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Libraries as Motion Video: Setting up an in-house studio, getting visual & extending skill-sets into new environments.
Created for the 3.5 hour Engage Workshop during pre-conference for CARL (California Academic & Research Libraries Conference), April 8-10, 2010, Sacramento, CA.
PDF of the paper from CARL proceedings:
http://carl-acrl.org/Archives/ConferencesArchive/Conference10/2010proceedings/BernadetteDalySwanson.pdf

Accompanying video used during workshop:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hktUGfpLhTw&hd=1
Library Video Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/libraryvideochannel
Presenters: Bernadette Daly Swanson & Meredith Saba, UC Davis

Photo credits: many images purchased from http://www.istockphoto.com - istockphoto, Bernadette Daly Swanson, Wikipedia, with screen captures from Second Life® and YouTube, assorted Library websites.

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    Created for the 3.5 hour Engage Workshop during pre-conference for CARL (California Academic & Research Libraries Conference), April 8-10, 2010, Sacramento, CA.
    PDF of the paper from CARL proceedings:
    http://carl-acrl.org/Archives/ConferencesArchive/Conference10/2010proceedings/BernadetteDalySwanson.pdf

    Accompanying video used during workshop:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hktUGfpLhTw&hd=1
    Library Video Channel:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/libraryvideochannel
    Presenters: Bernadette Daly Swanson & Meredith Saba, UC Davis

    Photo credits: many images purchased from http://www.istockphoto.com - istockphoto, Bernadette Daly Swanson, Wikipedia, with screen captures from Second Life® and YouTube, assorted Library websites.
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  • In-house Micro-content Video Production for the Health Sciences Libraries Goal: Create timely visual micro-content to meet the needs of faculty and students across a range of physical and digital environments. Identify new ways to collaborate with students and faculty through media creation and sharing.
  • Should we be in the movie business? Do we really need them?
  • Entering the realm of content creation and socially networked sites…. To find our people… So we need a big sandbox. Visual content is being used within the classrooms, across a wide range of social networking sites and media devices and displays … we are all are using the web and some of us, YouTube, to find answers to our questions. Sandbox: It’s a big world out there and we are just a few librarians attempting to share our stories… we need to be able to make mistakes, and have an opportunity to learn how to use the software before producing polished finished videos for students and faculty to view or use.
  • Where do we start? Beginning to articulate our richness & expertise
  • New Purchase: Episodic Google just bought company, Episodic, known for streaming live video over the web, advertising, and Real time analytics including Engagement Metrics track where viewers drop off, fast-forward, quit…
  • 24 hours of video every minute
  • Six Word Story on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/sixwordstory/pool/ Five Card Flickr: http://web.nmc.org/5cardstory/play.php?suit=5card Flickr Poet: stories in flight http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php
  • FlickrPoet http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php Enter a paragraph of text, random words, lyrics, a poem… Stories In Flight and FlickrPoet are © Thomas Sturm.
  • FlickrPoet http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php Enter a paragraph of text, random words, lyrics, a poem… Stories In Flight and FlickrPoet are © Thomas Sturm.
  • http://mediacommons.psu.edu/ Free Media Resources and Copyright instruction: http://mediacommons.psu.edu/freemedia New facility in 11 Sparks now open! February 26, 2010 Rice University – Fondren Library Equipment Checkout: http://library.rice.edu/services/dmc/checkout/equipment/list Reservation procedure for video equipment: http://library.rice.edu/services/dmc/checkout/online-equipment-reservation-form
  • Free to $600. (includes 50% educational discount) PC environments: Windows media maker (free) or Adobe program at your university/college? Mac environments: iMovie or Final Cut Expess, Adobe products for mac, Final Cut Pro
  • Screen Capture Software: Camtasia, Captivate, Jing Pro, SnapzProX, Screenflow, iShowU, Fraps (SL) & free options Jing, ScreenToaster (online), trial versions + Environment/Stage: Moviestorm, iClone, Second Life or desktop image Image: goldfish & silver laptop “Looking for a Better Thing” created by Katrina Brown.
