TECHSMITH CAMTASIA: TREC vs. AVI

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

While recording a software demonstration using the Camtasia Recorder, you have two choices when it comes to the file format for your video capture: TREC and AVI. Audio Video Interleave ( AVI ) is a popular Microsoft format that can contain both video and audio. AVIs can be imported into the Camtasia Editor or other eLearning development tools and multimedia editors. TREC files are a proprietary format developed by TechSmith.

TECHSMITH CAMTASIA: TREC vs. AVI

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

While recording a software demonstration using the Camtasia Recorder, you have two choices when it comes to the file format for your video capture: TREC and AVI. Audio Video Interleave ( AVI ) is a popular Microsoft format that can contain both video and audio. AVIs can be imported into the Camtasia Editor or other eLearning development tools and multimedia editors. TREC files are a proprietary format developed by TechSmith.

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How To Choose The Right Kind Of Video For Your Employee Training

QuoDeck

Video-based learning has become an important part of corporate training delivery today. In this article, I share pointers that will help you identify what training videos would work best for your employees. Choosing The Right Kind Of Video For Your Employee Training. Using videos for training employees has been around for a while. This is on account of the wider adoption of mobile learning and microlearning as they both leverage extensively on video-based learning.

Online Training Solutions and the Art of Enterprise Training Delivery

Kitaboo

Online training solutions, therefore, open up fresh avenues for organizations to customize their learning and development initiatives and gain more from their ROI. This being said, there are different types of training solutions, each with its own benefits, and you can choose one or a combination of many, in accordance with your learning and development goals. Initially, the web-based training solutions were in the.XML and.FLA format.

eLearning: The Origins of a Training Methodology

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Kevin Siegel        I've been creating eLearning since the early 1990s. Back then, eLearning (or E-Learning, pick your style) was known as CBT (Computer Based Training). My first attempts at creating software video training was with a program called CameraMan. That program was ahead of its time, allowing you to capture your mouse actions, add captions and audio, and then publish into a video format that could be viewed on most computers.

How To Choose The Right Kind Of Video For Your Employee Training

Adobe Captivate

Video-based learning has become an important part of corporate training delivery today. In this article, I share pointers that will help you identify what training videos would work best for your employees. Choosing The Right Kind Of Video For Your Employee Training. Using videos for training employees has been around for a while. This is on account of the wider adoption of mobile learning and microlearning as they both leverage extensively on video-based learning.

Make eLearning for the iPad for FREE

eLearning Weekly

I feel some guilty pleasure when other trainers and elearning developers become jealous of my elearning app for the iPad. Because the Mac iOS doesn’t support Flash, many of my colleagues haven’t been able to take advantage of the best elearning tool ever: the iPad. My app did not cost that much ($7,000 developed in 2010 and $4000 for upgrades in 2011). So, I will share my first efforts making elearning for the iPad.

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Joe Ganci – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

Since 1983, he has been involved in every aspect of multimedia and learning development. Joe holds a degree in Computer Science, and writes books and articles about eLearning. He is widely considered a guru for his expertise in eLearning development, and consults with clients worldwide. Joe is also a frequent teacher and presenter at industry conferences and at client sites, especially on the subject of eLearning development tools.

JOE GANCI – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

Since 1983, he has been involved in every aspect of multimedia and learning development. Joe holds a degree in Computer Science, and writes books and articles about eLearning. He is widely considered a guru for his expertise in eLearning development, and consults with clients worldwide. Joe is also a frequent teacher and presenter at industry conferences and at client sites, especially on the subject of eLearning development tools.

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

Learning and development professionals, including elearning developers, have to wear many hats. But it’s even more true for L&D/eLearning professionals who work in small learning development departments. This article is an interview (in text and video format–scroll to the bottom for the video version) with Emily Wood, who is her own “elearning department of one” at a non-profit based in Portland, Oregon.