Video on the Web

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

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Video on the Web

  1. 1. Video on the Web: A Primer David Lee King Digital Branch & Services Manager Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library davidleeking.com
  2. 2. Many Types of Web Video
  3. 3. News Video
  4. 4. TV Shows
  5. 5. Web Shows
  6. 6. Screencasting
  7. 7. Machinima
  8. 8. Lifecasting
  9. 9. Mobile Live Video
  10. 10. Videoblog
  11. 11. How do you create them?
  12. 12. time
  13. 13. 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...
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. online video editing • get an account • edit videos online • jumpcut, motionbox, photobucket...
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. Store your videos somewhere • blip.tv • YouTube • Internet Archive • others
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. What can libraries do with them?
  20. 20. Traditional ideas… • from the director sharing • instruction on new tools • PR for the library staff • classes and tutorials • library tours
  21. 21. 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?
  22. 22. thanks!
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