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Presentation
Using Text-to-Video Resources for Instructional Videos
Online Northwest
  • Jim Holmes, Reed College
  • Kim Read, The Art Institute of Portland
Presentation Type
Lightning Talk
Description

Want to break up the monotony of a presentation or lecture? Looking for a way to appeal to visual learners? With only your typing skills and your creativity, you can create short or long animated movies for library instruction with free online text-to-video tools. In this lightning talk, Jim and Kim will show you the basics of creating movies with xtranormal. Many free design options are offered with xtranormal: character selection, scene selection, gestures, facial expressions, camera angles, music, and sound effects. A brief survey of other free online text-to-video tools will also be included.

Conference Track
Other
Start Date
11-2-2011 4:00 PM
End Date
11-2-2011 4:30 PM
Persistent Identifier
http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/19949
Citation Information
Jim Holmes and Kim Read. "Using Text-to-Video Resources for Instructional Videos" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kim-read/3/