October 30, 2008 Archives
Here's one example of a narrated slide show.
It's fairly routine stuff, and the reporter's voice is not particularly polished, but it manages to pack in a lot of maps and charts, conveying information that would otherwise be difficult to present in a traditional report (either for TV or print).
We will start working on this project during class time. Lesson 10 involves building a narrated slide show, and lessons 6-9 all prepare you for Lesson 10.
Jeremy Barrick on Term Project Workshop: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/JeremyBarrick/2008/11/e
Jeremy Barrick on Term Project Workshop: Yes, I meant the 20th, but I will leave work early
Kayla Sawyer on Ex 3-2: Narrated Slideshow: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/KaylaSawyer/2008/11/ksa
Dennis G. Jerz on Term Project Workshop: Did you mean the 20th? That's the Alpha Release da
Jeremy Barrick on Term Project Workshop: I'm still working on my project. I am mandated to
Daniella Choynowski on Ex 3-2: Narrated Slideshow: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/DaniellaChoynowski/2008
Dennis G. Jerz on Flash Journalism (Lessons 8-9): Check the first layer... is it also 36 frames long
Daniella Choynowski on Flash Journalism (Lessons 8-9): lesson 8-1 step 16 I'm supposed to press my stop
Daniella Choynowski on Flash Journalism (Lessons 6-7): http://blogs.setonhill.edu/DaniellaChoynowski/2008