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Do You Hear That? It’s Your eLearning Course Sounding Better

eLearning Brothers

Even if you happen to have a microphone, it should be noted that there are tremendous differences in audio quality between the plethora of mics available. However, when you record a voice, the microphone picks up those breaths much louder than we’re used to hearing. You could export to 320 kbps but that kind of quality is unnecessary and will just be a larger file size.

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5 Mistakes eLearning Developers Often Make

eFront

Group images, video, and audio files and text for use in constructing your eLearning course. Watch out for file size limitations, an extremely annoying shortcoming in some eLearning tools. These force you to edit your content (audio and video) into a smaller size, thereby robbing its meaning altogether! eLearning has advanced plenty in these past few years. Use a script.

Top 10 Screen Recording Software for Windows

eLearning Brothers

create videos in a variety of commonly used file types. CamStudio’s website claims its software is so easy to use, you can learn it in a matter of minutes, thanks to their built-in help files. CamStudio’s website claims the file size of the videos you create with their software will be smaller in size than other leading video screen recorders, and have great quality.

Silence, in eLearning, is Not Always Golden

Mindflash

Think about getting a good microphone, excellent script writing, how to “do-it-yourself” and when to hire a voice-over professional. Creating downloadable audio files for later use ( performance support ). How audio file size affects performance. You can always delete this “test course” later. So, what is audio “good for”? Combining Auditory and Visual Learning Styles.

ScobleShow: Joe Kraus of Jotspot and vlogging key learnings

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

It looks like Joe had the only microphone clipped to his shirt and Robert went without. Video makes for a HUGE file size even if it is streaming, so make it worth the wait. On my flight to San Francisco I watched the ScobleShow for the first time on my iPod. For my first selection I watched the Interview with Joe Kraus of Jotspot because I'm a bug fan of wikis.

Screencast of the Week - Red Gate, Coding by the Sea

Visual Lounge

Pay as much attention to your audio as you do to 'what's happening on the screen' * Static photos with a good voice narration work very well because your speakers can talk more freely without a camera in their face and videos with moving heads + lips need a really high frame rate to look good so you'll save on overall file size without them. This video is just a little different.