Audio & Video in Etudes Etudes Fall Summit 2011
How to Get Video Real camcorder Flip camera Digital camera iPhone Photo Booth/iMovie Find (share) someone else’s great video
NEW code vs. OLD code Old code begins with <object… Generally based on shockwave-flash Won’t work in iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, etc. New code begins with <iframe… Supports iPad, iPhone, Flash, HTML5 video, etc. Now ALL editors will accept new code
Programs Reviewed YouTube – www.youtube.com Most widely used – can usually find other videos in your subject matter Will machine transcribe video you own You can add your own transcription Lots of options & help Uses New or Old code- your choice Vimeo – www.vimeo.com Uses New or Old code- your choice Can upgrade for more features Lots of help
Programs Reviewed (cont.) dotSUB – www.dotsub.com Pretty easy to add transcription Allows you to translate into many languages Allows you to download your transcription (use to add transcription to other program’s videos Only NEW code is available Viddler is no longer recommended Uses only old code No more free accounts
Code for Home Page Use code from any program Remove all code in front of and behind the http address (including quotes)
Code for Modules Code from all programs works: new code, old code, YouTube, Viddler, Vimeo, dotSUB, etc. Sferyx editor Click on HTML Source tab at bottom of editor box to paste in code FCK editor Click on Source link in toolbar to paste in code Usually won’t see anything while editing unless you’re in the HTML source code – just save and view
Code for AT&S Tiny MCE editor, used only in AT&S Only “new” code works – from YouTube, dotSub, Vimeo Once again, you won’t see the video while in editor mode unless you’re viewing the html, and then you’ll only see the code, not the video Save the question, then preview.
Code for Discussions Use code from any source This is the FCK editor – click on the Source link in the toolbar to paste in your code No need to edit code
Captions Captions are usually needed to assist students with disabilities (ADA) YouTube will create an automatic transcription for videos you own, but it’s usually hilariously incorrect You can download, edit and re-upload the transcriptions dotSUB is the best program for creating captions You slowly play back the video and type in what you hear. Time codes are supplied but can be edited Download these transitions to use in other programs Other programs exist to help you make captions
Voki for Audio www.voki.com Create customized avatars Add voice to your avatars Embed into your Etudes site Advantage: gives you a talking head without having to BE the talking head
Creating an Audio Player (upload audio into resources first)
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