Storyboard Presentations Using Microsoft Movie Maker


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Presented by Evelyn Ayum
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Participants will learn how to use Microsoft Movie Maker to create storyboard presentations for any school event:

  • Create a storyboard with students as the actors and actresses--telling stories in their own words.

  • Learn to create storyboard events of trips

  • Design special projects in class such as experiments, cooking events and art projects

  • Use the Microsoft Movie Maker program to highlight graduation events and individual accomplishments of students and staff.

  • Organize your class pictures to tell a story or to just celebrate with children, parents and staff.

  • Learn to upload pictures, use transitions and add titles and credits to your storyboards.








Evelyn Ayum

Contact me:
Ebolocs@aol.com
Ebolocs@gmail.com
Eblocs@twitter.com
Ebolocs@yahoo.com



Getting Started

Storyboards by EvelynAyum Step by Step


Movie Maker: Import photos and videos

To make a movie with Windows Live Movie Maker, you'll need some photos and videos on your computer. You can import photos and videos from your digital camera, a flash memory card, DVDs, or your mobile phone.
Step 1: Connect a camera to your computer
Connect the camera to your computer by using a USB cable, and then turn on the camera.
Step 2: Start importing in Movie Maker
Click the Movie Maker button, and then click Import from device.
If the Photos and videos will be imported into Windows Live Photo Gallery message appears, click OK.
Step 3: Choose the device
Click the device you want to import photos and videos from, and then click Import.
Step 4: Import any new photos and video
On the New photos and videos were found page, click Import all new items now, type a name for all the photos and videos, and then click Import.
Step 5: Select the photos and videos to use in your movie
In Windows Live Photo Gallery, select the check box in the upper-left corner for each photo or video you want to use in your movie. On the Create tab, in the Share group, click Movie.
When the photos and videos appear in Movie Maker, you’re ready to start making your movie.
Select photos and videos in Photo Gallery to import into Movie Maker



Movie Maker: AutoMovie themes
Use Auto Movie themes to make a great-looking movie in just a few clicks in Windows Live Movie Maker. Just pick your photos, videos, and a theme, and then the transitions and effects are added for you.
Step 1: Add photos and videos
On the Home tab, in the Add group, click Add videos and photos. Hold down the Ctrl key and click the photos and videos you want to use, and then click Open.
Step 2: Add music
On the Home tab, in the Add group, click Add music. Click the music file you want to use, and then click Open.
Step 3: Choose an AutoMovie theme
On the Home tab, in the AutoMovie themes group, click the theme you want to use. Movie Maker automatically adds titles, credits, transitions, effects, and more for you.
You can continue editing as you normally would, or just save your movie.



Movie Maker: Edit the audio
Get great sound in your movie by using the audio editing tools in Windows Live Movie Maker. Make your finished movie feel polished and professional by adding a soundtrack and using the editing features to adjust the volume, fade music in or out, and more.
Add music
You can add music that plays during your movie. After you add music, you can edit it so it plays how you want in your movie.
On the Home tab, in the Add group, click Add music. Click the music file you want to use, and then clickOpen.
Fade music in our out
Make the audio fade in nicely at the beginning and fade out smoothly at the end to make a movie that looks and sounds professional.
  • To make the music fade in or out, click the music. Then, under Music Tools, on the Options tab, in theAudio group, do one or both of the following:
· To make the music fade in, click the Fade in list, and then click the speed for the music to fade in.
· To make the music fade out, click the Fade out list, and then click the speed for the music to fade out.

Change the start or end point of the music
Trim the beginning or end of the music, so only the part of the song that you want plays in your final movie.
To trim the beginning or end of the music, click the music, and then drag the playback indicator on the storyboard to the point in the music where you want it to start or stop playing in your movie. Do one of the following:
· To set a new start point for the music to start playing at the current point, under Music Tools, on theOptions tab, in the Editing group, click Set start point.
· To set a new end point so the music stops playing at the current point, under Music Tools, on theOptions tab, in the Editing group, click Set end point.

Change the audio volume
You can change the volume of a music item or the audio in a video. This way, regardless of the audio or music that's playing, it sounds just right in your movie.
To change the volume of a music item, click the music. Under Music Tools, on the Options tab, in the Audiogroup, click Music volume, and then move the slider left to lower the volume or right to increase it.
To change the volume of the audio in a video, click the video. Under Video Tools, on the Edit tab, in the Audiogroup, click Video volume, and then move the slider left to lower the volume or right to increase it.



Change the volume in your movie to make it sound just right.

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