Screencast of the Week - Jay Bailey and RapidFire Video

TechSmith Camtasia

Jay mentioned to me that in order to concentrate completely on both the voiceover and the video elements, he actually records the audio on its own and reads it as naturally as he can. Still others want to embed it, with the Flash player, on their site's home page. This week's Screencast of the Week has it all - mountains, roads, half-pipes and road rash! I heard from Jay Bailey of RapidFire Video recently about some of his recent screencasts.

Why Harry Redknapp is the best instructional designer this industry never had

Saffron Interactive

“People say it’s a complicated game now,” came Redknapp’s voiceover in a video the BBC ran last week, “but the last time I checked there were still two goals and the ball was still round, so it can’t be that much different.” These managers would graft their technical vision and tactics onto their players; make them run the lines that they wanted them to run on the pitch.

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Why Harry Redknapp is the best instructional designer this industry never had

Saffron Interactive

“People say it’s a complicated game now,” came Redknapp’s voiceover in a video the BBC ran last week, “but the last time I checked there were still two goals and the ball was still round, so it can’t be that much different.” These managers would graft their technical vision and tactics onto their players; make them run the lines that they wanted them to run on the pitch.

Adobe has posted a demo of Text to Speech in Captivate 4

Steve Howard

I tested out this feature on my cell phone (a Samsung BlackJack II ) by creating a small Captivate 4 demo and publishing it to my phone using the new Flash Lite Distributable Player. I wouldn’t recommend using Text to Speech this way as a habit, at least not for mobile devices, because what it does is embed an actual audio file, rather than converting the text on the fly.

The 34 Best Training Video Software – Full Comparison Guide

learnWorlds

Also, it includes a record player that works like a VCR and allows you to go over and review your recording frame-by-frame. You can then download your video, embed it on your blog, or share it via a URL.

The best infographic tools for online training

TalentLMS

Note: You’ll need Flash Player. As well as providing templates, there’s the option to embed images and videos from YouTube. There’s even the option to animate or include video and audio content — including recording your own voiceover.

85+ Top Tools & Resources for Course Creators

learnWorlds

LearnWorlds’ Interactive Video Player. LearnWorlds is the only course-platform that comes with a built-in interactive video player. The player adds a layer of interactivity on top of the videos with an easy-to-use editor. Once you finish, you can save these posters to your computer, share them for other users to see either through your website or embed it in wikis, external sites and social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter.

The Ultimate Video Marketing Playbook (2021)

TechSmith Camtasia

Once your video is on YouTube you can embed it on your website, so you don’t lose a visitor to your site, but you’re also building up an audience on YouTube as well. That should be in a much nicer player than YouTube.

Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content

BrightCarbon

Flash content also poses a security risk if the required plug-in Player is not regularly updated. Now you have a recording of your legacy Flash eLearning content that you can share with learners or embed in other training materials!