Ways with Audio and Video

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Ways with Audio and Video by Mind Map: Ways with Audio and Video

1. Distribution

1.1. Streaming media server

1.1.1. ALPS example

1.2. Meds podcast site

1.3. Meds ERA licence site

1.4. Healthcare Online learning resources

1.5. External Video Sharing

1.6. Elgg

1.6.1. RSS feeds

1.7. Personal approach

1.8. LuTube

1.8.1. LuTube community

2. Content creation

2.1. Media Services

2.2. Audio

2.2.1. Capturing

2.2.1.1. Zoom H2 £140

2.2.1.2. Samson USB mic £56

2.2.1.3. USB headset

2.2.2. Editing

2.2.2.1. Audacity

2.2.2.2. Audition

2.3. Video

2.3.1. Capturing

2.3.1.1. Cameras

2.3.1.1.1. in buillt / external mics?

2.3.1.1.2. SONY PC-330 DV camera

2.3.1.1.3. JVC GZ-MG330A

2.3.1.1.4. Sanyo Xacti

2.3.1.1.5. webcams - logitech

2.3.2. Editing / creating

2.3.2.1. Simple / bundled

2.3.2.1.1. Movie Maker

2.3.2.1.2. PhotoStory

2.3.2.1.3. iMovie

2.3.2.2. Complex / Commercial

2.3.2.2.1. Sony Vegas Pro

2.3.2.2.2. Premiere (elements)

2.3.2.2.3. After Effects

2.3.2.2.4. Flash

2.3.2.2.5. avid

2.3.2.3. Screencapture

2.3.2.3.1. camtasia

2.3.2.3.2. screencast-o-matic

2.3.2.3.3. Captivate

2.3.3. video capture?

2.4. Output

2.4.1. File formats

2.4.2. Compression

2.4.2.1. wmv

2.4.2.2. swf / flv

2.4.2.3. h.264

2.4.2.4. MPEG4

2.4.2.5. MP3

2.4.3. Media Convert

2.4.4. Real producer

2.4.5. Super

2.4.6. Prism

2.4.7. VLE advice for Streaming server

2.5. support site

2.6. wirecasting

3. Current practice

3.1. Podcasting

3.1.1. Pcast Case studies

3.1.2. Podcasting community

3.1.3. PPP SIG

3.1.4. Delivered through own server

3.1.5. Delivered through Elgg

3.1.5.1. link to blog

3.1.5.2. RSS feed

3.2. Streamed audio

3.2.1. Classics (Penny Goodman)

3.3. Video case studies

3.3.1. Video from the streaming video server

3.3.1.1. ALPS

3.3.2. Embedded Video

3.3.2.1. AMP - pvac

3.3.2.2. Skills centre - group work

3.3.3. Downloadable video / Vodcasts

4. what do academics want to do?

4.1. Feedback

4.1.1. Group feedback

4.1.2. Individual Feedback

5. Forms of Audio and Video

5.1. Audio

5.1.1. lecture / seminar groups

5.1.2. packaged reports

5.1.3. actuality montage

5.1.4. interview

5.2. Video

5.2.1. Screencapture

5.2.2. talking head

5.2.3. digital stories

5.2.4. events

5.2.5. instructional

5.2.6. simulation

5.2.7. think aloud

5.2.8. fly on the wall

5.2.9. real - life

6. Storage

7. Benefits

7.1. image

7.1.1. deliver material

7.1.2. enhance research

7.1.3. primary reserach

7.1.4. bring field work alive

7.1.5. improve retention

7.1.6. demonstrate visual skills

7.1.7. emotional appeal

7.2. Interactivity

7.2.1. access

7.2.2. choice

7.2.3. control

7.3. Integration

7.3.1. Examples

7.3.1.1. NM

7.3.1.2. Group

7.3.1.3. MR

7.3.2. problems with submission

7.3.3. portfolio building

8. Drivers

8.1. advanced functionality

8.2. ease of creation

8.3. wow factor

8.4. thetime has come

8.5. VLE faciltates distribution

8.6. expecations of digital natives

8.7. appropriate for online medium

8.8. media rich content

9. Challenges

9.1. VHS conversion

9.2. lack of content

9.3. copyright

9.4. editing

9.5. show the value - opportunity to re-arrange the blend

9.6. "start again"

9.7. seen as additional -proove benefit?

9.8. how to encourage deep learning?

9.9. paranoia

9.10. accessibility

10. Ways to deliver

10.1. articulate

10.2. AMP

10.2.1. Example from PVAC

10.3. Wimba

10.3.1. Wimba Voice Tools

10.3.1.1. Voice board

10.3.1.2. Voice Presenter

10.3.1.3. Podcaster

10.3.1.4. Voice E-mail

10.3.1.5. Voice Direct

10.3.2. Wimba Live Classroom

10.4. RSS / podcasts

10.5. audio feedback

10.6. Second life

10.7. Mobile platforms

10.8. embedded into wikis

10.9. inserted in course genie

10.10. streaming

10.11. direct download

10.12. CD / DVD

10.13. embedded in VLE page

11. third party content

11.1. SDDU resource

12. Considerations

12.1. ERA plus

12.2. guidelines for conversion