Thank you, Linda, Eric, and Shannon
I have added all three of these resources to my toolkit. I had not played
with Touchcast since Mobile Media Maker . I just got my Mac back from the
Apple hospital, last night, so definitely will check out the new version.
And, yeah Eric- for landing on a PC version.
Do you see a need for the paid version or does the Starter kit have what
most kids will need?

Perhaps we need a Green Screen Showcase?
Since Think About It Thursday is aimed at getting kids to think more
deeply, creatively, and critically - would any of you have any ideas on now
we might use this technology to invite connections between classrooms?


Sent from my iPad

On Dec 4, 2013, at 4:30 AM, Shannon Walters <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

For those working with iPads, the free Touchcast app has green screen
functionality - and embedded vApps = video apps to embed interactive web
elements like live twitter feeds, web links you can explore while watching
the video (picture in picture), polls with automatic response and more.
 Company blog says web-based version is coming soon...  And did I mention


"We need to move from being knowledgable to knowlege-able." ~Michael Wesch

On Dec 3, 2013, at 10:19 PM, Eric Hall <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

We've just begun our own green screen adventures: thanks again for the
resources! Needing portability, we purchased one of the 3-light ePhoto kits
from Amazon (good suggestion re: the need for good lighting.) The
challenging step was to find a free and easily accessible method on the
Windows platform... sadly the .xml script for Moviemaker that circulated a
while back doesn't work in Moviemaker Live (APIs are not open?) and the
older versions of WMM are cumbersome and don't support native QuickTime
footage from iPhones. After sifting through a few freebies I landed on
Starter Edition <>, which
has a low learning curve and a very flexible Chroma Key effect.

*Eric Hall*
*Technology Integration Specialist*
*Mount Mansfield Union High School*
*Chittenden East SU*

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On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 9:19 PM, Linda McSweeney
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> For those of you from the Central Region who attended the Green Screen
> session--a quick update...
> iMove '13 is very different than the 2011 version, but here's a YouTube
> tutorial:
> I updated the Green Screen Resources<> page
> that was shared at Vita-Learn Central to include the iMove '13 tutorial.
> Linda
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