Transcript of "2011 - Creating a Video Derivative Through Media Mill"
Creating a Video Derivative on Media Mill Accessing the File Create a Derivative Linking the Video to Moodle
Access Media Millhttp://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/
Click on “My Videos”After clicking “My Videos” you will be asked to enter your UMN x500
Access the Video You Plan on UsingIf needed, scroll down until you find the video you wish to use.
Once You Accessed The Video – Select “Add Derivative” By clicking “Add Derivatives” you will be able to create streaming versions of the video that can be placed on a website or easily shared with others. The icons, from left to right, allow you to: - Edit Metadata - Add Derivatives - Download Original - Share - Delete
Request A Derivative!For the greatest compatibility use the HTML5/Flash 9 codex. The format you select depends on the project. Quicktime 7 Large and Extra Large are good the medium quality option. Click “Submit Request” at the bottom of the page!. You can also click the box to be notified via email when the video is ready.
Click on the Link to the Derivative Once the derivative is finished, an “Instant Play Link” should be available under the original video. Click on it to test the quality of the video. You may choose to create various derivatives and test various quality settings
Sharing a Derivative Video Copy the Link in the Address Bar Copy the Link and Add it to a Moodle Resource! You can copy a file by pressing Control + C on the Keyboard
Add a Video Link - Resource• Visit Moodle.umn.edu• Enable Editing Mode (Top Right Corner)• Click on Add a Resource (Left Scroll Box)• Click Add a Webpage or File• Add a Title and a Description of the Resource• Paste the HTML Code for the Video• Save the Resource• Test the Video and Make Sure it Works!
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