  • With most movies and TV shows these days shot in 16:9 (and more extreme) aspect ratios, the iPad’s 4:3 screen means most video content will display with large letterbox bars at top and bottom. Double-tapping on the image will zoom you all the way in, cutting off the sides of the image. It’s a nice compromise, yet I kept wishing I could zoom to an interim step, cutting off some of the picture without filling the entire frame. Old stuff here… The iPod, Apple TV and iPhone will play back videos encoded using either the MPEG-4 or H.264 codecs. These are open-standard video formats, and not in any way proprietary to Apple, but at the same time do not represent a broad portion of the video content that is currently available outside of the iTunes Store. Further, this does not represent the video standard that is used by most video recording devices, TV recording devices, or commercial DVDs. The result is that finding video content from anywhere other than the iTunes Store that is already encoded in an Apple-ready format is going to be difficult, and much of this content will therefore need to be converted.For example, most commercial video cameras use either uncompressed Digital Video (or “DV”) or MPEG-2. Commercial DVDs also use MPEG-2 as their format. Videos downloaded from the Internet can be in any number of formats, including DivX, Windows Media Video (WMV) or QuickTime, among others.Apple’s likely reason for these particular choices of codec is that they are an open, established standard, and they both provide a very high level of video and audio quality for a given file size. MPEG-4 has historically been very good in this regard to begin with, and the H.264 codec has only improved on the quality and file size efficiency.
  • Choosing a recording pre-set… (640x480 or 720x480 for widescreen) OR 1280x720 for HD 720p Choose one of the standard video resolutions used in your video editor) In SL I record at 1280x720 using SnapzProX on a mac ( h.264 codec or uncompressed) or iShowU. I slice up video in QuickTime Pro & edit in Final Cut Pro. I usually capture SL voice or do voice overs & add music in video editor in post-production. I use Camtasia Studio 6 on a PC.
  • The Books! My WorldCat.org list: http://www.worldcat.org/profiles/hvxsilverstar/lists/1630490
  • The Books! My WorldCat.org list: http://www.worldcat.org/profiles/hvxsilverstar/lists/1630490
  • The Books! My WorldCat.org list: http://www.worldcat.org/profiles/hvxsilverstar/lists/1630490
  • Six Word Story on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/sixwordstory/pool/ Five Card Flickr: http://web.nmc.org/5cardstory/play.php?suit=5card Flickr Poet: stories in flight http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php
  • FlickrPoet http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php Enter a paragraph of text, random words, lyrics, a poem… Stories In Flight and FlickrPoet are © Thomas Sturm.
  • About 6 Word Stories: http://www.sixwordstories.net/about/ 6 Word Stories from Wired Magazine: http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.11/sixwords.html
  • FlickrPoet http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php Enter a paragraph of text, random words, lyrics, a poem… Stories In Flight and FlickrPoet are © Thomas Sturm.
  • FlickrPoet http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php Enter a paragraph of text, random words, lyrics, a poem… Stories In Flight and FlickrPoet are © Thomas Sturm.
  • Create a new playlist: Click on your username (top right side) click on playlists – then you will need to create one as you don’t have any ON left side… click on drop down menu and create a playlist.. Call it Media Literacy or Information Literacy or something related Now you will need to search youtube to locate some good videos to add to your playlist. – audience first year students… you will be doing a class with them on media literacy… citing sources and … Remember you will be sending he url for your completed playlist to your facebook account so all of your students can access the playlist You can browse or search.. If you browse, you can get to the categories… education, etc.
  • To add the video to YOUR playlist, click on the Save to button at bottom of the YouTube player You can vote on the video too… Be sure to add your new playlist to your youtube channel (under Videos & Playlists tab)
  • My Videos section (top right drop down menu) Edit, Annotate, AudioSwap… click the option you want…
  • My Videos section (top right drop down menu) Edit, Annotate, AudioSwap… click the option you want…

Libraries as Motion Video: Setting up an in-house studio, getting visual & extending skill-sets into new environments Libraries as Motion Video: Setting up an in-house studio, getting visual & extending skill-sets into new environments Presentation Transcript

  • “ Media do not simply portray places that already exist: they actually produce them.” Electronic Elsewheres: Media, Technology and the Experience of Social Space. Chris Berry, et. al. Libraries as motion video Setting up an in-house studio, getting visual & extending skill-sets into new environments Bernadette Daly Swanson and Meredith Saba, University of California Davis. CARL Conference, April 8-10, 2010, Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza, Sacramento California. People Make Libraries: Digging into Our Past and Polishing Our Present to Transform Our Future.
  • In-house Micro-content Video Production for the Health Sciences Libraries
    • Goal:
    • Create timely visual micro-content to meet the needs of faculty and students across a range of physical and digital environments.
    • Identify new ways to collaborate with students and faculty through media creation and sharing.
    “ Skill to do comes of doing.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Should we be in the movie business?
