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Screencast of the Week - Jay Bailey and RapidFire Video

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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. Jay uses stock images from iStockphoto and Dreamstime. This week's Screencast of the Week has it all - mountains, roads, half-pipes and road rash!

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Finally, you have the ability to enfuse your video lessons to websites and icons accompanied with links. 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. 3 Free Stock Images. The following websites are good resources to bookmark for free image searches: Unsplash.


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