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Introduction to Microsoft Movie Maker 2
Introduction to Microsoft Movie Maker 2
Why Use Movie Maker 2
Why Use Movie Maker 2
What Can You Do With Movie Maker 2
What Can You Do With Movie Maker 2
Analog vs
Analog vs
Advantages Of Digital Media
Advantages Of Digital Media
Linear vs
Linear vs
Nonlinear IS Nondestructive
Nonlinear IS Nondestructive
EDLs: How They Work
EDLs: How They Work
What Is Rendering
What Is Rendering
Importing vs
Importing vs
Importing vs
Importing vs
Capturing From Analog Devices
Capturing From Analog Devices
Importing: How It Works
Importing: How It Works
Importing: a Word Of Caution
Importing: a Word Of Caution
Importable File Formats
Importable File Formats
Importing Audio Files
Importing Audio Files
Projects vs
Projects vs
Saving vs
Saving vs
Exporting
Exporting
Exportable File Types
Exportable File Types
Compression: What It Does
Compression: What It Does
Types Of Compression
Types Of Compression
For help with Movie Maker 2, visit the Microsoft Movie Maker 2 web
For help with Movie Maker 2, visit the Microsoft Movie Maker 2 web

Презентация: «Introduction to Microsoft Movie Maker 2». Автор: ITS. Файл: «Introduction to Microsoft Movie Maker 2.ppt». Размер zip-архива: 78 КБ.

Introduction to Microsoft Movie Maker 2

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1 Introduction to Microsoft Movie Maker 2

Introduction to Microsoft Movie Maker 2

Adapted from Windows Movie Maker 2: Zero to Hero by Jon Bounds, John Buechler, and Jen deHaan

2 Why Use Movie Maker 2

Why Use Movie Maker 2

Versatile in terms of exporting options Can be easily shared or distributed Format is readily viewable on any PC

3 What Can You Do With Movie Maker 2

What Can You Do With Movie Maker 2

Examples: Rainforest Mother Earth George W. Deal Eleanor Roosevelt Children

4 Analog vs

Analog vs

Digital Media

Analog – records footage as waves of information Digital – records information as 0s and 1s

5 Advantages Of Digital Media

Advantages Of Digital Media

Easy to capture with a computer Do not degrade or lose quality as you copy them Easy to share and distribute

6 Linear vs

Linear vs

Nonlinear Editing

Linear – Lay down edits sequentially without the capability of inserting footage Nonlinear – Cut, copy, and paste or insert clips anywhere, like text in word processing

7 Nonlinear IS Nondestructive

Nonlinear IS Nondestructive

Original files are never destroyed or altered during the editing process Instead, an Edit Decision List (EDL) stores references to the original materials and how they are arranged in a movie project

8 EDLs: How They Work

EDLs: How They Work

When you export your final movie file, the computer copies all the information it needs from the source files using the EDL, and renders a completely new video file

9 What Is Rendering

What Is Rendering

Rendering – the process of building a movie from source files so that it can be viewed on another system, such as a PC or a DVD player From Microsoft Windows Movie Maker 2: Do Amazing Things by John Buechler, p.37

10 Importing vs

Importing vs

Inserting

Files must first be imported into Movie Maker from your computer before they can be inserted into the Movie Maker timeline/ storyboard for editing

11 Importing vs

Importing vs

Capture

Importing – pulling digital media from your computer into Movie Maker (anything you import must already be on your computer) Capture – pulling media from a device either onto your computer or directly into Movie Maker

12 Capturing From Analog Devices

Capturing From Analog Devices

You must first convert or digitize analog materials using a Media Converter Digitized analog materials must be saved on your computer before they can be imported into Movie Maker

13 Importing: How It Works

Importing: How It Works

All of the materials that you import into Movie Maker are not physically copied into Movie Maker Movie Maker stores shortcuts to these “source files” in its Collections, which point to wherever they are saved on your computer

14 Importing: a Word Of Caution

Importing: a Word Of Caution

You cannot move source files around on your computer after you have imported them, or Movie Maker will not be able to find them for your project in order to render your movie BEFORE YOU BEGIN, it is good to copy all of the files into one permanent “project folder,” and to then import them into your project

15 Importable File Formats

Importable File Formats

Video files: .asf, .avi, .mlv, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, and .wmv Picture files: .bmp, .dib, .emf, .gif, .jfif, .jpe, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff, and .wmf Audio files: .aif, .aifc, .aiff, .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, mpa, .snd, .wav, .wma

16 Importing Audio Files

Importing Audio Files

If you are going to import audio from a cd, then you must first save the audio tracks to your computer using the Windows Media Player, which automatically converts the standard cd .wav file to a smaller .mp3 file

17 Projects vs

Projects vs

Movies

Project – the file you create to edit a movie together, which can be saved and reopened to the same state of edit. Project files have the .MSWMM extension Movie – the video file that is rendered when you export your project once that project is complete

18 Saving vs

Saving vs

Exporting

Saving – stores a project in its current state of editing SAVE OFTEN! Exporting – reads the EDL instructions from your completed project file and renders a movie file: your final product

19 Exporting

Exporting

You can export your project to a number of compression settings, determined by the purpose of your project and the planned method of distribution It is possible to import a movie file that has been exported back into Movie Maker for further editing

20 Exportable File Types

Exportable File Types

WMV (Windows Media Video) – which can be set to a variety of compression standards AVI (Audio-Video Interleaved) – which is lossless

21 Compression: What It Does

Compression: What It Does

Makes a file smaller so that it takes up less space on your computer or a CD Allows a file to be more easily copied from one place to another, which is useful for transferring files across the Internet

22 Types Of Compression

Types Of Compression

Lossless – finds patterns in the data and uses that information to squeeze it into a smaller space (i.e., a Zip file) Lossy – discards information that it calculates the human eye (or ear) won’t notice is missing. This can be extra color information or sounds outside hearing range (i.e., an MP3)

23 For help with Movie Maker 2, visit the Microsoft Movie Maker 2 web

For help with Movie Maker 2, visit the Microsoft Movie Maker 2 web

site at: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/moviemaker/default.asp

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