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MovieMaker

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Vodcasting in the Classroom

 


Moviemaker Tutorials

 

Introduction to classroom filmaking - Introduction Movie 

 

Step by step Moviemaker tutorial - movie maker tutorial.doc

 

Green Screen (Chroma Key) for Windows Movie Maker

 

Code for Green Screen with Movie Maker

 

(Special recognition goes to Gary Bennett for creating the above presentation and collecting the student projects from his class. Additional tutorials and presentations offered by Gary can be found at http://bennettblog.net/)


Using Flip Cameras

 

How to get video from the FLIP CAMERA into Moviemaker - Flip-to-MovieMaker

 

How to get your finished video out of Moviemaker on to a flash drive - MovieMaker-to-Flash

 

(Special recognition goes to Gary Bennett for creating the above presentation and collecting the student projects from his class. Additional tutorials and presentations offered by Gary can be found at http://bennettblog.net/) 


 

The Project

 

Video Clips for practice

(You must right click on each video clip and choose "save as" then navigate to where you want to save the video files. I suggest making a folder in "My Video" in "My Documents" called sample_video_clips and placing them there. If you are on a public or training facility computer please delete the files when you are done.)

 

Make a Movie

Get in groups of 2 or 3 (may want to find a friend with similiar interests - grade level, subject area)

  1. Discuss and choose a topic for your movie. (Tip: Think of a quick instructional video for review or to introduce a new topic.)
  2. Use the storyboard WS to outline a quick screenplay. (Remember you would spend much more time on this process in the classroom. The writing process would be a major focus of a lesson like this not the technology.)
  3. Movie can be 1-5 minutes long.
  4. Get busy. Start filming. You do not have to shoot the scenes in sequence. DO NOT try to film the whole thing continuously. Film in snippets you can easily edit and rearrange.
  5. Rotate camera duties so everyone gets to "play" and be a "star".
  6. Drop your clips into Moviemaker and start your film career.

 

The Screening

Everyone will share their video projects. We will use the video evaluation WS to give friendly, constructive feedback. We will discuss what would change and how we will proceed in the classroom.

 

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