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Public Service Announcement : Creating Public Service Announcement

Create Your Animoto Video

Once your storyboard has been approved, follow the steps below:

1.    It is easier to use Animoto in Google Chrome instead of Internet Explorer.

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2.  Create your account by going to http://www.animoto.com.  Watch the video titled Setting-Up an Animoto Account.--Use your school email, put in your first initial and last name.

YOU MUST INPUT THE PROMO CODE, OTHERWISE YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE A 2 MINUTE VIDEO!!!

Rhodes 1st Hour Code: a4e05bfd86f90d4

Rhodes 2nd Hour Code: a4eknig0b2a89cbbaeaca50

Rhodes 3rd Hour Code:  a4e05bfd86f90d4

Husted 4th Hour Code:  a4eknig0b2a89cbbaeaca50

Husted 5th Hour Code: a4e72892e45423d88da  

Husted 6th Hour Code: a4eknig10a2cfab0c83043b

Trimble Code: a4e72892e45423d88da

Use this code if yours doesn't work: a4eknig10a2cfab0c83043b

3. Watch the Animoto instructional video by clicking on the link below

  http://help.animoto.com/entries/20461613-the-new-animoto-video-creation-process-a-video-tutorial-guide

4.  Use the following attachment for details on how to use Animoto to create your video.

 

Setting-Up an Animoto Account

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Adding Music

Use music that has the appropriate tone for your movie.  Make sure you site your music in Noodle Tools.

 

Citing Your Music in Noodle Tools

To cite your music use the web site source from Jamendo, refer to the video below for detailed instructions. If you choose music from Animoto you do not have to cite it in Noodletools.  Animoto cites it for you at the end of your movie.

Saving a PowerPoint Slide as jpeg

Open the attachment below for specific information on how to save your PowerPoint slides as a jpeg.

Adding Your Bibliography Page to Your Movie

View the movie  below for information on adding your bibliography to the end of your movie.

 

http://screencast.com/t/vBm0ixO6l

Fair Use Copyright Statement Slide

Save this PowerPoint slide as a jpeg and import it into your movie.  It should be the very last thing we see in your movie.