    • Do we really need them?
    “ Skill to do comes of doing.” Ralph Waldo Emerson make some movies!! YouTube Camtasia Captivate3 ... old? Video editors? Camera… iphone? Flip camera
  • We propose… Why? Goals? How and Where we will share these videos?
  • Sandbox! Start somewhere! Entering the realm of content creation & socially networked sharing Kaltura, Facebook, YouTube
  • Where do we start? Beginning to articulate our richness & expertise
  • In our YouTube Sandbox “ Skill to do comes of doing.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Goal: create visual micro-content for physical & virtual platforms & an array of devices “ The obvious is that which is never seen until someone expresses it simply.” Kahlil Gibran
  • Video Environments YouTube YouTubeEDU Facebook iTunesU Video Anywhere Blogs Websites CMSs Mobile phones Email Walk-by LCD Screens virtual environments (e.g.: Second Life) Video Destinations
  • 24 hours of video every minute “ Skill to do comes of doing.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
  •  
  • YouTubeEDU 2 & 4 year colleges & universities Creative commons licensing No length limits branded look 3D options (all)
  • YouTubeEDU Partner accounts, no limits, branding, account must use the name of institution
  • Storytelling & Digital Stories
  • Techniques for visualizing story & the art of being brief “ Heredity is nothing but stored environment.” Luther Burbank
  • Storytelling conveying of events in words, images, sounds… often with improvisation and embellishment. Narrative is a story that describes a sequence of events (fiction or non-fiction) digital story 
 A short, first-person video-narrative combining recorded voice, still & moving images, music or other sounds. 

 digital storyteller 
 Anyone (including librarians) who documents life, experience, ideas, or feelings through the use of story and digital media. http://www.storycenter.org
    • Five Card Flickr
    • Flickr Poet
    Online tools: “ Less is more.” Robert Browning, 1855 Getting Visual what do our words look like?
  • FlickrPoet
    • Enter 6 or more words
    • From your library’s web site
    • Refresh the page and try again
    • Research
    • Life
    • Library
    • Information
    • Digital
    • world
    Stories In Flight and FlickrPoet are © Thomas Sturm Hands-on #1 http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php
  • The fine art of brevity from Latin brevitās: shortness Quick glimpses & micro-content: trailers, commercials, classifieds, tweets
  • Six Word Stories memorable, bite sized, mini scripts with a beginning, middle, end or not "For Sale. Baby Shoes. Never Worn." Ernest Hemingway
  • Tell me an Extremely Brief Story like a…. 6 word story What’s the point? Lou Rera: Digital Stories: Flash Fiction http://www.nmc.org/preso/7665
  • Write a 6 word story Hands-on #2 Topic: Researching a subject/topic in your library “library research” Audience: first year students Note: Use the 3x5 cards so we can share them with you later. Wikipedia. Google. Found everything. Used nothing. Shields Library, UC Davis
  • Media Commons / Library Studios
    • Penn State University: Copyright, Fair Use, Free Media, Creative Commons
    • NCSU Libraries Learning Commons
    • Digital Media Commons Univ. of Michigan
    • Interactive Media Center, University Libraries, SUNY
    • Duke University Center for Instructional Technology
    • Video Fellows Program ’
    • (Best practices for using video in student assignments)
  • Offering more than video editing software
    • Fondren Library: Rice University
    • The Digital Media (DMC)
    • Equipment loans
    • Lab in the library
    • In-house expertise
    • Creating or using digital media
    • Jones Media Center: Dartmouth College Library
    • Advertising for an intern (1 year program)
    • Lending media equipment (mini camcorders, professional HD cameras with 3 day loan periods)
    • Additional lending policies
  • Mixing Rich Media Platforms: Anywhere YouTube & YouTubeEDU Facebook iTunesU Blogs Websites CMSs (SmartSite) Mobile phones Email Walk-by LCD Screens virtual environments (e.g.: Second Life) Still images Video Screen Capture Mixed media video audio
  • Screen Capture & Video “ I don’t know anything about music. In my line you don’t have to.” Elvis Presley Using screen capture products to record the screen & edit with bundled editing tools in (Camtasia, Captivate, ScreenFlow), free to mid-range video editors (Windows Media Maker, iMovie, Sony Vegas, etc., etc. OR non-linear video editors (NLEs: Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, etc.) +
  • Desktop or 3D Environment as Stage “ What is bought is cheaper than a gift.” Miguel de Cervantes, in Don Quixote (1605) Screen Capture Software (many options) + Environment/Stage: Moviestorm, iClone, Second Life ® or desktop image Katrina Brown ‘ Looking for a Better Thing”
  • Photos with Screen Capture of Library Studios Island, Second Life ®
  • Video resolution “ Thou shalt not carry moderation unto excess.” Arthur Koestler
  • Screen Resolutions YouTube Videos, iPhone, iPad, etc. iPhone 320x480 Video in Landscape: 480x320 iPad http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_resolutions YouTube’s Video Toolbox: http://www.youtube.com/video_toolbox Aardvark and everything else: http://www.google.com/support/youtube/ YouTube default view 320p 480x320 YouTube 720p HD YouTube 480p YouTube 1080p HD
  • Software from Free to $$$$$
  • Storyboarding using free software
    • Storyboard Pro from Atomic Learning
    • http://www.atomiclearning.com
    • Atomic Learning has a presence in Second Life.
