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  • 1. iPod Touch video in the classroom
    Derek D’Angelo
    MACUL ETLC
    June 2010
  • 2. In addition to an iPod Touch ($175-$360)
    you will need
  • 3. Composite AV Cable ($30-$40)
  • 4. Find the video you want to use in your classroom to help create a teachable moment.
    Step 1
  • 5. Go to a site with downloadable video such as YouTube.
  • 6. Search for a video you would like to use in your class.
  • 7. Download the video.
    Step 2
  • 8. Scroll down and click Share. Copy the URL which appears.
  • 9. Go to a site such as http://www.keepvid.com or similar.
  • 10. Paste the copied URL into Keepvid. Click Download.
  • 11. Click the Download MP4 version, which is ipod touch compatible.
  • 12. Click Save when prompted.
  • 13. Choose a location & name the file. Click Save.
  • 14. Alternative to keevid is Realplayer. Once installed, Realplayer will give you a popup option to download video.
  • 15. Realplayer downloads the .flv video to your computer. Click Convert All. The Converter opens. Click Start to convert to ipod format.
  • 16. Organize your videos in iTunes so you can be sure to have the correct videos with you!
    Step 3
  • 17. In iTunes, Click File and New Playlist Folder. Name the folder. For example, you could name the folder a subject you teach.
  • 18. In iTunes, Click File and New Playlist. Name the playlist. For example, you could name the playlist Chapter 1.
  • 19. Once your playlists have been created you can go into your Movie Library and drag and drop videos into the appropriate playlists.
  • 20. Connect iPod & Sync Playlist for current chapter being taught.
  • 21. TV Tuner cards ($75-$150)Allows watching & recording of TV on your computer.If you have a TV Tuner card you may likely need to convert the video recorded in Windows Media Center prior to being able to load the video into iTunes and sync to your iPod. I use a program called iPodifier, which converts and loads the video into iTunes.
  • 22. iPodifier

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