***SPOILER ALERT***Attention: If you have not seen Episode 11 in Season 3. Don’t Watch my Video! ***
This assignment is for “Return to the Silent Era”: Video Assignment 376 for 4.5 stars.
Okay, you’ve been warned… This is a silent movie made to display my favorite scene in Season Three’s Episode 11. I titled this movie, Fall Of A King. To me, this truly is the fall of one of the Kings of The Wire. Here is a link to my movie…
This movie was created with Windows Live Movie Maker. With Clipconverter.cc, I was able to pull two movies from Youtube to use for this movie. I pulled the scene titled “The Wire Clip – Omar and Mouzone take out Stringer Bell” by hoodpolitics by pasting the link into Clipconverter. This allowed me to download the scene as a mp4. I also searched for silent movie music on youtube. I was able to find a song by Frances Scott Key called Sunflower Slow Drag. I also used Clipconverter to download this clip as just a music file by downloading it as a mp3.
Once I had the movie clip and the music downloaded, I went online into pizap.com and set up a black background and added a border that I liked. I then found a font and used it to set up each phrase that I wanted to add to the movie. Once I had them all saved, I was ready to start the project. I first added the movie. I eliminated the volume so there was no “talking” on the movie. I then watched the movie and inserted splits in the movie so that I could insert my words that had already been saved. I then uploaded each page of words as a picture. Since any uploaded picture goes to the end, I had to drag them into the movie split into the spot that I wanted it to go.
Next I added the music. I had to adjust the volume and I also had to paste a second copy of the music so that there was enough to last the entire movie. I also faded the music out the last 3 seconds of the clip. Next, I adjusted each “word” screen to only exist for 4 seconds. (it automatically came in set up for 7 seconds) I also added a title screen that would fade out, and added an ending.
I could have never done this without Meredith Fierro! Thank you so much for working with me in the tutoring center! If you need help, She Rocks!