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Movie Making with iMovie

Want more ideas to use iMovie with iPads in the classroom? Join us to explore how to create workflows for documentation, peer feedback, self reflection, creating stories, Pecha-Kucha, photo essays, field trips, creating instructional videos, slow motion analysis, animated films and so much more!

Movie Making with iMovie

Want more ideas to use iMovie with iPads in the classroom? Join us to explore how to create workflows for documentation, peer feedback, self reflection, creating stories, Pecha-Kucha, photo essays, field trips, creating instructional videos, slow motion analysis, animated films and so much more!

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  1. 1. Martin Cisneros
 Academic Technology Specialist
 MCisneros@sccoe.org DAY 2
  2. 2. GET THE PRESO AT Martin Cisneros
 Academic Technology Specialist
 MCisneros@sccoe.org bit.ly/sccoe-dma
  3. 3. VIDEO PROJECTS FOR THE CLASSROOM WEB TOOLS & IOS APPS FOR VIDEO CURRICULUM INTRO TO MOVIE MAKING IMOVIE DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3
  4. 4. IN OUR LAST EPISODE...
  5. 5. STEP 1 Step 1. This is optional, but much of your video will probably be on your iPhone & iPad rather than your Mac. You can run iMovie on an iPhone, but it’s much nicer on an iPad’s bigger screen. To transfer videos between devices, simply use AirDrop. If your devices don’t support it, you can use a third-party app such as Simple File transfer from the App Store, or transfer the videos via iTunes. Oh yes…..There is also Google Drive :-) Get Your Video
  6. 6. YOU HAVE THIS!
  7. 7. CREATE A SHARED FOLDER ON GOOGLE DRIVE
  8. 8. DUMP VIDEOS FROM ALL MOBILE GADGETS IN SAME FOLDER
  9. 9. DOWNLOAD MOVIES TO YOUR MAC
  10. 10. STEP 2Step 2. Launch iMovie and tap the + button to create a new project. You can choose between a Movie and a Trailer. Trailers are fun, but we’ll focus on Movie mode here. Tap Movie and then choose a theme. You can tap the play button to watch a preview of each style. Creating New Project 10
  11. 11. STORYBOARDS goo.gl/96Csk0
  12. 12. STEP 3 The Editing Layout Step 3. You can change the theme later, so don’t worry too much. Choose one and tap Create Movie in the top-right corner. You’ll see the editing screen, with your videos to the right, a preview monitor on the left and, running across the bottom, the timeline, which is currently blank. GRAB VIEW EDIT
  13. 13. STEP 4 Arranging Video Clips Step 4. Tap on a video and it will be highlighted in yellow. You can drag the left- and right-hand edges to trim the clip before you add it to the timeline, or you can add the whole clip (by tapping the downward arrow) and trim it later.
  14. 14. STEP 5 Step 5. You can zoom in and out on the timeline by dragging either bolded yellow lined at the end of the clip along the timeline, very helpful when making precise edits. For now, click the, and drop a portion video clip to select it, then you can drag the selection to the bottom. Precise Edits on Clips 14
  15. 15. STEP 6 Step 6. Tap audio and you can adjust the clip’s volume. It’s useful to see the audio track, so make sure this is visible by tapping the squiggly line next to the undo arrow at the top-right of the timeline. Importantly, there’s also a Detach option, which we’ll use later. Adjusting the Audio on Clips 15
  16. 16. STEP 7 Playback Step 7. Tap the play button at the top of the timeline to play your movie. You can scrub through the clip by swiping left or right on the timeline. The white vertical line is the playback marker. Make sure the line is in the right-hand half of the clip before adding another video to the timeline.
  17. 17. STEP 8 Transitions Step 8. Add another video to the timeline by repeating step 4 and you’ll see the transition icon between the clips. Tap it and the options appear at the bottom. The default is theme special, dissolve, but the others, left to right, are straight cut, slide, wipe and dip-to-black (or white) and much more!
  18. 18. STEP 9 Editing Transitions Step 9. You can change a transition’s duration by tapping the ‘1.0s’ option at the bottom right, and then choosing either 0.5s, 1.5s or 2.0s. Some transitions have a sound effect, which is muted by default. Tap the speaker icon to toggle sound on and off.
  19. 19. STEP 11 Detaching Audio Step 11. We’ve added an establishing shot of the hotel, followed by a clip showing inside the room. To give your video a pro feel, you can make the audio from the second clip play over the establishing shot. Right click on the shot inside the room, then click on Detach Audio. The clip’s audio is shown in blue beneath it.
  20. 20. STEP 12 Editing Audio Part 1 Step 12. As with video clips, you can tap and hold on an audio clip to move it on the timeline. However, to keep it in synch with your video, don’t do this. Instead, select the video to which it belongs and trim it by dragging the left-hand yellow bar to the right. The audio won’t be trimmed, and will extend beneath the previous clip – the establishing shot.
  21. 21. STEP 14 Edit Audio Part 2 Step 14. To complete the edit, tap on the transition between the two clips and change it from dissolve to a straight cut. Play the two clips and you’ll see a seamless transition between them, with the continuous audio making it a lot less jarring. It’s a technique used in almost every TV show, and is very effective.
  22. 22. STEP 15 Adding Theme Music Step 15. You’ll want some background music, so tap the Audio button at the top-right corner of the screen. You can choose iMovie’s own music, or any other music on your iPad. Select a song and tap the downward arrow to add it to the timeline.
  23. 23. STEP 16 Adding Theme Music Pt2 Step 16. iMovie doesn’t allow gaps, so it will insert the song at the start of your movie. If you don’t want that, or want to have a gap between songs, just trim the clip to the point where you want music to start, and use the slider at the bottom to reduce the volume to 0%.
  24. 24. STEP 17 Adding Theme Music Pt3 Step 17. Now you can repeat step 15, adding the song again (or a different song). There’s the same Fade option to fade the song in and out, and you can adjust the volume. Note that iMovie will automatically reduce the song’s volume during a video clip that has audio, but will otherwise play at the volume you set.
  25. 25. STEP 18 Changing Themes Step 18. Continue to add clips, and perhaps a closing title similar to the opening title in step 10. Select Settings on right mid section to open the Project Settings to change theme. Changing theme will change all titles, special transitions and even transition sound effects.
  26. 26. STEP 19 Final Touches & Saving Step 19. When you’re finished editing, tap the back-pointing arrow in the top- left corner (Project) and you can tap on the title to edit it. The play button lets you watch the movie full-screen, and tapping the clapper board takes you back into editing mode. Click on File then Share to share your creation. If you want to have the movie in your computer, tap File video and then choose the highest quality (usually 1080p).
  27. 27. ADJUSTING PROBLEM CLIPS goo.gl/x3oyOm
  28. 28. WHAT’S YOUR STORY? APPS THAT CAN HELP :-)
  29. 29. VIDEO PROJECTS FOR THE CLASSROOM WEB TOOLS & IOS APPS FOR VIDEO CURRICULUM INTRO TO MOVIE MAKING IMOVIE DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3COMING UP NEXT!
  30. 30. THANK YOU!
  31. 31. 31 M A R T I N R I C A R D O C I S N E R O S A C A D E M I C T EC H N O LO GY S P EC I A L I S T E: mcisneros@sccoe.org
 Web: sccoe.org/edtech
 G+: google.com/+MarHnCisneros @TheTechProfe @sccoetech Digital Media Academy

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