When I go to a website such as CNN and a video starts playing automatically when I click on a link to a story, it drives me crazy. I’ve just found out how to stop that. Install the Chrome extension Disable HTML5 Autoplay. I installed it, and it does work.
A blog from Kaltura about why instructors should do video introductions.
TechSmith has announced its latest versions of Camtasia, 9 for Windows machines and 3 for Macs. Most of the improvements seem to be for recording and editing video.
I haven’t checked them out, but I think this article has some good resources. My main piece of advice for teachers who want to create videos for their classes is – Make you videos no more than five minutes long. Everyone hates having to watch long instructional videos. If you want to produce a video of an hour lecture, first decide you you can summarize it; then, break it up into several short videos.
The only ones I am familiar with are Adobe Voice and Echo 360. I have used Adobe Voice and like it.
I agree with Travis Grandy. Students won’t watch a 45 minute lecture on video. Most of them should be no more than 5 to 10 minutes.
The report has videos of each speaker you can watch.