Tag Archives: video
Google has announced that the editor and slide show tools are being removed as of September. These are capabilities that are attractive in schools because the video tools cost nothing to use. A notice now appears when these tools are … Continue reading
My wife must have passed the tech gene on to our kids. Kim is the photographer. Lynn takes video of her patients (she is a physical therapist working with children undergoing long-term she uses when she presents on her methods. … Continue reading
I have created a few YouTube videos which I intended as demonstrations to be embedded in our book resource pages. I found that the videos were being viewed more frequently directly from YouTube than from within the web pages. I … Continue reading
There are many who describe the online service they provide as archiving. I think of this as the identification, collection, and organization of valuable, existing resources. The provider does not generate the resources but provides a “value added” service built … Continue reading
Google has upgraded the YouTube iOS app to allow more sophisticated video production capabilities. I can’t claim to find the potential of postproduction editing on a phone that intriguing, but it is possible if you find yourself in the situation … Continue reading
Sal Kahn presents at MIT (also a bit about the MIT collaboration with the Kahn Academy).
Google offers a way to get content you have from the Google servers. The most recent addition to this service allows a way to download YouTube content. Here is a ReadWriteWeb post on the service. I gave it a try … Continue reading
I tend to pay attention to sites that offer data on trends in technology use. PEW offers new data on the popularity of video and photo sites.
Here is an answer to my own question (see below) – Lion comes with Quicktime 10. Hidden in the utilities folder is Quicktime 7. Who knew? Quicktime 7 can be used to create a progressive download video. There are many … Continue reading