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University Technology Training Center Movie Maker: Basics
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02.17 .09 UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER Movie Maker: Basics © 2009 Regents of the University of Minnesota University Technology Training Center All Rights Reserved http://uttc.umn.edu The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation. This publication/material can be made available in alternative formats for people with disabilities. Direct requests to: University Technology Training Center 190 Shepherd Labs 100 Union Street Southeast Minneapolis, MN 55455 612.625.1300 uttc@umn.edu
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UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER I Table of Contents LESSON 1 1 VIDEO BASICS 1 The Three Phases of Production 1 Video Production Roles 3 Video Camera Techniques 4 LESSON 2 7 MOVIE MAKER BASICS 7 Movie Maker Project Files 8 Capturing Video Clips 8 Organizing Clips 11 Making a Movie 12 LESSON 3 15 ADDITIONAL FEATURES 15 Adding Transitions 15 Adding Titles and Credits 15 Adding Audio 16 LESSON 4 17 SHARING VIDEO 17 Exporting Video 17 Considerations for Web Distribution 18 APPENDIX A 19 RESOURCES 19 Equipment 19 Learning 19 Sharing 20
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UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER 1 Video Basics The Three Phases of Production Pre-production A lot of up-front work really lays the groundwork for a successful production. While not everything listed below is necessary for every type of production, it is worthwhile looking through this lis t to make sure you‘re considering as much as possible in advance. Questions to ask: What‘s the concept? Why are we making this piece? Who‘s the audience? Where will they see it? How can we tell this story in pictures? What genre makes the most sense? Things to consider: Research or pre-interviews Working outline or script Storyboard visual representation of what you plan to shoot Location do you need to scout it beforehand? Is permission necessary? Cast, interview subjects or narrator and video release forms Props and costumes Lesson 1
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LESSON 1: VIDEO BASICS 2 UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER Equipment do you need to reserve it? Are you comfortable using it? Do you have enough media (tapes, flash cards)? Are the batteries charged? Crew who is going to help? Shooting sequence this can be an invaluable tool to improve efficiency Production This is the phase where you actually get the images into the camera. Shooting live action with interview subjects or actors in the field with sync sound (documentary footage or scripted dramatic narrative)* Animation B-roll* Stills* Graphics that need to be created with other tools (Illustrator, PhotoShop, etc.) *For anything that uses recognizable images of people, get video releases. Post-production
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