Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Lesson 8: Media Authoring Session

There are many available tools for creating media, some commercial, some open source. The following lesson (recorded using camtasia) will show various types of tools to help you create media, such as videos, tutorials, podcasts, screencasts and mashups.

Please note that you will not be able to hear the audio for some of the demos shown in the recording. However, if you want to revisit those demos (to hear the audio) you can view the powerpoint option listed underneath the camtasia link. This contains the links that I discuss in the camtasia version.

Media Authoring-- Narrated Camtasia Version

https://netfiles.uiuc.edu:443/lmestre/media%20authoring/media_authoring_camtasia.html (Camtasia Version of the Power point)



This session will also show you how to use freely available software to quickly create your media using:
  • Windows Movie Maker (included on PCs) to make a movie
  • Jing (to freely create screen captures and to snap screen shots)
  • OneTrue Media (to freely create mash-ups using images/videos and then add music, effects, transitions)

Media Authoring -- Power Point Version (to go back to visit the links discussed)
https://netfiles.uiuc.edu:443/lmestre/media authoring/media_authoring_final.ppsx


Creating Your Own Media
Now it's your turn to create your media.
  • After viewing the camtasia session (and/or the Powerpoint) try creating your own media using any of the tools mentioned.
  • If you need help you can contact Lori Mestre lmestre@illinois.edu
  • Don't forget to attend the drop in help session for this (Monday, June 22nd at 11:00).


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