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Tutorials, Examples and Rubric

posted Jan 16, 2012, 9:04 PM by Unknown user
Here is a simple tutorial to remind you about how to use windows movie maker to finish your animations.
http://explore.live.com/windows-live-essentials-movie-maker-get-started?T1=t2

For those of you who decide to use Track Axe to polish your movies, the program has many tutorials built right into the program. You can access them using the help feature in the program.
Here are some video tutorials to get you started: http://www.trakax.com/software/support/create_a_quick_mix/

When you finish your movie, you should have two files. The first file should be a 30 second clip of your choice. The second file should be the full movie.

Here is the rubric I will use to grade your projects.

Here is an example of a the type of smoothness you want to achieve in your video

Here is an example of a stop motion with decent sound effects, excellent movement, creative camera work, and a good storyline.

Here is an example of a stop motion with a simple but effective storyline. Notice that the storyline does not have to include complex things to get full marks ... I want to at least be able to see a progression of events that make sense. You can tell right away that the video is about building something, and the end result is that something gets built. If people are not able to tell what the basic idea of your video is as they are watching it, then there is a problem.



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