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Page 127 The files are unpacked to separate subfolders based on the file types in the project. For example, Figure 7.6 shows the resulting project and folders created for a sample interview training presentation.
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Page 129 CHAPTER 8 Capturing Video, Audio, and Still Images Using the Capture Wizard, you can record audio, video, and still images from a variety of sources to your computer. This process is often referred to as capturing content. The video sources from which you can capture content range from the mouse actions on your computer screen to audio and video recorded on tape or captured live in Producer. After you connect your video source, such as a video camera, Web camera, or VCR, to a capture device on your computer, you are ready to start capturing video, audio, or still images to your computer using Microsoft Producer. When you capture content to your computer, the video, audio, and still images are transferred from the specified source and then stored as a digital file on your computer. The Capture Wizard can be used for the wide variety of video, audio, or still images you may want to include in your presentations. The Capture Wizard walks you through the step-by-step process of capturing content to your computer for use in a presentation. The process the wizard walks you through changes depending on the capture option you choose on the first page of the Capture Wizard. Before You Begin Capturing Content 6 discusses how to record high-quality content using your Web camera, analog video camera, digital video (DV) camera, or external microphone. However, whether you are using the Capture Wizard to record content live or from a tape, you can take certain steps to maximize the quality of content you capture in Microsoft Producer. The following tips can also help you work more quickly and efficiently when capturing content in Microsoft Producer. Closing Unused Programs Quitting unused programs can help preserve system resources on your computer. Capturing video and audio on your computer requires that you have the necessary computing power and available system resources. Quitting unused, open programs can help free up valuable resources, such as RAM and video memory. Furthermore, quitting unused programs that are not part of the video, audio, or still images you want to capture can make the content you capture more effective. For example,
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Page 130 if you are capturing still images or video from your computer screen, your audience sees what is on the computer screen. This means that any icons, open programs, or even sensitive data on your computer screen could be captured and seen in the video or still images. By taking a few seconds to quit any unused programs, you can avoid these problems and save yourself a lot of time when you edit the captured video and audio. Closing Other Video-related Programs Many current capture devices come with accompanying software that you can use with the capture device. Before starting the Capture Wizard, make sure that these programs are closed. This precaution helps to avoid errors within the Capture Wizard. Microsoft Producer cannot capture video and audio if another program is using the device. For example, if you have a Web camera and a standalone program that lets you record from the Web camera, the program is using the video device even if you are only viewing the video and not recording it. Therefore, you cannot use the Web camera to capture video in Microsoft Producer until the standalone program is closed and the device is no longer in use. This applies to other capture devices or recording devices, such as a digital or analog video camera, microphone, or TV tuner card you may have attached to your computer. Preparing the Office 5 discusses how you can prepare your office for recording video and audio. You can apply many of the suggestions listed there before you capture content in Producer. By following these suggestions, you can save time and increase the quality of the captured content. If you are recording in an office and it is feasible, try to avoid events that could interrupt you if you are recording content live into Producer. Place a note on the door informing people that you are recording. This may help to avoid interruptions. Other occurrences can interrupt your recording, such as a ringing phone or sounds from your computer. Avoiding these interruptions or distractions can help you work more quickly, so you can avoid unnecessary retakes when you are recording your video and audio into Producer. Making Sure Capture Devices Are Working Properly As discussed earlier in this book, there are many different devices you can use to capture video and audio in Producer. Make sure that these devices are connected and working properly before you start capturing video. By ensuring that the capture and recording devices, such as a Web camera, analog camera, or DV camera, are working properly, you can avoid issues that could arise during the capturing process. For more information about how different recording devices and capture devices can be connected and installed on your computer, see chapter 4.
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