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9 December 2007
Create Interactive Videos
Topic: vblogging

Aspterpix enables you to create links in your video. Hypervideo, or interactive video, makes video an interactive experience by allowing viewers to i) Get more information on objects of interest during video playback ii) Navigate directly to specific scenes that contain objects of interest without having to watch the entire video. Asterpix enables users to easily create interactive videos and share them through websites, blogs, and email.


Posted by tonywh2 at 9:27 AM EADT
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16 July 2007
Create a Collection of Your Favourite Videos
Topic: vblogging
Here you can create your own “pods” of video collections, and with their one click browser tools, you can create collections of web video from 1000s of different video sites, YouTube, Google, MySpace, just about anywhere that embeds flash video. You can do some customization of your “pod”, have categories, tags, comments– and it provides a cut and paste method to embed a “widget” in your blog.

Posted by tonywh2 at 9:11 AM NZT
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13 July 2007
Save The Videos You See On The Web
Topic: vblogging

StreamYard enables you to save the videos you see on the web, for example on YouTube. Simply enter the URL, download and then playback. Upload to a host service and embed in your wiki/blog.


Posted by tonywh2 at 6:41 PM NZT
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18 June 2007
YouTube Online Editor
Topic: vblogging

YouTube has launched its Remixer tool, which is available on TestTube. Check it out here. The remixer lets you add effects and graphics, text and audio, overlays and transitions to your YouTube videos, directly in your browser. The remix tool is powered by Adobe. It’s the same as Photobucket’s Remix tool, which is also powered by Adobe. So if you’ve become a pro with the Photobucket remixing tool, you’ll have no trouble with YouTube’s.


Posted by tonywh2 at 8:48 AM NZT
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25 April 2007
Make Internet TV
Topic: vblogging

This guide has step-by-step instructions for shooting, editing, and publishing online videos that can be watched and subscribed to by millions of people.  Very soon, this site will feature short videos from experienced internet video publishers. If you're interested in sharing your expertise, visit the Make Internet TV (MITV) wiki and find out how.


Posted by tonywh2 at 8:38 PM NZT
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9 March 2007
Online Converter - Download online videos direct to PC
Topic: vblogging
This service allows you convert a Flash Video / FLV file (Youtube's movie,etc) to MPEG4 (AVI/MOV/MP4/MP3/3GP) file online. When you submit an url, it will download and convert to the video format. Then you can download the converted file.

Posted by tonywh2 at 6:30 PM EADT
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13 February 2007
Video Podcast
Topic: vblogging

"Podesk is a unique and complete solution for video capture, encoding and podcast delivery. Everything is automated : a single drag?n?drop publishes your video straight to your web site, iTunes+iPod or iTV ! Record directly from your webcam, and Podesk will take care of the rest." Podesk is the only solution that combines a desktop utility that encodes video, prepares meta data and uploads the video, combined with an open source blog platform with all the tools to set up video podcast distribution easily."


Posted by tonywh2 at 5:55 PM EADT
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30 April 2005
Video on Websites and Blogs
Topic: vblogging
Windows Movie Maker makes integrating video and sound into websites and blogs amazingly easy. With Movie Maker, you can transform and compress your digital camera videos into 'movies' for uploading to your website or blog. Build your movie with a few simple drag-and-drops. Delete bad shots and include only the best scenes. Using third-party software you can even take movies you've made and turn them into DVDs. You can also save your movie back to the video tape in your camera to play back on a TV or on the camera itself.
Go to MightyCoach.com for free online tutorials and videos on using Movie Maker.
Demonstration exerciseHere is a demo (compressed approx. 30x's from the original video) of a vblogging exercise used in the Conceptual Skills class.

Posted by tonywh2 at 3:07 PM NZT
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