Sample Proposal Sample Mockups HTML Pages When creating the proposal for the final project, each student should come up with an outline of the steps required for the project and deadlines for completing those steps. Website Project Outline What is the basic overview of the project? summarize the project in one or two paragraphs. Who is this […] Read post.
Create a video at least 30 seconds in duration that combines captured video (from a webcam, digital camera or smart phone/PDA) with another source (video, audio, text, images or graphics) edited together in Photoshop. Read post.
The final project for this class is a multimedia website. This will be based on the final project proposal and mockups. Final projects must be uploaded to the FTP server via FileZilla (or another FTP program). The URL should be submitted via Blackboard. Your project should contain: At least 5 HTML pages. 1 CSS page, with […] Read post.
There are many ways to capture video to use in a project with Photoshop. Many computers have a web cam that can be used with programs like Quicktime or Photobooth. Videos from a smart phone can be captured with programs like iPhoto or using apps like Dropbox or email. To capture video in Quicktime, open […] Read post.
Much of the standards of web video are based on conventions that came out of film and video production that predates the digital technology that we currently use. aspect ratio – ratio of the width and height of a video. 4:3 is common on old computer monitors and television sets. 16:9 is more common today […] Read post.
Add sound to your animation. There should be at least 5 sound sources, which can include sound effects, background music, dialog, or any other recordings or samples sound files. Read post.
Demo Files In 2014, the W3C released the final standardized version of HTML5, which had been in development and testing since 2004. The previous standard, HTML4, had been finalized in 1997. HTML5, along with many other improvements and new features for HTML, introduced semantic tags, including basic tags for the conventional sections of a website. […] Read post.
Today we’re going to learn to edit sound using Audacity and add it to the animations we’ve been working on. Audacity is a free audio editing program for Mac and PC. It’s functionality is a bit more limited than programs like Logic Studio or Pro Tools, but it will work fine for this class. Download […] Read post.