05_W2014_PLS21_MovieMaker (1)

Consent from an individual to use a recording is

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Unformatted text preview: s in mp3 codecs, mp3s have performed far better in listening tests against AAC than in previous years. Nevertheless, when it comes to a sound quality to file size ratio, AAC beats MP3 Legal Use ● A few points upfront – – Generally, you do not need a release when using the recordings for news purposes. – ● Consent from an individual to use a recording is often given through a signed release waiver. You cannot publish unlawfully obtained recordings. Generally, content used for education or news is covered under the “fair use” clause. – Never rely on fair use, if possible get consent! – Much content on the internet is copyrighted, you cannot just save it and use it, without express permission! Starting with Moviemaker ● Start by importing your footage – Video – Audio – Photos Clips/Splits/Trims ● Clips/Splits/Trims – Cutting your clips to edit your video – Simply place the time marker at the start point of the trim and hit trim – Then move the marker to the end of the desired clip and hit trim again – Split generally just cuts the video – Trim will remove the excess (as interpreted by the software) – I solely use split Arranging the Clips ● With the clips edited, you can now arrange them as desired – – ● Many times, clips are imported out of order Refer to your storyb...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2014 for the course PLS 21 taught by Professor Lieth during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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