Multimedia StoryTelling

By the students of MCJ300 at The University of Southern Mississippi

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2013 Mississippi Science Olympiad

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On Friday, March 22, 2013 I had the chance to cover the Mississippi Science Olympiad at the University of Southern Mississippi Hattiesburg campus. This audio slide show is the result of my coverage.

I went to several events and took pictures at each, and interviewed Sheila Hendry, the director of the event, to get a sense of what some of the events are all about.

I had a lot of fun covering this event. I got to see first hand what went in to each of the science experiments and capture junior high and high school students at work through my photography.

It was a great experience for me as a budding journalist.

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Multimedia Storytelling-Audio Slideshow

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This next project in my multimedia story is an audio slideshow I created using iMOVIE. It was a very fun project and I enjoyed interviewed the people I got the chance to sit down and talk with.

Written by Keionda Hearts Books

April 2, 2013 at 11:22 pm

How to use iMovie to create an audio slide show with still pictures

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Below is a video that does a really good job of explaining how to do a slide show using still pictures and pre-edited audio in iMovie, as we are doing in our multimedia storytelling class. As I explained in class, we will be using iMovie for our slide show, mainly because we didn’t want to make y’all buy Sound Slide, which used to be free but isn’t anymore. Anyway, it is pretty easy to make an audio slide show in iMovie. We will be going over it in class Monday (Oct. 8) with the elections photo and audio you captured, but it wouldn’t hurt if you took a peek at the video before class.

A few things to keep in mind about this video. The instructor may be using a different version of iMovie than we have. A few things will work differently for you. For example, in the video, the instructor says to double click on a clip to get a pop-up screen that allows you to change the length of the clip. On my version of iMovie, which I suspect is the same version y’all have, you have to click on the little gear to change the duration.

How to make an audio slideshow in iMovie from Alex Schaffert on Vimeo.

Written by bloggingmom67

October 4, 2012 at 3:29 pm