Excercise 4: Christine’s Music Video

January 25, 2010

This is my music video, I recorded the clip from my snowboarding trip to Blue Mountain this weekend. Enjoy!


Exercise Four: Music video – Catt Muwanga

January 25, 2010

Heart it Races!

Here is the Flow chart of the my interactive experience.

Exercise 4: Andrew Markell – Music Video

January 25, 2010

exercise four: sarah’s music video

January 25, 2010

Exercise 4: Spencer’s Music Video

January 25, 2010

Exercise Four – K

January 25, 2010

Process of my music video – K

Exercise Four: Angela Vuong – Music Video

January 24, 2010

I have never, ever made a video before because I was too scared. However, I’m glad I was introduced to iMovie because it’s extremely user-friendly and just so gosh darn easy. Quite a refreshing experience…


Below I have included a thumbnail of the flow chart. Please click it to view the full size image.


Exercise 4 Dallas

January 24, 2010

Decide on a theme  >  Pick song  >  Eat dinner  >  Find video clips online  >  Make coffee  >  Put video clips together  >  Save  >  Add song  >  Crop clips to fit  >  Save  >  Add video to YouTube  >  Add to blog  >  Post Blog

Exercise 4 -Music Video

January 24, 2010


music video

January 24, 2010

project music video—-> find the video—> find the song—> put clips together—> crop the music to the length of the clips—> divide the clips—> add transition/special effects—>add video effects—> test—>publish the video

Music Video: Dani Kuindersma

January 24, 2010

Here is my                     music video.

I decided to make it more of a MOVIE TRAILER because I’ve made music videos before and thought this would be a good time to try out movie trailers. I couldn’t raise the volume up on the speaking parts as much as I would have liked, so they seem pretty quite compared to the music, but it’s not too bad. Either way, here it is.

NOTE — The video is done after 2 minutes. I don’t know why it added an extra minute of nothing O.o

Click to download my Flowchart (.doc file – I had no scanner access)

Music video : Felix Chan

January 24, 2010

Hong Kong Garden link in youtube

Enjoy the atmosphere at Hong Kong !

Yan Zeng Music Video

January 24, 2010

this is the video of my new puppy Boqi~~~have fun!

Matthew Williams: Music Video

January 24, 2010

Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza: Bringin’ It Straight From Alabama


Exercise 4: Music Video and Flowchart.

January 23, 2010

Hallo~! Music video staring my sister!




Sean Collins – Music Video

January 22, 2010

Hey guys,

Heres my music video.


I got the footage off random sites through google video.


Exercise 4 : Rui Felix / Music Video

January 22, 2010

various clips i filmed in toronto and india, with music of Buraka Som Sistema, they are from  the suburbs of Lisbon, they bring a new kind of “” (Angolan dance). It mixes electronic sounds with the traditional beat of Kuduro, enjoy!


Braden Mangione – Music Video

January 22, 2010

Braden’s Music Video from Braden M on Vimeo.


Greg McRoberts, Music video and flow chart

January 22, 2010

Hello. Bellow is a link to my music video, and my flow chart. I tapped a small tripod to the side of my bike, attached my Flipcam to my tripod and recorded the ride to school from my house.  There was originally 10 minutes of footage, so I trimmed it down to be five minutes. I adjusted the volume so you can hear whats going on around me. If you watch carefully, you can see people walking to the beat, I did that by adjusting the music start point.  There are some close calls and narrow squeezes along the way. My flow chart  logs the steps I took to make this video. I tried to cover all the important events.  Hope you like it! I had allot of fun making it.

Greg McRoberts Flow Chart

Exercise Four: Bailey Henderson

January 21, 2010


Exercise Four Nick And Ivan

January 20, 2010

Here is what we have done for the “Exercise Four” assignment so far.



Exercise Four: Make a Music Video, Make a Diagram

January 18, 2010

In Exercise Four, you will create a music video using iMovie HD, and then make a diagram of the interaction model of your experience. Please read the instructions that follow carefully, as there are many steps and a number of deliverables.

1) Locate the source files for the music video, located in TEMPORARY_STORAGE in a folder called “Exercise Four.”

2) Check out the video clips and audio files. You’re welcome to use your own video clips and audio files if you have any available.

3) Open iMovie HD, and save an iMovie Project to your desktop using a title of your choice.

4) Pick the audio file that you want to make a video for. Import it to iMovie HD by drag-and-dropping the file into the bar at the bottom of the iMovie screen. Note that this automatically changes iMovie from “clips viewer” mode to “timeline viewer” mode. You can also do this with the two buttons near the bottom right of the screen.

5) Pick some video clips that you might want to use to make your video. Drag-and-drop them into the “clips” pane at the right of the iMovie screen. From here, you’ll drag-and-drop them into the upper bar in the timeline, once you’ve decided how you want to use them.

6) Make your video! Play around. There are a lot of features in iMovie HD, but some that you’ll want to be sure to learn how to use include:
-the volume control on the audio clip (select the clip, View>Show Clip Volume Levels, fiddle with the audio “line”);
-how to cut the audio clip (place the playhead; Edit>Split Audio Clip at Playhead);
-the fact that iMovie measures time in Minutes:Seconds:Frames, and that there are only 30 frames per second;
-the fact that some of the video clips have sound in them already, which you may want to control/eliminate (again, select the clip, View>Show Clip Volume Levels, fiddle with the audio “line”), and
-the editing pane (the button for this is at the bottom right), especially transitions (once in the editing pane, the button for this is at the top right).

7) Keep making your video. Play for a couple of hours. Learn as much as you can. iMovie is a great tool for making quick videos, and will serve you well in Project One. Your final music video must be at least one minute long.

8) Remember to save your iMovie project often. iMovie doesn’t create a playable file directly — in order to do this, you’ll need to perform one last operation. Click File>Export, and then select “Web Streaming”. This will take a few minutes, and will create a playable Quicktime file, just like the video clips you were given to work with. Make sure you try this at least once before the end of class today

9) Post your video to the course blog. Note that OCAD’s WordPress implementation has limitations on the size of media hosted internally, so you’re better off to upload your video to the video-sharing service of your choice (i.e. Youtube, Vimeo, etc.), and “embed” a playable link to your video into your post. There are buttons for this where you make your post.

10) Last but not least, make a diagram of the entire interactive experience of creating your video and uploading it to the blog. It would be prudent to take notes throughout the process (it’s also always prudent to read all of the instructions before you start a task). Draw the diagram by hand, scan it and post it to the blog in the same post as your video. There’s a scanner in the lab, and the monitor can help you if you’ve never scanned before. Remember to name and label your post appropriately.

Exercise Four is due at 08:30 on Monday, January 25.