WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER Jorge F. Figueroa, PhD
What is WMM? â€˘ WMM is an application used to create, edit, and share your projects with videos, images, and sounds. â€˘ Is an amazing tool you will get immediate results in an easy and fast way.
Learning with WMM • Video production is a study plan that can enhance language, writing, auditory, literacy, and visual skills. • It promotes teamwork. • It help learners develop other skills like decision making, cooperative work, and oral discussion.
WMM Utilities Faculty
Digital stories Interactive learning Study guides Video on current issues Course lectures Videos for classroom rules and regulations Storytelling Convert PPT to video Demonstrations
Digital stories Documentaries Study guides for Ipods Research projects Digital Text Interviews Storytelling Convert PPT to video Scientific Projects
Before you begin • Be clear what are you going to do? • Create in your HDD a folder with all the documents. • Create a storyboard with all the essential elements to create a video.
To Insert Archives or Files 1. Audio: .aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav y .wma 2. Image: .bmp, .dib, .emf, .gif, .jfif, .jpe, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff y .wmf 3. Video: .asf, .avi, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm y .wmv 4. Most common: mp3, .wav, y .wma 5. No long length 6. No more of four archives if itâ€™s of short length. 7. Music segments need to be organize. 8. Copyright material wouldnâ€™t be permitted in your presentation.
Effects Collection Transitions
Titles and Credits
Controls the form in which a clip or image moves to the next clip or image.
There are different Short sentences and animation effects which phrases add to your video special effects
Recording • • • •
All effects and clips need to be set. Synchronize clips and titles. Synchronization for the listener delight. Save in HDD and then burn to DVD or CRRom.
Links • • • • • •
www.windowsmoviemaker.net www.microsoft.com www.trucoswindows.com http://freeplaymusic.com http://customize.com www.futuradesign.net
Open Source The new direction in software
Objective â€˘ Learn new and free computer software applications equivalent to commercial applications.
Concept • Is refer as the user’s freedom to: • • • • • •
Execute Copy Distribute Study Change Improve the application
Definition • Term use for software built and develop in a specific form. • It started in 1998 by some users of the “free software community”. • Term use for free software development and distribution.
Chronology • 1998: Linus Tovalds designs the Linux platform. • Jan 22 1998: Some users start working with Linux in the “free software” community. • Feb 3 1998: opensource.org starts • June 4 1999: Microsoft confirms that Linux sells more than Windows.
Open Source freedom • Freedom of programs execution. • Freedom to study the software and adapted to any necessity. • Freedom of distribution. • Freedom to improve the program and go public with the improvements.
Advantages • Flexibility • It helps in the improvement and development of software upgrades.
• Security • Less errors and more confidence that commercial versions.
• Development • Less time to develop thanks in part for the availability of the internet tools.
• User relation • The software becomes part of the developer
Advantages • Free • Freedom of distribution • Combat the pirate software
• Economic • They are free
Open Source Software • • • • • • •
OpenOffice Scribus Cmap TuxPaint Audacity NetLogo Firefox
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Moodle Celestia GIMP NVU Edubuntu Freemind Phpcounter
Open Source Software • • • • • • • •
PDF Spreadsheet HTML Editor Linux Dasher Gnopernicus PoerTalk pVoice Virtual Magnifying Glass
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CallProfiler ImageJ JOELib OpenBabel Quasar Accounting Openantivirus
References â€˘ www.opensource.org
Web 2.0 The New Internet
What will happen if you open a website andâ€Ś..
You find all you where looking forâ€Ś
You choose Blogging
Suddenly you got a listâ€Ś
Where am I? • You are in the NEW INTERNET!!!!!! • This is the evolution of traditional technologies into web applications focus in end user. • WEB 2.0 is an attitude not a technology. • They are applications that move away from the traditional desktop and promote services and collaboration.
Transition from 1.0 to 2.0 WEB 1.0
Search engine optimization
Content management systems
Folksonomy • • • • •
Folksonomy = folk + taxonomy Open, democratic form of organization Tags bridge structure and meaning Tags reflect the social fabric “It’s like 90% of a ‘proper’ taxonomy but 10 times simpler” (Butterfield, 2004)
What is ATOM and RSS? RSS and Atom feeds are the structures that organize content which is being updated on a regular basis in order for others to retrieve it. This content could be articles, blog posts, photos, PDF documents, PowerPoint Presentations, audio files, video files, or other applications. If the content is the flesh of an orange then a feed would be its skin. The skin keeps the flesh in place so that it is easier to transport.
WEB 2.0 sites • Google • Youtube • Teachertube
Opening up your class Blog: Bookmarks: Images: Wiki: Podcasting: Reading: Social Network:
Benefits to connecting people via 2.0 • • • • • •
collective intelligence - collaborative transparent - instant gratification non-hierarchical - democratic potential for passion - ownership open to public - real recognition permanence - searchable resource
Getting Started • • • • •
1.Start by blogging - risks < rewards 2.Connect students - via blogs, facebook 3.Collaborate - via del.icio.us, wiki 4.Blog assignments - let ego motivate 5.Be lazy - let students take the lead