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Thursday, June 13, 2013

EDLD 5363-Assignment 2.1 and 2.2

Video Editing Software Tutorial


Audacity Tutorial Script
Hello and welcome to my tutorial in regards to recording and saving with the Audacity program.

Audacity is a free software for recording and editing sounds

Simply go to google and type in Audacity and it will be the first link that appears in the search engine.

Download the software according to your computer specifications

Once you have downloaded the program, you can begin to record.

If you have used a CD-Player/MP3/ or Ipod, then you can easily be able to fully use the 6 main functions in this program which are pause, play, stop, rewind, fast forward and record.

Once you are complete with your recording, you are ready to save.

Click on file, scroll down to export, type in the file name you would like to name your recording and then select the file type you would like to save it as.

I highly recommend you go with the most common ones which are WAV or MP3.

Once you click save, you have successfully saved a recording with the Audacity program.

Thank you for listening and I hope this tutorial was quick, simple and easy!

Week 2: Discussion (10 Points) Explore Audacity and Creative Commons.
1.    Briefly comment on your experiences with downloading Audacity and the tutorials in your course Discussion Board.
Downloading Audacity was very quick, simple and easy! I honestly thought it would take so long to download, but it took about 5 minutes or less. Once I downloaded it, I immediately found a plethora of tutorial videos. My main objective was to make the tutorial as relatable and understandable for all types of people. In addition, I was also introduced to Screencast-O-Matic program. I have seen various “how to videos” use this and have always been curious as to how it was done. Screencast-O-Matic is very user-friendly and an excellent source for this tutorial video.

2.    Briefly comment on your experiences with Creative Commons in your course Discussion Board.
Creative Commons was very informative in regards to licensing one’s work. It went into detail in regards to the “layers” of licensing and on to the different types of licensing one can choose from.

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