VideoProject - a DVD or a mass storage device But you will Export the movie as MPEG4 320x480 MP3 audio 30 fps if you are using iMovie or QuickTime

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Video Project Produce a short video (1-3 minutes) that could teach a musical concept and includes evidence for the following: Footage you “shot,” captured, and edited Still images you created (any of these: scanning, Photoshop, digital photography, notation) An additional sound track that you created and/or edited (any of these Audacity, looping program, Band-in-a-Box, sequencing program) A title screen (don’t count in the 1-3 minutes) Credits (don’t count in the 1-3 minutes) Any other movie effects Due Date for uploading video: morning July 30 or earlier You will want to save your project files on your computer. Render the project as a high-quality video (AVI, QuickTime, DVD) that you then save back to tape or to
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Unformatted text preview: a DVD or a mass storage device But you will Export the movie as MPEG4 320x480, MP3 audio, 30 fps if you are using iMovie or QuickTime. If you are using MovieMaker, then you will need to download a program to convert the AVI or WMV file to MP4. o http://www.pazera-software.com/products/video-to-ipod-converter/ Log in to screencast.com. Use the Upload button to upload your video. When completed, you can click on the share button under the video and copy the embed code to post to your Blog. According to Screencast, these video formats are OK: http://www.screencast.com/help/tutorial.aspx?id=393&...
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