PowerPoint 2010: Inserting YouTubeVideos

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According to their recent reports, every minute 35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube. That's up 10 hours from their report released just last March of 24 hours of video a minute.) In the latest version (2010), uploading videos from the web is easier than ever.

PowerPoint 2010: Converting Presentations to Movies

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PowerPoint 2010 has a new feature allowing presentations to quickly and easily be saved directly to.wmv (Windows Media Video) format. Open the presentation within PowerPoint 2010.   From the Save as Type drop-down menu, select Windows Media Video (*.wmv).   Notice the Creating video progress bar appears at the bottom of your screen. When you use PowerPoint 2010 to Save As a.wmv file, all of your transitions and animations stay in tact.

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eLearning & mLearning: Everything You Need to Know About Graphics, Part I

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Dynamic Images are images that can move (such as video). Researchers wanted to know if people learned procedural tasks best by watching a video or working through step-by-step instructions that include images. Dynamic Images In a study by Stefan Hartmann for the University of Erfurt, student participants were split into groups and shown how to fold origami by different means of instruction (video, still images, video with audio, and still images with audio).

Five Tips for Creating Graphics for Mobile Devices

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Image Formats: png should be your preferred format (as against.gif) as it has greater color depth and is fully lossless with variable transparency. You can also create animations in Flash and convert that to video formats that the smart phones support.

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"Don't Touch/Wet Paint!" - "E"-Learning Vendors Try to Go "M"

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the stated supported video formats for smartphones are simply wrong to anyone who is actually delivering video files to Apple iPhones and Windows Mobile devices). I had a good chuckle today after receiving my latest emailed copy of the eLearning Guild 's eLearningInsider update.

mLearning Content Types - Level 6: Rich Media

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Level 6 is the final stage of the mlearning content model comprising rich-media formats such as podcasts or video, targeted firmly at the smartphone/netbook audience. Level 6 Content Types The CellCast Solution supports media-based content in podcast audio and video formats.

Media Encoding Tools for Mobile Learning

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My friend and colleague Brent Schlenker posted a Tweet yesterday that both caught my attention and also quickly made the rounds through the SoMe ecosystem which read: Making Video Encoding Easy and Affordable with Encoding.com [link] This is VERY cool! Their mission, as stated on their corporate web site, is as follows: "Until we launched Encoding.com in the summer of 2008, video platform operators had two choices: inflexible encoding software or expensive hardware encoding appliances.

Make eLearning for the iPad for FREE

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My app did not cost that much ($7,000 developed in 2010 and $4000 for upgrades in 2011). Simply add text, images and video. Formatting must be simple so the epub file can adapt to various sizes when viewed. If you get errors, it is probably related to formatting that epub files don’t support. It is best to keep the formatting simple — let iBooks do the work of making your module look great.

HTML 5 and eLearning Development

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It makes HTML more powerful by adding new elements like video and audio. Video & Audio – You can play video or audio in HTML 5 WITHOUT any plug-in required (like Flash or Silverlight], simply by using the new audio and video markup tags.

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HTML 5 and eLearning Development

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It makes HTML more powerful by adding new elements like video and audio. Video & Audio – You can play video or audio in HTML 5 WITHOUT any plug-in required (like Flash or Silverlight], simply by using the new audio and video markup tags.