Screen Capturing your Mac Computer
Using the Ensemble Media Server
Creating H5P Content
Category Archives: General Instructional Technology
H5p.org is an open source platform that has a suite of learning resources that can be created within our blog system. The organization has an abundance of great examples on their website that can be explored. Creating branching scenarios, image … finish reading H5p Sample Content: Image Hotspots
A classics professor was retiring from Reed College, and as a parting gift, a bust of Homer (one of his favorite Greek poets) was to be made at the Digital Fabs, a space located in the Reed physics building with 3d … finish reading Customizing a 3d Model
The Performing Arts Resource Center (PARC) in the Performing Arts Building (PAB) has added two Moog analog synthesizers to our continually evolving A/V editing room 327!
On a calm and ordinary-seeming summer morning, we gathered around mugs of sweet-waffle-topped coffee and breakfast sandwiches and brainstormed future directions, exciting projects, and then some. Stay tuned…
You may need to take a screen capture (or screenshot or grab; different terms, same idea) of your Apple’s desktop or laptop’s screen. Apple has got a screenshot page that lists this info. Here’s the two most basic and commonly-used … finish reading Screen Capturing your Mac Computer Screen
Note: There is a list of iMovie tutorials online at the bottom of this page that are extremely helpful. Be sure to check them out! Here’s a brief video that covers how to start a project, import footage, do a … finish reading Using iMovie
Part one’s project created a replica of a Chinese woodblock, in this case a woodblock from the 1970s that was in fairly good shape (at 40 years old!); the woodblock itself was intact, and the wood carving still had pretty crisp … finish reading Laser Cutting a Chinese Print Block (part two)
Notices have appeared in the various media labs around campus: Reed is discontinuing all VHS support, beginning this Fall. The news has come without fanfare, and those who did see the signs were, in all likelihood, even more surprised to … finish reading Discontinuation of VHS Support at Reed / YouTube to VHS ?
This is where you pull everything together. You will review any footage or media, fix any issues with the media, then bring them onto a timeline and do your first edit in the editing software of your choice. Then, refine … finish reading Post-Production (aka Editing)
Video editing software choices for pc-users Here’s a list of possible video editing software choices. Video editing software choices for Mac-users iMovie is an easy free tool installed on most Macs, and is the best video editing software for its … finish reading Edit the Project with Video Editing Software