This tutorial gives you a quick overview on how to add a live audio or video feed of your radio station, corporate event, analyst call or almost any live event to your web site.
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An introduction to the ITU-T H.263 video compression standard: concepts, features and implementation
There are many dedicated video encoding software products.
Video Podcasting & Vlogging
Shooting Video for the Web requires a more limited set of techniques than shooting for tape. The key is knowing what techniques to limit.
Shooting video to be transmitted over the internet places certain limitations on the video you shoot.
This is a sneak peek at the script for our upcoming video on streaming.
You've just been asked to produce a short video training program that will be distributed on CD-ROM. Or a multimedia publisher has hired you to shoot video footage for a new computer game.
Go from the camera to the Web page. And go beyond print and TV.
People invariably make the same sets of mistakes when they first start shooting video. Here are some shooting tips to help you avoid some of these common mistakes.
Many individuals who shoot good home movies, and companies that do professional broadcast video, assume that shooting video for multimedia CD-ROM or Web is the same. It isn't!
With the increasingly affordable equipment and editing tools available today, its possible to turn out professional-looking online video quicker than youd expect.
Freelance writers, bloggers and independent journalists yearning to use video on the Internet, grab your PDAs. Use these tips to help you begin shooting and editing your own Web video stories.
Video clips enliven any Web site, but shooting video that looks good when viewed in a Web browser involves more than just pointing the camera and pressing a button.
Microsoft's Windows Movie Maker is free video editing suite that is part of Windows ME and XP installation. It is quite easy to use and has a range of features that should satify the beginner (we've actually edited great DV quality 60 minute films on it!).
"Adobe's family of post-production software applications offers professionals and home users alike the tools to deliver stunning results on film, video, and DVD."
"Hands-On Guide to Webcasting" addresses the fastest growing web application, brodcasting live audio and video on the internet.
"In this session, we will discuss the technical criteria for creation of high-quality audio and video."
This article discusses the different types of microphones, and what to look for in audio recording devices.
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