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Page 140 Move the Input level slider up or down to increase or decrease the volume of the captured audio. When adjusting the Input level slider, try to avoid reaching the red levels while you are recording. You can test the volume by speaking into the audio device and seeing how the levels move up or down on the Input level meter. If the meter reaches the red levels when recording, the captured audio will be unclear and distorted. Try to avoid low volume levels as well (readings on the lower third of the meter) because the volume of the captured audio may be too low and difficult to hear. If you are using a DV camera for capturing, the Input level slider does not appear. Click Previous Slide or Next Slide until the first slide you want to narrate appears in the Slide window. 9. Depending on whether you are capturing live or taped audio and video to narrate your slides, do one of the following: If you are capturing taped video or audio, make sure the playback device is set to the playback mode (often labeled VTR or VCR on a camera), cue the tape to the part you want to capture, and then press the play button. If you are using a DV camera connected to an IEEE 1394 port, you can use the Digital video camera controls to locate the section of video and audio on the tape that you want to capture to narrate your slides. When you click Capture, the tape plays back automatically. If you are capturing live video, focus the camera on the subject you want to capture. 10. Click Capture to begin capturing video or audio. As you narrate your slides, click Next Slide to go to the next slide on the timeline after you have finished narrating the slide currently displayed in the Slide window. If your slides contain animations, click Next Effect when you have narrated the current part of the slide and you want to move to and narrate the following animation. 11. After you have finished narrating your slides, click Stop. If you are capturing taped video or audio from an analog camera or VCR, press the stop button on your camera or VCR as well. If you are using a DV camera, the tape will stop playing back automatically when you press the Stop button in the Capture Wizard. 12. In the File name box, type the name for the captured Windows Media file. Click Save, and then click Finish. The narration will be saved as a WMV file if you captured video, or it will be saved as a WMA file if you captured audio only.
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Page 141 13. After you complete the Capture Wizard, video and audio is separated into clips and added to the timeline. The video or audio clips have the same names as the slides they narrate. Click Finish to end the Capture Wizard. Clips are added to the project as follows: If you narrated slides with video, the captured video file is separated into clips and added to the Video track on the timeline. If you narrated slides with audio only, the captured audio file is separated into clips on the timeline and added to the Audio 2 track. If you had video and audio content on the timeline before you captured the audio or video narration, and you did not choose to clear the timeline when prompted by the wizard, the audio and video is imported into the current project, but it is not added to the timeline. If you captured video, it is separated into clips that have the same names as the slides they narrate, and then stored in the Video folder. If you captured audio only, the audio file is stored in the Audio folder. To match the slides with the audio narration, add the audio file to the Audio 2 track of the timeline so that it starts at the same point as the first slide that was narrated. Capturing Video and Audio Choosing the Video with audio capture option lets you record live or taped video and audio to your computer. The video sources you can record from include a Web camera, DV camera, analog video camera, or an analog or digital VCR. The video sources you can choose depend on the capture devices installed on your computer. Choosing the Audio only capture option lets you record live or taped audio to your computer. You can capture from audio-only sources, such as a microphone, or you can capture audio from a video source. The video you capture is stored on your computer as a WMV file. When you finish the Capture Wizard, the saved WMV file is automatically imported into your current project. It is stored in the Video folder on the Media tab. If you choose Audio only, the audio you capture is stored on your computer as a WMA file. The saved WMA file is automatically imported into your current project. It is stored in the Audio folder on the Media tab. The following are examples of scenarios in which you might choose to use the Video with audio or Audio only capture options. Video of a recorded or live training course. If you are creating a training presentation, whether it is computer-related or not, you might choose to record video of the trainer so you can use the footage in your online training presentation.
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