I put together the photographs of the Olympic Torch passing through my home town of Stamford and managed to produce a mini film, using Windows Movie Maker on my laptop.
This is the first time I have used the program and it was pretty straightforward. Nonetheless, it took me six hours of messing about to make a two-minute film. Then took me another hour to find a piece of suitable music with a Creative Commons license.
I put the finished video up on YouTube and would have sent it to the BT Olympic Storyteller site, but their site appears to be down at the moment.
Here it is:
Thanks to Macroform for the music.
2 thoughts on “Olympic Torch – a film”
Love it! Well done! Worth all that time. I’ve not tried anything like this yet, but I have similar software, so maybe … now that I know what can be done, maybe I’ll give it a go, maybe …
Thank you! It was good fun – although time consuming.