Live Blogging Podcamp: Steve Garfield's Thunderstorm of Podcasting

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

They can listen to the audio, follow links, and leave comments. You Can Use Your Phone or your digital camera with video: He demonstrated how to do an audio podcast with your cell phone and a video podcast with his camera using hipcast. (I He said the free and cheap programs for video making are imovie (mac) or moviemaker (pc) or quicktime pro. His camera is a Cannon SD300, but the newer versions have better audio quality. He uses quicktime pro to export it.

Connect with TechSoup at NCVS!

Tech Soup Blog

ReadyTalk — This standard for webinar production offers integrated slides, screensharing, live moderated chat, and high-quality recorded audio. Windows LiveMeeting — Our partners at Microsoft have been innovating web conferencing tools as convergence software , allowing for integration across Microsoft Office and Outlook in addition to synchronized audio and video. This post was written by Evonne Heyning , part of TechSoup's Community team.

Skype 52
Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Trending Sources

Learning Journal: Experimenting With Adding Music to Web Videos

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Lack of technical skills or software tools in cutting, splicing, fading the audio and weaving it with the video track. You can't "silence" the audio in the video by clip or sections of the story board. Tools: -Windows Movie Maker -QuickTime Pro. Reflection: This time I experimented with using QuickTime Pro as the audio editor and video editor. The next experiment will be to do a music video and turn the video audio off.

Music 50

Flickr As Presentation Tool: Screencast #2

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I originaly produced this at 800x600 as a SWF with highest quality audio/video and the resulting file was a whooping 72,000 KB. I rendered ten different versions (6 in SWF with different audio sampling and video frame rates and sizes) and 2 in Quicktime and 2 in WMF.) In the end, I decided to produce as a SWF at 640x480 size with second to highest audio/video quality. View the Screencast here.

Guest Post by Alan Levine: Social Media Recap from NMC 2009

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We managed to get a medium quality Quicktime stream that we put into Second Life, and higher quality Flash video stream , that we made available on the web. We just sent it out, but it is really great to have people provide feedback in audio, text, or video form. Submitted by Alan Levine, publisher of CogDogBlog Since it is already a week in the rear view mirror, this ought to be my last post about the 2009 NMC Summer Conference. Heck, i t’s time to start thinking about 2010.