Not much is known about when or where Victor attended high school, but it’s become apparently clear that he shares a striking resemblance to a man named James Rives. Is there any connection there?
That’s for you to decide.
I mashed the photos together in Windows Movie Maker and converted the song using a YouTube to MP3 converter, then added captions to my pictures.
This assignment was worth 4.5 stars.
Victor seemed fascinated by the new mouse a friend bought him for his birthday. So much so that he decided to record a video of its fancy little lights.
I used my iPhone 4 to record the video and then uploaded it to my laptop into Windows Movie Maker before uploading it to YouTube from there.
This assignment was worth 3.5 stars.
A day in the life of Victor: a rare glimpse, indeed.
Little did anyone know that Victor was a student (or that he was so photogenic)!
I used snapchat to save the images to my phone and caption them, then transferred the images to my laptop and inserted them into Windows Movie Maker. From there, I uploaded the saved video onto YouTube!
EDIT: After much consideration and hours of intense thought, I’ve updated my video with a better version!
Victor’s favorite band in recent years is Two Door Cinema Club. He finds their music “enthralling,” to quote him directly. I visited him the other day and caught him after he’d just finished creating a video of himself lip-syncing a song of theirs, What You Know.
I used Windows Movie Maker to record both audio and video and YouTube provided the audio.
Hi everyone! Today I wanted to give a quick, written tutorial on how to create video of yourself lip-syncing your favorite songs! Now, you may be wondering how you’re supposed to start on such a daunting task… well, no worries! That’s what I’m here for.
To begin, make sure you have some type of video recording software on hand. If not, Google something! I used Windows Movie Maker and it worked like a charm. Other than that, you may or may not have to record your audio separately. With Windows Movie Maker, my webcam and microphone worked in tandem to both record my background audio and capture my rugged charm.
If you’ve got that all squared away, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty. If this is a song you’ve got completely memorized, feel free to ignore this step, but if not, it always (ALWAYS!) helps to have a lyric video pulled up on YouTube or have the lyrics otherwise in front of you. Because you’ll be looking into the camera anyways (or near it, at least), you can easily disguise the fact that you’re reading within a few takes.
Go ahead and record yourself with the music playing in the background or add it in manually later*, And once you’ve finished recording, save the file to your computer and then to a clearly marked folder. From there, you can either keep this treasure to yourself or upload it to YouTube for the world to appreciate!
* For those interested in manually adding in music later, the quickest and best way is to use some form of YouTube to MP3 conversion site (there are probably tens if not hundreds). Once you’ve shared the link to the video and downloaded the file, click and drag it into your video recording software and sync it up properly with your video! And there you have it, folks. Simple, easy, and effective.
This assignment was the Chipmunk Style. As the title may imply, I had to take a video clip and edit it by speeding it up or raising the pitch to make a scene found like chipmunks. For this, I used Windows Movie Maker’s editing tool to speed up the audio to 2x speed.
I picked this video because it’s a very emotionally charged moment from one of my favorite video games series: Metal Gear Solid. I titled this post the way I did because it feels like I’m trampling on something feelsy, haha.
Regardless, I like the way this turned out!
This assignment was worth 3 stars.
One of my weekly assignments was the Slow Motion/Instant Replay! For this, I found a video on YouTube titled “Scarlet Takes A Tumble” and inserted it into Windows Movie Maker. From there, I trimmed most of the clip (approximately the first 1:00 of it) and pasted a copy of the fall after the first. With the second one, I used the WMM speed tool to make the second fall happen at 0.5x speed.
I had a decent amount of fun doing this assignment because it was a little challenging (moreso with finding ways to save the video more than the editing bit).
This assignment was worth 3 stars.
I saw this assignment and instantly knew that I wanted to do something with it because there’s a lot of advice that I could give a younger me. However, I decided to reign it in and focus more on keeping my head in the game regarding schoolwork in college.
For this assignment, I recorded video of myself, which then corrupted, but thankfully had audio recorded in case. I wanted to have it be something relevant to myself then and the best I could think of is that I didn’t take anything very seriously back then. Even though I thought high school was stressful, I realize now that it isn’t by comparison and that it’s only going to become moreso, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing.
I used Windows Movie Maker to get everything put together. I recorded the audio using Windows 10 default program and added the audio after making a replacement video.
This assignment was worth 4 stars.