Video Projects


Programs you can use to create your video project here at school:

1. Windows Movie Maker 2

Tutorials from Atomic Learning
Please visit the CV District Website and log into atomic learning to view the video tutorials.
http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/browse

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2. PhotoStory3

Tutorials from Microsoft
When you launch Photo Story there is an option for HELP and the bottom Left.
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Also in Atomic Learning - please go the the cv website and log in to view the tutorials
http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/photo_story_3


Web Versions of Video Editing Tools.

Animoto

Flixtime

Picasa

One True Media


http://www.muvee.com/en/

or http://cloud.muvee.com/


IMAGES:

You will need to create a folder for all of your images that you will use for the project and save it to your student file on the school server.
A great place for photos is the AP Photo Archive. I would strongly suggest you use AP Photo Archive in the POWER Library Database for this project. AP Photo Archive houses photographs of recent events in countries around the world as well as photographs from historical events.

Please follow the directions on NoodleTools to cite Photos from AP Archive. CVHS Library Moodle Site Look at the How to Cite an Image Video!!

The POWER LIBRARY includes AP Photo archive and can be accessed through your school library
or through the Public Library with your public library card

MUSIC:
You will need to use music from the program OR send a MP3 or WAV file to yourself through your school weblockers.
It is highly recommended that you use an MP3 or WAV file for your music. Other formats may or may not work with these programs.
Purple Planet Music is a great website for Free Instrumental Digital Music. It is available for YOUR Project too!!

Are you looking for more FREE Music?? check out this Wiki for the Connected Classroom by Kristin Hokanson

Works Cited:
Noodletools will be your resource to create your works cited page. You will need a citation for each photography, each video clip, each piece of music and for each resource you have used to gather information.

StoryBoard:
EeePC Storyboard EeePC storyboard.ppt