Pod Spruce with Podsafe Music | Beaconfire Wire

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re considering launching a corporate or amateur podcast and want to jazz it up with some background music, ??pod pod safe music? will keep you on the safe side of copyright law internationally. ??Pod Pod safe music?

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What is in the Treaty of Marrakesh?

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

First, it makes creating a national domestic copyright exception an obligation of countries that ratify the Treaty. Second, the Treaty allows for easier import and export of accessible versions of books and other copyrighted works. So, this means books, periodicals and other similar textual works, including audio versions of those titles. It covers music in the form of sheet music, but not audio or videos of performances.

Learning Journal: Experimenting With Adding Music to Web Videos

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The next technique that I am exploring in my screencasting/videocasting skill set is the addition of music. I've resisted adding music for three stupid reasons: 1. My (incorrect) perception that non-copyrighted music is crap. Lack of technical skills or software tools in cutting, splicing, fading the audio and weaving it with the video track. Finding Good Quality Music Sources Isn't Impossible. So, I admit that I'm a wee bit of a music snob.

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Accessible eBooks for Equal Opportunity

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The Bookshare library is made possible by a copyright exception: Section 121 of the United States Copyright Act, also known as the Chafee Amendment. Students outside the United States are not covered by this national copyright exception, because every country has its own copyright law.

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Bringing Millions of Books to Billions of People: Making the Book Truly Accessible

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With a press of a virtual button, an ebook can be printed, displayed in large print (on a page or on a display), made into braille (on a page or on an electronic braille display), or read aloud as audio. I believe it is a combination of copyright exceptions and business model innovations.

Nonprofit Film School Primer: Or, The Idealware School of Video for Nonprofits That Don’t Video Good (Part 2)

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Part Two: Improving Audio and Content. If you follow the basic principles of video production, and know how and when to use certain equipment, you can avoid such common mistakes as shaky video, poor lighting, inaudible audio, and boring scenes that make videos look amateurish and cut through the crowd of bad cat videos. This time we look at how to improve the audio—and, more importantly, the content. Improving audio quality. Audio is, after all, the “A” in A/V).

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Internet Strategy on the Cheap: Tools and Resources

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Built-in mike MicroTrack 2 by M-Audio. Odeo: Free [link] Copyright Free Music Podsafe Music Network. Tomorrow, October 18th, Eric Leland of Leland Design , and I will be presenting about, "Internet Strategy on the Cheap" at the San Francisco Bay Area Nonprofit Boot Camp.

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111 Low-Cost or Free OnlineTools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

It’s good for branding your nonprofit and protecting the copyright of your photos. This website allows users to build visually appealing interactive timelines using video, audio, images, location, social media, and timestamps. Audioboo is a social network of audio recordings.

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100 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Animoto enables users to turn their photos, video clips, and music into videos that can be uploaded to YouTube and shared on the Social Web. This website allows users to build visually appealing interactive timelines using video, audio, images, location, social media, and timestamps.

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Reflections on Extension 2.0 Webinar

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Full of copyright issues. I wanted to use more video examples, but only selected one that was more of a music video in case the audio didn't work. Today, I did a Webinar called " 10 Steps To Extension 2.0 " for the National eXtension Institiative I had some deja vu.