If you can read this, you need to download the Flash Player.

This video was shot with a Canon HV20 video camera and edited in Windows Movie Maker. It is a simple example for students who are learning how to compose shots to create a sequence. (There are 10 shots.)

The WMA file was converted to an FLV file using Zamzar, a free online conversion utility. (The image quality is not as sharp as it was in the original, and that happened in the compression at Zamzar.)

The Flash-based video player (JW FLV Media Player 3.14) is free. You can download it here.

The FLV is 7.7 MB (50 seconds).

The SWF is 34 KB.

Mindy McAdams
University of Florida

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