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Introduction to video on the web and how libraries can use web-based video for training.

Introduction to video on the web and how libraries can use web-based video for training.

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  • Video on the Web: A Primer David Lee King Digital Branch & Services Manager Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library davidleeking.com
  • Many Types of Web Video
  • News Video
  • TV Shows
  • Web Shows
  • Screencasting
  • Machinima
  • Lifecasting
  • Mobile Live Video
  • Videoblog
  • How do you create them?
  • time
  • Need a video camera • Mini-DV camcorders • cheapie web cam and mic • mobile phone (moblogging) Hint - some laptops have built-in video cameras and mics...
  • Need video editing software • Free & Cheap: – Apple’s iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Avid Free DV – Quicktime Pro – Power Director – Ulead’s Video Studio • Pricey & Powerful: – Adobe’s Video Suite – Final Cut Pro
  • online video editing • get an account • edit videos online • jumpcut, motionbox, photobucket...
  • Formats • Not easy like podcasting and mp3 files • quicktime .mov • iPod .m4v • Flash – Many video sites use flash (YouTube) – Hard to download for later viewing
  • Store your videos somewhere • blip.tv • YouTube • Internet Archive • others
  • Planning • what do you want to say? • who’s going to say it • who’s not scared? • who’s holding the camera • who gets to edit the bigger questions, too
  • What can libraries do with them?
  • Traditional ideas… • from the director sharing • instruction on new tools • PR for the library staff • classes and tutorials • library tours
  • More interesting ideas: • let the librarians train the trainer using video • behind the scenes: what goes on in a dept? • can your patrons train others?
  • thanks!