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Creating Videos with Windows Movie Maker

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If your computer comes with a webcam (either built-in, or USB), it is possible to use Windows Movie Maker to create short instructional video clips and post them to Desire2Learn. If you are using a Windows XP or Vista machine, chances are you already have Movie Maker installed. This handout explains how to use it to create a short video and post it to Desire2Learn.

http://academics.sru.edu/cfit/helpdocs/movie_maker_capture.pdf

Keep in mind that video files tend to be rather large, so this handout is intended for instructors interested in recording short 4-5 minute mini-lectures.

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Written by SRU Ed Tech

December 1, 2010 at 8:15 pm

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