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  • Documentary screenshots

  • Firstly, we dragged our opening video into the top left box so that we could drag

    both video and audio onto the timeline together.

  • In this screenshot we have dragged the video onto the timeline and have opted to

    mute this video as there was background noise that we do not want in our

    documentary.

  • We slowed the video down to make it look like he was opening his eyes in slow

    motion, making it more impactful on the viewer.

  • In this screenshot we have used cut tool to edit the video to cut the end of the

    video as it wasnt needed. This makes it look more professional.

  • Then we dragged the first sound effect (an alarm) so that we could listen to it and

    see which parts we needed to include.

  • Next, we dragged the sound effect onto the timeline underneath the video in the

    A1 line for audio.

  • We then cut the sound effect down to a reasonable size to fit in with the video

    above, however, it is shorter than the video as we knew we also wanted to slow

    this down.

  • In this screenshot you can see that we right clicked on the audio and clicked

    speed and duration to slow the sound down.

  • We then used paint to create a title because we wanted to add an apple logo in

    between the letters, we then saved it and added it to the documentary by

    dragging it from the media file.

  • In this screenshot we added the first song to our documentary (telephone by

    Lady Gaga), we cut the song down to the bit that we wanted and put it so that it

    would play in the background of the title sequence.

  • We then dragged the second video to the left hand box so that we could just drag

    the video and not the audio.

  • We then dragged the video to the timeline and cut it because there was part at

    the end of the video that we didnt need.

  • In this screenshot you can see how we added the first voiceover which was

    initially quite quiet.

  • To make the voiceover louder we right clicked and pressed on audio gain to

    make the audio louder.

  • In this screenshot you can see that we also slowed the video down as we initially

    captured the video too quickly and it did not quite fit in with the timings.

  • We then dragged the interview that we recorded to the top left box so that we

    could drag both the audio and the video together.

  • In this screenshot you can see that we cut the interview in half so that the

    documentary appears more interesting as the interview is quite long and might

    make the audience bored and not listen to it.

  • Because the audio was too quiet we had to make it louder so that you could hear

    it, we did this by using audio gain, we raised the sound to 6dB.

  • To go with the answers to the questions we added images to the interview to

    show examples.

  • As you can see the image was too small and you could not see it so we had to

    enlarge it by double clicking the right top box and adjusting the size.

  • In this screenshot we dragged another video that will go in-between the interview

    questions, this is one of our cut aways that we used make the documentary more

    interesting.

  • The video that is displayed in the right hand box was filmed with a zoom and to

    emphasise the message we slowed the video down using speed/duration to

    make the zoom slow motion.

  • For the audio side of this video we wanted to add another song, as you can see

    the song is too long for the video and so we have to cut it down to the right size.

  • In this screenshot you can see that we cut the song down to the part we wanted

    and also to the right size.

  • We then moved the second half of the interview back over so that it all fitted

    together and flowed right.

  • Following the same idea as the other interview question we added images to go

    with what the interviewee was saying showing what the apps looked like on the

    phone as examples.

  • We then moved the image to the side so that it did not block the face of the

    interviewee and so it did not look out of place or unprofessional.

  • We did this for all the images tat follow, adjusting their size like this one do that it

    fitted with the other images.

  • We ended up with four of these images as the interviewee gave four examples of

    what they use their phone for. We adjusted the images on the timeline so that

    they were in the right order and that they appeared when the interviewee said

    them.

  • We then decided to add transitions to our documentary so that they didnt just cut

    and look unprofessional this added a smooth transition to each video.

  • We then added the last recorded video that we took of someone on the phone,

    we muted the video as we wanted to put a voiceover over it and there was

    background noise that would have interfered with the voiceover.

  • We then added the voiceover to the video and added an audio effect from the

    song to the voiceover giving it a smooth transition.

  • We then added the final image for the documentary to end on whilst the

    voiceover was still speaking and also linked into what the audio was saying.