Podcasting for E-Learning: Setting Audacity Preferences

The E-Learning Curve

If you’re recording music, select the Record in Stereo check box. The higher the sample rate, the better quality your audio, but the larger the file size will be. Tags: digital audio file format Audio content development Audacity content production process educational media technology in education podcast authoring podcast

Podcasting for E-Learning – Tour of Audacity’s User Interface

The E-Learning Curve

Here, I have indicated the point where the intro music begins, and the point where the first voice-over should start. There are two types of audio file in Figure 3: a stereo file which is typically used for music, and a mono file, which we use for narration. If you record a voice-over in stereo, you only double the file size, for no gain in quality. Edit/Duplicate will not create a new audio file.

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How to Design Fantastic M-Learning with 9 Guidelines

Infopro Learning

Things like connection speeds will help you determine the technology to use for your m-learning, and also the file size and the type of elements you use. Make bit-sized learning. Know the size and resolution. Wisely choose graphics for your m-learning module based on the device resolution and size. This helps to edit each graphic element separately by changing the shape, size, position and adding color.

Delivering content in multiple formats – A common publishing challenge?

Magic EdTech

All these resources can be offered in the following content formats: PDFs : This format is rather common but requires that publishers reduce file size. MP4 : This is a digital multimedia file format that is widely used to stream videos online. It uses advanced video and audio coding, compressing files while retaining high quality. . MP3 : This is a digital audio file format that compresses audio while maintaining high quality sound.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

In LearnUpon, a content library is a repository of reusable content, like videos, documents, question pools, SCORM and xAPI (Tin Can) files, from which a course can be created. Originally used to compress image files, nowadays it’s best known for moving images which are a lightweight alternative to video. It usually takes the form of bite-sized courses that learners can access and complete while on-the-job. Manifest File. Podcast.

The Ultimate Video Marketing Playbook (2021)

TechSmith Camtasia

One TechSmith live stream gets: Posted on YouTube Added to our podcast feed Created into a blog post Cut into clips for social media Created into social graphics. I use my Yeti podcasting microphone and move it out of the video frame.