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Category Archives: Video Production
This page has several tips and tricks on how to record yourself for videos you produce.
If you are on a mac, you can use quicktime to record yourself for a video lecture. View instructions how to record yourself with Quicktime.
If you are on a mac, you can use quicktime to record a video lecture presenting. View how to record yourself with quicktime and powerpoint.
To share your media with your students, contact email@example.com to assist you in working with Ensemble, our media server, to upload your content. We do not recommend uploading video files to Moodle. If you are sharing movies from dvds or another media format (cd, … finish reading Sharing Media
Note: You can record your ipad/iphone screen with the native screen recording built into the device. Apple has a good tutorial on how to record your ipad/iphone screen. Mirroring your iphone to your ipad can be useful in a number … finish reading Mirror your ipad or iphone’s screen to your Mac computer
Uploading media to Ensemble, our media server, and sharing the media is a two step process. Media is uploaded to Ensemble. Media is shared to the community with either a link to the media (stored in Ensemble) or an embedded … finish reading Uploading and Sharing Media with Ensemble
To trim a QuickTime video clip, open the video file in the QuickTime Player application. Go to Edit/Trim in QuickTime Player. Drag the yellow sliders to where you want to start and stop the movie.To fine-tune the start and stop, … finish reading Trim a QuickTime Video Clip
To record your Mac’s video display: Go to the QuickTime Player application.Choose File/New Screen Recording. If you want to record audio (such as a voiceover) while you’re recording your screen, click on the small icon next to the record button, … finish reading Recording a Video of Your Mac Screen Using Quicktime
There are many ways and techniques to tell a story visually, even if your subject may be a bit difficult to present visually. Here are a few samples that show how some people have creatively put together projects using a … finish reading Multimedia Examples
garageband (not online, but free for Mac users): lots of useful clips; can build soundbeds quickly. creative commons: http://creativecommons.org/ free music archive: http://freemusicarchive.org/ jamendo: http://www.jamendo.com/ sounddogs: http://www.sounddogs.com/