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Class Act: The Future of Educational Video?

It's time digital media becomes an adjunct to writing for college students and instructors, and schools, colleges, and universities should provide basic audio and video production skills.
Fri., Nov. 16, by Paul Riismandel
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Nov 2007

Class Act: ROI in the EDU

Increasingly, educational technologists are asked to weigh the costs in money and labor of technologies with tangible, demonstrable returns.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Aug 2007

Adobe’s Visual Communicator 3 Integrates with Flash Media Server

New version of Serious Magic’s flagship product adds multicamera preview and seamless Flash Video output at a reduced price.
Mon., June 25, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Jun 2007

Commentary: Class Act—Educational Media: Changing in a Flash

The academy is a breeding ground for technological innovation, but sometimes lags behind when it comes to actually adopting it. Such is the case with Flash—universities are beginning to deploy it, but slowly.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jun 2007

Review: Adobe Captivate 2

Captivate 2 is a "must download" for anyone creating application-based screen cams, online quizzes, or simulations, and—despite some significant flaws—don’t be surprised if you quickly find it invaluable as a standalone tool or a way to supplement video training materials.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 May 2007

Commentary: Streaming in the Ivory Tower

Educators can learn a lot from the enterprise side of the streaming media industry, where ROI and audience data comprise core metrics. Likewise, the rest of the industry can learn a lot from educators who are faced with making media pay off with very tangible results: better grades and better jobs.
Sun., May 6, by Paul Riismandel
Featured Articles, Posted 06 May 2007

Flash Media Encoder: You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet

The quiet release last month of Flash Media Encoder was exciting enough for Flash devotees. But, according to Adobe, the real excitement is yet to come, as future products and partnerships expand FME's presence and power.
Mon., Mar. 12, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2007

How to Shop for Video Hosting

Since no two providers seem to name and sell their services in the same way, here is a list of the five most important questions you’ll want to ask when evaluating any provider.
Mon., Feb. 12, by Dan Rayburn
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2007

Streams of Thought: Passing It On: Recording (and Consuming) Our Hobbies and Habits

Several sites have sprung up recently that feature consumer-generated, how-to video content, a trend that carries with it deeper social meaning than initially meets the eye. Each of these sites—ViewDo.com, VideoJug.com, and ExpertVillage—have several social drivers in common.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2006

Schooled in Streaming

While streaming media has not yet achieved BMOC status at colleges and universities, it is no longer a wet-behind-the-ears freshman plebe. Many schools have caught on to streaming media and tried it, and now they are ready to take it to the next grade level. Such is the case at Lamar University, Marist College, Seattle Community Colleges, and on the main campus at Sandia National Laboratory.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Nov 2006

If You Webcast It, How Many Will Come?

Too many viewers can result in unforeseen delivery costs and overwhelm your infrastructure. Too few viewers, on the other hand, can leave you paying for bandwidth that goes unused. As a result, properly estimating the size of a webcast’s audience is often essential to its success.
Mon., Oct. 30, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Oct 2006

Tutorial: Shooting Top-Quality Streaming Video—How to Minimize Motion

Excessive motion can ruin otherwise terrific video. From codec to camera to edit, this tutorial tells you how to keep it to a minimum
Fri., Oct. 6, by Jan Ozer
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2006

Acacia Update: No News Is Good News?

Acacia’s DMT enforcement has slowed down in 2006, but they’ve acquired other patents that may be relevant to the streaming industry, and the company’s bottom line has never looked better.
Tues., Sept. 5, by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Sep 2006

Rod Bacon, President and Co-founder of Media Publisher, Inc.

Streaming in the Enterprise
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Sep 2006

iPodding InfoComm 06

The addition of podcast integration into rich media recording workflows highlighted product upgrades announced by Accordent, Anystream, and Sonic Foundry.
Mon., June 12, by Tim Siglin
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jun 2006

Case Study: Flash Earns Pole Position for Safety-Kleen’s Video Training

The parts washer manufacturer and NASCAR sponsor left videotape behind as soon as Flash offered video support. Now, the company saves both time and money by delivering all of its sales and customer training online.
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Apr 2006

Breeze: “A Wonderful Juxtaposition of Synchronous and Asynchronous”

ULiveandLearn uses Macromedia Breeze by Adobe to build online training programs, including one in the works for media training guru TJ Walker.
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2006

Court Upholds Claim Construction Findings Against Acacia Technologies

While significant in terms of helping the case of the adult entertainment defendants, Acacia’s DMT patents are still a long ways from being officially ruled legitimate or invalid.
by Geoff Daily
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2006

The Blackboard LMS Goes to Medical School

Integrating streaming media into learning management systems is the latest trend in education
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jan 2006

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