Exercise Four: Musik video

March 8, 2011

I used this opportunity to make an introduction to my long-delayed Germany trip video of when I stayed with relatives in Munich during April 2008.

Sandra’s Movie

March 8, 2011

Song: State Radio – The Diner Song Enjoy!

Exercise 4: Let’s Go Crazy!

February 11, 2011

I had alot of fun making this minute music video! Enjoy!

Music- “Let’s Go Crazy” by Prince

Below is the flow chart explaining the making of this production.

Exercise Four-Music Video by Andrew W.

February 11, 2011

I had planned to do a slightly more complicated video, but alas, the weather was uncooperative for the footage I had planned to take. Perhaps I’ll return to that idea at a later date.

And so, we get violent explosions and heavy metal.

In case you’re curious, that’s Matthew Chapman running after those pigeons. I just had some leftover footage from a high school project we did together.


Exercise 4: Music Video

February 11, 2011

Here is my one minute music video set to a reworked version of Nancy Sinatra‘s, Bang Bang using stock footage courtesy of Internet Archive.


Also, take a look at the lovely Interaction Flowchart I made for this music video.


Exercise Four; Make a Music Video, Make a Diagram

February 11, 2011


February 11, 2011

Exercise 4: Funny Music Video

exercise 4. music video by Yizhen Jia

February 11, 2011

Its been really cold lately so I’ve been thinking of sunshine, beach, warmth…

all video clips from:


music: Bucket by Carly Rae Jepsen



i took the yellow path

Exercise Four

February 11, 2011

Exercise four

February 11, 2011

Cute animals + dramatic music.
Click here for interaction map.

Marco Paravani’s Music Video

February 11, 2011

The only footage I had access to from home was of high school moments and graduation interviews

I had art with these kids everyday for 4 years, and some are still with me at OCADU!

So I decided to make an homage to my old art class 🙂

Track Listing:

The Scrantones – The Office Theme

John Williams – Jaws Theme

Hot Chocolate – I Believe in Miracles

Hanson – Wake Up

Exercise Four: Make a Music Video, Make a Diagram -Carrie Harden

February 11, 2011

Not For Sale, Cocorosie

one minute video

February 11, 2011

my birds

Exercise Four: Make a Music Video, Make a Diagram

February 10, 2011

Here is the video and the diagram,  hope you all like it 🙂

Exercise Four: Make a Music Video, Make a Diagram

February 10, 2011

So, here is the music video. I was trying to have a little fun. Enjoy

Exercise Four: Make a Music Video, Make a Diagram

January 28, 2011

In Exercise Four, you will create a music video using iMovie (or another movie making program of your choice), 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 your music video, located in TEMPORARY_STORAGE in a folder called “Exercise Four.”

2) Check out the video clips and audio tracks that I have compiled for you. You’re welcome to use your own clips and tracks if you have any available. We will, for the time being, ignore any copyright infringement issues. This will be discussed in a future class.

3) Open iMovie, and create a new 4:3 iMovie Project with a title of your choice.

4) Using File>Import>Movies, import all of the video clips into iMovie. From here, you’ll drag-and-drop them into the upper left pane, in order to add them to your Project.

5) Choose the audio track that you want to make a video for. Import it to iMovie by drag-and-dropping the file into upper left pane.

6) Make your video! Play around. There are a lot of features in iMovie , but a couple that you’ll want to be sure to learn how to use include:

  • Adjustments to your clips and tracks (hover over the element in question and click on the button that appears)
  • Photos, text and transitions, which can be added from the buttons at centre 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 about one minute long (and no longer). It must contain at least three video clips, one audio track, some transitions and a smooth start and finish.

Eight) 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 Share>Export Movie, and then select “Mobile.” This will take a few minutes, and will create a playable MP4 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 uploading your video to the video-sharing service of your choice Youtube or Vimeo), and “embed” a playable link to your video into your post. There are buttons for doing 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 upload 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.

11) Lastly, remember to name and categorize your post appropriately.

Exercise Four is due at 15:30 on Friday, February 11.