    May 11, 2010
  • Planning
    • Story / event/ interview / demo
      • Write it down or type it out
      • OR
      • Use online screenwriting software such as Plotbot www .plotbot.com
    May 11, 2010
  • How do I record video? Screen Capture
    • PCs:
    • FRAPS (US$37) = video format is AVI
    • Camtasia (US$299 – Camtasia Studio 6 now in HD)
    • Captivate
    • WeGame (Free!)
    • Game Cam (US$25)
    • Macs:
    • iShowU (US$20 - $59)
    • SnapzProX (US$69)
    • Jing (free)
    • Screenflow ($99)
    • Linux:
    • XvidCap (free), glc (free)
    • RecordMyDesktop (free)
    • For recording machinima:
    • http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Movie_Recording
    • http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/ Machinima
  • What’s Free for screen capture / machinima? Online and Free: Screen Toaster (Online) http://www.screentoaster.com/ Free on your desktop & upload to Jing Jing (PC or Mac ) http://www.jingproject.com need 14.95 year pro version to upload to YouTube Trial Versions: Camtasia (trial version): http://www.techsmith.com/download/camtasiatrial.asp Current FRAPS (trial version) records audio: http://www.fraps.com Other: FRAPS: no audio, older version http ://www.majorgeeks.com/download3934.html Taksi: http://taksi.sourceforge.net WeGame (PC): http://www.wegame.com/download May 11, 2010 Online and Free: Screen Toaster (Online) http://www.screentoaster.com/ Free on your desktop & upload to Jing Jing (PC or Mac ) http://www.jingproject.com need 14.95 year pro version to upload to YouTube Trial Versions: Camtasia (trial version): http://www.techsmith.com/download/camtasiatrial.asp Current FRAPS (trial version) records audio: http://www.fraps.com RAPS: no audio, older version http ://www.majorgeeks.com/download3934.html Taksi: http://taksi.sourceforge.net WeGame (PC): http://www.wegame.com/download
  • Recording Voice Well Mac PC Linux Wiretap Studio $69 mac (29 day trial) Übercaster mac $79 Soundtap $30 mac & PC Total Recorder PC $18 Rogue Omoeba Audio Hijack Pro mac $32 Audacity (PC, GNU Linux record/edit) audacity.sourceforge.net glc Linux (video/audio)
  • Transliteracy The ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks. The modern meaning of the term combines literacy with the prefix trans-, which means "across; through", so a transliterate person is one who is literate across multiple media. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transliteracy
  • Transliteracy Articles Transliteracy: Crossing Divides http://tinyurl.com/2k8oqj Thomas, S., Joseph, C., Laccetti, J., Mason, B., Mills, S., Perril, S., and Pullinger, K. ‘Transliteracy: Crossing divides’. First Monday, 12 (12), 3 December 2007. Available at: http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2060/1908 (Accessed: April 4, 2010). Transliteracy: Take a Walk on the Wild Side http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla75/94-andretta-en.pdf
  • In-house librarian peer training for use with Camtasia Studio software. Video instruction books available through UC and other libraries Online individual training through Lynda.com http://www.lynda.com for professional level software, ($24.95 monthly) BAVC, San Francisco http://www.bavc.org Adobe’s ‘Digital School Collection - Teacher Resources’ includes assessment matrix http://www.adobe.com/education/instruction/adsc/ BBC Academy: some free training in area of journalism http://www.bbctraining.com/index.asp Searching Google for free resources and watching videos on YouTube! Training Ideas
  • Adobe products (PC & Mac)
    • Educational discount
    • Volume licensing
    • Copy of software for home use
    • Adobe TV
  • The Books! My WorldCat.org list:
  • The Books! My WorldCat.org list:
  • The Books! My WorldCat.org list:
  • Center for Social Media http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org
  • What are the Rewards? Supporting librarians’ instruction & outreach at UC Davis Self-serve collection of video content Specialized skill-sets for new working Environments (distance learning, etc) Happy librarian videographers & editors
  • Getting to Work: Editing
  • Post-production Editing, effects, audio design
    • Video editing / audio editing software
    • Free software for PCs or Macs (Windows Movie Maker or iMovie)
