titles or credits. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next

  19. Titles and Credits • Choose the type of title you want to add. • Title at the beginning • Title before the selected clip • Title on the selected clip • Title after the selected clip • Credits at the end http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next

  20. Titles and Credits • Click Change the title animation. • You can add between one-line titles, two-line titles, and credits, which can be many lines. You can use credits any time you need to display more than two lines of text, not just at the end of your video. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  21. Titles and Credits • On the Choose the Title Animation page, browse through the different animations and watch them in the Preview Monitor to get an idea of what they'll look like. When you find the animation you want to use, click Change the text font and color http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  22. Titles and Credits • On the Select Title Font and Color page, choose the color and font you want to use. If you're adding the title over a clip, use a dark font color for bright scenes and a light font color for dark scenes. Then click Edit the title text. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  23. Titles and Credits • On the Enter Text for Title page, enter your text. Then click Done to add the title to your movie. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  24. Titles and Credits • If prompted to switch to the timeline view, click OK. • In the Preview Monitor, click the Play button to see how your title will look in your video. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next Previous

  25. Titles and Credits • If you want to change your title, right-click the title on the Title Overlay row of the timeline, and then click Edit Title on the shortcut menu. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Previous Back to Tutorial Menu

  26. Putting Music into the Video • On the File menu, click Import into Collections –or- click Import audio or music in the Movie Tasks pane, under Capture Video. • In File name, enter the path and file name of the file you want to import, and then click Import. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Next

  27. Putting Music into the Video • Drag the song from the collection to the video clip where you want the music to start playing. • On the Audio or Audio/Music track of the timeline, select the audio clip. You can do of the following: • To fade in the audio, on the Clip menu, point to Audio, and then click Fade In. • To fade out the audio, on the Clip menu, point to Audio, and then click Fade Out. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx Previous Back to Tutorial Menu

  28. Adding Narration To narrate the timeline of the video: • Add any video clips, pictures, titles, or credits that you want to display in your project to the storyboard/timeline. • On the View menu, click Timeline. • Move the playback indicator on the timeline, which appears as a square with a vertical line, to a point on the timeline where the Audio/Music track is empty and where you want to begin your audio narration. Next

  29. Adding Narration • To see more options, click Show more options, and do the following: • If you have added other audio clips to the Audio/Music track and you do not want the other clips to shift on the timeline, select the Limit narration to available free space on Audio/Music track check box. • In the Audio device list, click the audio capture device you want to use. Then, in Audio input source, click the line that you want to use. • To adjust the volume of your captured audio, move the Input level slider to the level you want to use. • Select the Mute speakers check box to prevent the audio from a video clip on the timeline from playing back over your speakers while you are narrating the timeline. This prevents unwanted audio from being captured in your narration. Next Previous

  30. Adding Narration • Click Start Narration and begin narrating the content on the timeline. • Do one of the following: • If the Limit narration to available free space on Audio/Music track check box is selected, narrate the timeline until the time limit expires. • If the Limit narration to available free space on Audio/Music track check box is cleared, click Stop Narration after you have finished narrating the contents on the timeline. Next Previous

  31. Adding Narration • In the File name box, type a name for your captured audio narration, and then click Save. • The audio narration you captured is imported automatically into the current collection and the narration is added automatically to the point on the Audio/Music track where the narration was first started. Next Previous

  32. Adding Narration Notes • If you want to prevent unwanted audio from being captured in your narration when you are narrating video on the timeline, try using headphones when adding and capturing your audio narration. That way, you can hear the audio of a video clip you might be narrating while you are capturing your audio narration, while simultaneously preventing the audio of the video clip from being captured unintentionally in the narration. Next Previous

  33. Adding Narration Notes • If you are capturing an audio narration and the volume of the captured audio is too low, make sure that Microphone Boost is enabled (if your specific audio card supports Microphone Boost). For complete information, see the documentation provided with your sound card or computer. Previous Back to Tutorial Menu

