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1 6/26/2012 VIDEO RECORDING, EDITING AND IMPORTING TUTORIAL Sukhi Basati, PhD Laboratory for Product and Process Design, Advisor: Andreas Linninger Department of Bioengineering, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL, 60607, U.S.A.

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and treat Hydrocephalus?
of voltage
of higher conductivity
• started big small
Novel Design Decisions
• Nano connectos plug in sensor
(Surgical consideration)
Prototype Unit
• 10 100 µL volume change dynamic range
• Adjust instrumentation
• Animal Model
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Goal: Record volume changes with implanted sensor
• Implant sensor in lateral ventricles and control
Volume Measurements
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• Data acquired using Labview
• Min/Max value subtracted in order to plot relative
voltage changes.
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calculate pressure
• post processing (ImageJ)
Imaging measured
volume addition
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• Handouts of the steps are provided for reference.
• CD with related content is available.
• Brief overview of animation.
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(The LPPD camcorder
4. Change movie settings.
6. Select record mode (LP mode is
recommended for less file size)
7. Press the go back button to exit
the menu.
is a female – male connection
between the hub and camera)
2. Connect USB cable to computer
and hub. The power cable must
be plugged in as well.
3. Turn camera on.
the connection screen.
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1. With camera connected to
computer via hub, windows
should automatically detect the
3. Click on MP ROOT.
4. Click on 101PNV01.
your designated hard drive
The video editing software we will use requires
windows media audio/video format.
1. Open MediaCoder 0.6.4. The program can be installed from the provided cd.
1. Add file by clicking on add tab.
2. Then, in the bottom portion of the screen you can adjust your output audio and video settings by clicking on the audio and video tabs.
3. For audio output, use Windows Media Audio/
4. For video output, select Windows Media. In the container tab, you can specify .avi, .mpg, or another format. (select default)
5. Also note the location of the file to be converted. This can be specified in the top right portion of the window. (Click on the open tab)
6. Click the start tab to begin the process of converting.
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windows movie maker which
comes pre-installed on windows
(usually under accessories –
smaller clips.
the my collections pane.
procedure as adding a video clip.
(Click on import picture in the
tasks pane, and select the picture.
You should see the picture in the
my collections pane)
In the bottom portion of your screen you will see a timeline of your movie.
1. To add a file to your timeline select it from my collections and drag it into the timeline.
2. To trim a video clip, place your cursor over one end of the clip. You will see an option to trim the clip.
3. To add a Title, or subtitles, you may click on the edit movie options in the movie tasks window. Follow the instructions and click done to return to the storyboard. You should see your Title clip in the bottom portion of the screen.
4. To smooth the transition of files in your movie project, click and drag the file in the timeline and slowly merge the two files together.
5. When done click finish movie and specify location.
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• Free Screen Video Capture • http://www.topviewsoft.com/free-screen-video-capture.html
Advised to use wmv format
Presenting your movie: Make sure your movie plays in ppt before you present!
Make sure videos are saved in same folder!
Movie Name length should not be too long
Try inserting object link instead of insert movie
Check display settings on the computer Right click desktop
Select properties
Click advanced decrease hardware acceleration or decrease screen refresh rate
Go to Slide Show Settings Use hardware acceleration
Option to use two monitors
Typing notes at bottom of presentation - set up slide show in presenter view
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toolbox that comes with
• Input dynamics of objects
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IMAGEJ • Show process of creating a stack of images using ImageJ
• Recorded process using Free Screen Capture
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• Handouts of procedure are provided.
• Video recording, editing and importing.
• Animation basics.
• Creativity and persistence beneficial.
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• We would like you to create a draft video of your research experience at UIC
• Due next week!
• For this first draft of a video please include the above sections. We would like you
to learn how to open and use the software.
• If a video camera is needed, the LPPD camera is available.