Shooting and uploading video to YouTube using a Smartphone or Tablet

…Any microphone benefits by being closer to the sound source, as long as you are aware of the proximity effect. What to use for recording and uploading to YouTube Tips for uploading video on all devices: Ensure that you’re connected via WiFi when uploading video to avoid excess data charges…

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Setting up a YouTube account to upload videos to

To upload videos to YouTube you’ll need: A Google account. All UTS staff and students have a Google account that is linked to their UTS email address (e.g. stu.dent@student.uts.edu.au). An active YouTube channel. Your Google account includes a YouTube Channel, but you must  activate your Channel before you can upload videos…

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Preparing and optimising your video for teaching

…good news is that you won’t really need to think too much about your video formats or compression when you upload to YouTube for playback through UTSonline. YouTube takes care of the technical details that relate to streaming your video in the best way to a variety of devices. As…

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Embedding a YouTube video in UTSOnline

To embed a YouTube video in UTSOnline you’ll need to: (a) get the embed code for your Video from YouTube and (b) enter the YouTube embed code into UTSOnline Part A: Getting the embed code from YouTube Important: These steps must be performed on the desktop version of the…

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How to create “Camera facing” video

…done on the first go Review your video and make another one Repeat step 4 Select the best one that includes all the dot points Upload it into your Youtube account Trim the start and end (if necessary) using the Youtube editing tools Grab the embed code and paste it…

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Pencast video

…explores Screencasting and Screen Recording in the Classroom many of the pedagogical drivers are similar and the same apps for screencasting can also be used to produce pencasts. A simple pencast setup with a tripod and tablet mount. The tablet is a camera, a video editor and a way to upload directly to YouTube. Some…

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Getting your video onto YouTube and embedding it into UTSOnline

Getting your video onto YouTube and embedding it into your UTSOnline subject site is a three step process. You’ll need to: Set up a YouTube account to upload videos to Create the video. Tools to enable you to create video content include QuickTime (Mac only), or a Smartphone or Tablet (Apple iOS…

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Captivate issues with embedded YouTube video

Target audience: Instructors Description: When playing a Captivate YouTube video, part of the video is cropped. Status: No fix identified by Adobe (Captivate vendor) at this stage. A workaround has been provided. Workaround: In Captivate, publish to HTML and not SWF so that the YouTube issue does not occur….

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How do I make my video in YouTube unlisted?

There are three options for your videos in YouTube. They can be public, private or unlisted. When you upload a video, by default it’s set as a “Public” video, which means that anybody can view it. You can manage the privacy settings and control who has access to view…

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Tips on using media in your online space

CC:pixabay.com/dawnfu Media is an ideal way of getting a message across and has become ubiquitous with the easy access to streaming servers such as YouTube. Videos, photos, maps, diagrams and graphs can convey complex ideas and can give a written message more impact. Media also encompasses images, audio…

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