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Creating a Short Movie Presentations - MovieMaker Basics Dan Frank
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Table of Contents Video Editing Software Story Boarding Collecting Video Equipment Green Screen Lighting Audio Fair Use * Importing and Editing Videos * Video footage * Clips/Splits/Trims * Arranging the clips * Adding Audio * Transitions * Titles/Credits/Themes * Rendering & Posting
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Why Video Editing? Basic video editing skills are critical for the workforce Useful as a training tool Missed a training, no problem… it was recorded… go watch it! Helps to understand how to organize and plan for a video conference (Skype, Link, etc…) Helps to learn how to think through the technology limitiations Short video clips are one way to communicate with mass audiences Links to videos are easily posted and sent
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Video Editing Software Free Software Windows Movie Maker Imovie Open Source Open Movie Editor Blender Commercial (not industry specific) Final Cut Pro Adobe Premiere Pinnacle Studio
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Commonalities  &  platforms Most video editing software is based on live video editing Live editing is done using switchers and mixers Video and audio is fed into the mixing system and monitors A technician sets transition types and audio levels as the video is generated The technician uses a T-bar to execute video transitions between sources Editing Live to tape, closed circuit or TV is called Linear Editing. Editing using source video and a computer is called Non- Linear Editing
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Story Boarding A graphic process to organize a project Identify the scenes (video) to be collected Identify the various camera angles needed to tell the story Highlight key text/dialogue Pioneered in the 1930s by Walt Disney Studio First started as drawing separate scenes and posting them on a bulletin board
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Story Board Basics
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Story Board Basics Take a story/video idea Break it into logical scenes (Sketch a picture of each scene – try to show action/motion) Sketch the scenes Add critical dialogue or scene titles Identify the visual content required for the scene Identify the audio content required for the scene Identify camera angles and locations to capture scene Identify needed equipment
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Collecting A/V footage Content can be collected in many ways Screen capture Still photos Scanned Digital Pictures Edited pictures (photoshop, Gimp, etc...) Video Digital Analog Audio Either collected with video or separately
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Equipment for A/V  Collection Video Camera Cell phones can take rudimentary footage in a pinch Look at video resolution and output format Can you attach a microphone?
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