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How to Use Green Screen Effects on iPads

How to Use Green Screen Effects on iPads
Making Movies Magical These days, very little comes out of Hollywood without special effects added in post-production. Our favorite superhero movies, science fiction thrillers and fast-paced action movies just wouldn't be the same without them. However, these video effects are no longer the preserve of video professionals. Technology has advanced quickly, and you can now replicate these very same effects to make photos and videos come to life on your iPad. Here's how. What You Need to Get Started There are a number of things you need in order to use green screen effects on iPads. An iPadA green screen cloth or roll of paper to use as your backgroundA green screen app like Green Screen by Do Ink. Additional items you might want to consider could include a sturdy tripod and an iPad frame like the Padcaster or Makayama Movie Mount to secure the iPad while shooting your video. Green Screen Shooting Tips Use a good quality green screen that has a consistent color. Fine Tuning the Magic Summary Related:  IPAD ideas & tipsVideo

9 Things Every Student Should Be Able to Do with Google Drive March 8, 2014 Today I want to introduce you to some basic features integrated in Google Docs and which your students can use to help them with their research projects and also boost their collaborative workforce. 1- Research feature While composing in Google Docs students can very easily conduct a research on any highlighted word or phrase without having to change tabs or open new windows. To do this, they simply highlight the phrase they want to research and right click on it then select "research". A window pane will be displayed on the right hand sidebar with the search results of their query. 2- Search for scholarly articles and images Besides doing a web search for their queries, students can also search for images, scholarly articles, and quotes related to the phrase or word they highlighted. 3- Commenting Using the comment feature provided by Google Docs, students will be able to leave feedback on each others work.

Lock iPAD screen & iPhone screen so kids stay within the app Since I posted How to Child-proof iPAD, I received so many questions asking how to lock iPAD screen or iPhone screen, so kids stay within the app you want them to play. Now we found the solution – Daisy Simpson, our new reviewer at iGameMom is going to share the trick with you. If you want to stay updated with iGameMom app recommendations and tech tips, please sign up for the free email updates . I am so happy to have discovered the new Guided Access feature on my iPhone/iPad. 1. 2. 3. 4. Now if you have older kids this might not be the solution you are looking for, but also with older kids they are probably not constantly clicking the home button. 5. Tapping Accessibility at the top-left corner of the screen. 6. Open up any app you want your child to play with. At the bottom of the screen, you have the option to turn hardware buttons off, turn touch on or off (I leave this on as the game needs to be able to touch around within the app) and motion on or off (I also leave this on). 7.

iMovie (2013): Use a green-screen or blue-screen effect to superimpose one clip over another You can record video in front of a green or blue backdrop, and then “cut out” the subject and superimpose it over another video clip. This is called a green-screen or blue-screen effect. For example, you could record a friend dancing in front of a green or blue backdrop, and then place that video over a video clip showing a starry sky, so that your friend appears to be dancing in the sky. You can also drag the green-screen or blue-screen clip over a solid-color or animated background clip. If the subject of your video is green or is wearing green, you should record in front of a blue background. The audio from the original clip and the audio from the green-screen or blue-screen clip play simultaneously. Use a green-screen or blue-screen effect In the timeline, select a clip or range that you shot against a green or blue backdrop, and drag it above a clip in your project. Choose Green/Blue Screen from the pop-up menu on the left. Adjust a green-screen or blue-screen effect

The 100 Best Video Sites For Educators via Edudemic Bringing multimedia into the classroom is a great way to engage students in learning. Supplementing lessons, opening up new interests, and offering inspiration, online videos make for an incredible teaching tool. In 2010, we covered our favorite 100 video sites for educators, and we’ve now updated our list for 2012 with more than 100 resources and more than 25 brand new entries. Read on, and you’ll be able to check out the very best sources for educational videos on the web. Educational Video Collections Specifically designed for education, these collections make it easy to find video learning resources. TeacherTube: This YouTube for teachers is an amazing resource for finding educationally-focused videos to share with your classroom. General Video Collections Network TV, inspiring talks, and more are all available in these collections. Hulu: A great place to find the latest TV shows, Hulu is also a source of educational videos. Teacher Education Lesson Planning Video Tools

How to Create Audio Slideshows in YouTube Twice in the last two days at the WLMA 2013 conference I demonstrated how to create audio slideshows on YouTube. Creating audio slideshows in YouTube is a good alternative to using Animoto. Animoto is an excellent tool for creating audio slideshows. YouTube Photo Slideshows don't have a time limit other than the standard 15 minute limit applied to all new YouTube accounts (there are work-arounds for this). The images below show you how to create a Photo Slideshow on YouTube. Step 1: Log into your YouTube account and click "upload" then click "Photo Slideshow." Step 2: Select images from your Google Account or upload images from your computer. Step 3: Drag and drop your images into the sequence in which you want them to appear. Step 4: Choose a sound track and select the slide display duration and transition. Step 5: Enter a title, description, and tags for your images. Step 6: Use the annotations tool to add text to each frame of your video. Watch my sample video below.

Kaizena · Give Great Feedback iPurpose before iPad The two above images are good examples of purposeful thinking about iPad usage in schools. One, a screenshot of an oft-used tool known as iPad As.. by edtechteacher.org, focuses on what the iPad can be used for and provides links to various apps that can be utilised for those functions. It goes without saying that it is a very useful website for schools thinking about iPads. It provides nutshell explanations of a number of apps that relate to each iPad as… category as well as pricing. It’s a good introduction into the functionality of the iPad that counteracts the misconception of iPad as consumption NOt creation tool. The other, The Padagogy Wheel, is one of many variations on applying Bloom’s Taxonomy of skills to iPad apps. Both tools have supported my reflection on iPad use in school and are worth checking out in detail. Now this sounds like a big task and it is. This post will look messy for a while as new ideas get added. I really hope I can get this off the ground.

Top 10 Summer Video Projects for Kids - VideoBlocksVideoBlocks - Free Video Editing Tips and Tricks Posted on: July 12, 2012 / We’ve reached the half-way point of summer, which is oh so bittersweet. We all love having extra time to spend with family, wonderful weather to enjoy during picnics and barbecues, and late sunsets that help us get everything out of the day. But then there’s the dark side of summer. The screaming kids that won’t leave you alone, the siblings that seem to find 10 new things to fight about every hour and the infamous, “Mom…I’m booored!” wail coming from the living room. 10. Many park districts or city organizations host movie nights in the park. 9. Your town doesn’t offer movies in the park? 8. As a child, I hated doing summer reading for the following school year. 7. Need to keep those rascals entertained while you make dinner? 6. A great way to get kids interested in video is to have them watch videos that they are in. 5. 4. 3. 2. If you’re looking for some peace and quiet, have your kids make a silent movie! 1.

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