Recording your voice-over narration
  1. Find a quiet spot to record to avoid background noise that may be picked up while recording.
  2. Ask Mr. Revis to borrow one of the Olympus Voice Recorders (for in-library use only). external image 84844227-260x260-0-0_Olympus+WS+500M+SLV+2GB+DIGTL+REC+SLVR.jpg
  3. You should record your script in many small segments (make editing easier later). So, only record ONE (1) segment of your script at a time.
  4. Press the external image thumbs_123286-matte-red-and-white-square-icon-media-a-media29-record.pngbutton to start recording. Record one small segment of your script. Then press external image thumbs_125226-matte-white-square-icon-media-a-media28-stop.pngto stop recording. You may stop and start as many times as you need. Don't worry about deleting your mess-ups -- we'll edit everything later. Just get everything recorded.
  5. Remember you are recording for performance, not just reading your script. Make sure you sound like you know what you are talking about!
  6. When you're completely done recording, bring your recorder to the computer to download your voice files. There is a button on the side that slides open the USB jack. See Mr. Revis if you need help with this.
  7. Make sure to save your files inside the SAME FOLDER as your other pictures and Movie Maker file. Otherwise, it will not work.
  8. Open up Movie Maker and click "Import Audio" to add your voice file to the collection. Drag it down to the timeline, and you may begin editing it to fit.