Well here are the results.
I'm actually quite impressed. I think it does add an element of realism that has been missing and greatly increases the potential of Second Life for creating Machinima or any other video or animation projects. If you want to have a go with the lip synching, this video shows you how to switch it on.
To create the movie I actually used two computers each with a seperate avatar on. I then used one avatar as the 'actor' and the other avatar to record the sound and video (recording was done on a MAC running I-ShowU) I then edited it with I-Movie and uploaded directly to YouTube from there.
On Sunday 26th October at GMT = 18.00 I'll be interviewing Gavin Dudeny co author of How to Teach English with Technology from The Consultants-E about his teacher training activities in Second Life.
If you would like to come along and watch the show and join in the discussion, then go along to Edunation III and click the sign-up terminals or email Gavin at: email@example.com. The event is free, but we are limited to 100 places.
Hope to see you there.
- Teaching Speaking in Second Life
- Photo Assignments for EFL ESL Students in Second Life
- Materials design for Virtual Worlds
- Teaching English in Second Life
- Second Life Teacher Training Videos
- Looking at There.com
- Machinima with Moviestorm