    • Commercial video/audio editing software ($29 to $$$$$)
    • Comparison of Video Editing Software (Wikipedia):
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_video_editing_software
    May 11, 2010
  • Post-production Great Tools for Quick Projects Virtual Dub (for compression & almost everything else) - $0 (free) http://www.virtualdub.org QuickTime Pro 7 ($29) http://www.apple.com/quicktime/ I couldn’t live without QuickTime Pro for quick encoding & slicing up long video footage into smaller clips. May 11, 2010
  • Online Editing & Hosting
    • Eyespot: www.eyespot.com
    • YouTube’s TestTube: www.youtube.com/testtube
    • Sites offer different features:
      • Create individual accounts for practicing (sandbox style)
      • Email video clips to your account
      • Edit online or add transitions, callouts, import audio or remix
    May 11, 2010
  • Hands-on Activities
    • Five Card Flickr
    • Flickr Poet
    Online tools: “ Less is more.” Robert Browning, 1855 Getting Visual what do our words look like?
  • FlickrPoet
    • Enter 6 or more words
    • From your library’s web site
    • Refresh the page and try again
    • Research
    • Life
    • Library
    • Information
    • Digital
    • world
    Stories In Flight and FlickrPoet are © Thomas Sturm Hands-on #1 http://www.storiesinflight.com/flickrpoet/index.php
  • Write a 6 word story Hands-on #2 Topic: Researching a subject/topic in your library “library research” Audience: first year students Use the 3x5 cards so we can share them with you later. Wikipedia. Google. Found everything. Used nothing.
  • Connecting Facebook & YouTube Hands-on #3 Click on Account Working on the important stuff: Overview (where any copyright infringement messages show up) Activity Sharing: We will use our Facbook login and password (see your accounts on the printouts) Now take 5 minutes to look around the other options (profile, picture, mail)
  • Customizing your YouTube Channel Working on tabs at top: Settings, themes & colors, modules, videos & playlists Hands-on #4 Click on My Channel Give your YouTube channel a name – it can be different from your login and URL Themes and Colors: click advanced link to change transparency & add an image to background (1024x1024 works well on large screens)
  • My Account: Playlists making playlists of other people’s videos and subscribing to channels Click on arrow next to your account name | on drop down menu select Playlists On left side: click on New to create a new playlist… name it Endnote Now click on the YouTube logo at top of page to go to main page… Now search for Endnote videos Hands-on #5
  • ‘ Save to’ your Playlist To add the video to YOUR playlist , click on the Save to button at bottom of the YouTube player You can vote on the video too… Videos and Playlists tab: NOTE: Be sure to select Playlists and then set the playlist to show up on your YouTube channel Hands-on #6
  • Annotating your Video & Using AudioSwap Go to your login name at top right of window: Select: My Videos from drop down menu Select a video you want to annotate or swap audio… Try out the audioswap to replace your current audio… it takes a couple of hours for YouTube to change the audio. Hands-on #5
  • Group Annotations Share the link with students or friends to collaborate on annotating the video… Hands-on #5
  • Ideas on the horizon… “ Skill to do comes of doing.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Discussion Question: How can include faculty and students in the story writing and video planning and production? Thank you!
  • Meredith Saba [email_address] Feel free to contact us anytime about anything: CARL Conference, April 8-10, 2010, Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza, Sacramento California. People Make Libraries: Digging into Our Past and Polishing Our Present to Transform Our Future. Photos & screenshots: istockphoto, Second Life®, UC Davis, YouTube video clips, Wikipedia, Shields Library, Carlson Health Sciences Library, Penn State, Duke, NCSU, University Libraries SUNY, Dartmouth College Library Bernadette Daly Swanson [email_address] Library Video Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/libraryvideochannel Machinima from the very beautiful Second Life ® : http://www.youtube.com/user/HVXSilverstar