  34. Creating Clips from Existing Clip • In the Contents pane, select the video clip for which you want to detect clips. • On the Tools menu, click Create Clips. • NOTE: The video clip is divided into clips according to the video source. If the video clip is from a DV camera, clips are created based on the time stamps inserted by the DV camera. If time stamps or other file markers are not present, clips are based on each significant frame change in the video. If the video clip is from an analog source, clips are created based on each significant frame change in the video. Back to Tutorial Menu

  35. Trimming Clips • On the View menu, click Timeline. • In the Collections pane, click the collection that contains the clip you want to add, and then click the clip you want to trim in the Contents pane. • On the Clip menu, click Add to Timeline. Next

  36. Trimming Clips • On the timeline, select the clip you want to trim. • On the timeline, click the playback indicator and drag it to the point where you want to trim the clip -or- use the playback controls on the monitor to go to the point where you want to trim the clip. Next Previous

  37. Trimming Clips • Do the following: • When the playback indicator is at the point where you want the selected video or audio clip to start playing back, on the Clip menu, click Set Start Trim Point. • When the playback indicator is at the point where you want the selected video or audio clip to stop playing back, on the Clip menu, click Set End Trim Point. Next Previous

  38. Trimming Clips • You can also drag the trim handles to set the start and end trim points. The trim handles appear when the clip is selected on the timeline. Previous Back to Tutorial Menu

  39. Examples of Use • Education • Entertainment • Business Back to Table of Contents

  40. Education • Microsoft Movie Maker has several uses dealing with education from presentation to informational. • The next screen has a small list of examples of how MS Movie Maker is used. Next Back to Examples of Use Menu

  41. Education • Animation is a great activity to integrate ICT into other curriculum areas such as: Design technology children can use a variety of different media to design and create the 3-D characters used in the animation. Plasticine, matchboxes, vegetables, Legos, and pipe cleaners make wonderful characters. • Art: Create 2-D and 3-D characters to animate. Drawing the characters (on paper and computer) and designing the scenery effectively integrates art with ICT. • Language Arts: Story writing, information writing, recounts, advertisement and poster writing for the films (persuasive writing), invitation writing, labeling drawings, writing play scripts, and using speech marks and speech bubbles are just a few ways to integrate language arts and ICT. Next Previous Back to Examples of Use Menu

  42. Education • Social Studies: Animate an important event in history or explore the history of animation. • Science: Try animating the life cycle of a frog or butterfly, the orbits of the planets, the process of building a skeleton, or the creation of a food chain or spider web. http://www.microsoft.com/education/animationantics.mspx Previous Back to Examples of Use Menu

  43. Entertainment The entertainment industry has always made movies based on different scenes or sequences. With Microsoft Movie Maker, producers and directors can easily plug the different scenes right into the bottom of the movie creation scene within the program to get a composite look at their work. Back to Examples of Use Menu

  44. Business In these times of security, business have started using video recorders to create an environment to secure their business matters. For example, small business that do not have the money for a major monitoring system can use a secured computer to record all movement and actions and record evidence of misconduct and make a video presentation to the proper authorities for prosecution of criminals. Back to Examples of Use Menu

  45. Movie Maker Resources • http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx • Microsoft Movie Maker 5.1 Help files • Wikipedia Next Back to Table of Contents

  46. More Movie Maker Resources • http://www.ettcnsc.org/felkerb/Instructional/movie_maker/mmclassagendapage.htm • http://its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/images/Ideas_for_Video_Projects.PDF • http://www.rock-hill.k12.sc.us/schools/elem/nses/media/pro/conferencehandouts/TimCooperEdTechMovieMaker.pdf • http://kidsvid.altec.org/ • http://www.lane.k12.or.us/insttech/vtc/moviemaker.html • http://wiki.monroe.edu/index.php?title=Microsoft_Movie_Maker Previous Back to Table of Contents