Video on the Web – 23 Things Kansas

This year, the senior production students were required to post their movies  to YouTube and to embed them in their blogs. For their videos, they’ve primarily used digital photos with a musical background and turned it into a movie with iPhoto (Photo Story on a PC).

Yesterday, we had a teacher want to video their presentation so that students at a conference could view it. We used a Flip camera to record the presentation. However, I ran into problems trying to upload the video to YouTube. Of course, it was too long. I used Movie Maker to split the file into 3 different files. Since the upload was not working, I used QuickMediaConverter to convert the files from the native avi format into mpeg4 format. Even though this is a time consuming process, it is a valuable tool for this situation.

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