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Creating Effective Videos for Libraries - Shared screen with speaker view
Scott Sundy
25:48
Welcome everyone and thanks for joining early! The audio is currently muted and we will be getting underway shortly at the top of the hour.
Ned Potter
27:27
Welcome everyone
Scott Sundy
28:33
Good Morning / Good Afternoon everyone! Welcome:) We will be getting started in just a few minutes.
Joy McLean
28:45
Good afternoon đź‘‹
Richard Stanton
29:55
Hi all
Assad Lahlou
30:34
Hi everyone
Scott Sundy
31:27
A link to access today's presentation slides is as follows: https://info.lww.com/rs/681-FHE-429/images/Creating%20Effective%20Videos%20-%20Ned%20Potter.pdf
Assad Lahlou
35:41
Will the recording be made available. The sound is coming very broken at my end
Hannah Skinner
36:01
yes, within 48 hours
Assad Lahlou
36:41
Thank you very much! I'll wait a bit and see whether it gets any better
Hannah Skinner
36:48
I hope so!
Laura Lipke
43:20
What about copyright infringement with paradies?
Assad Lahlou
46:16
Sorry I'm going to leave. The sound quality is too bad at my end and makes it very difficult to follow despite the slides.
Pamela [Not Provided]
54:37
In chat, change the To: to All panelists and attendees, if you want to share to everyone.
Alexis Carlson
54:40
can send to all panelists and attendees?
Morag Clarkson
55:34
My cat is the same:)
Breanne Kirsch
55:54
Here's one some students did in our library for a breakfast club song: https://youtu.be/rgHaOiL_6qw
Joy McLean
56:06
My child is the same!
Su Keill
57:22
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPMHAQ-j1S8 me and my colleagues found this one during the pandemic, kind of a play on an American car salesman advertising his local library
Dymphna McGettigan
58:09
Another good free video editing program is OpenShot
Joseph H, Richard III
58:28
I like to use Thinglink for tours. https://www.thinglink.com/en-us/
jacquelyn sundberg
58:45
Many libraries have institutional subscriptions to Camtasia, also a great tool
Rodrigo Marchiori Mazak
59:05
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjjilsYcNqM
Tom Hitchmough
59:06
Adobe Spark is great as well, very social media friendly too
jacquelyn sundberg
59:28
Thing link looks interesting!
Joy McLean
59:35
I like using Adobe Spark to edit.
Rodrigo Marchiori Mazak
01:00:02
This is the virtual tour to the library I work... sorry there is no caption, and the audio is portuguese only... It's in University of SĂŁo Paulo, in Brazil... I made it using Active presenter free edition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjjilsYcNqM
jacquelyn sundberg
01:00:31
We wind up using our phones to film, as usually they are far better than our cameras? Any recommendations on that front?
Joy McLean
01:01:34
We use Wakelet to curate and share videos
Su Keill
01:06:38
We us OBS (Open Broadcast Software) for recording/streaming
Míriam Basagaña i Farrés
01:06:49
can the audio recorded in the power point be edited in order to avoid atmosphere noises?
Alexis Carlson
01:07:08
what is that video called?
Kath Liddington
01:07:38
I was recommended OBS but the interface looked a bit unfriendly. Is it ok to use? Kath
Elaine Blair
01:07:53
We had the issue of making videos accessible and now have MS Stream which automatically transcribes though you still need to go through and correct the transcription.
Míriam Basagaña i Farrés
01:08:09
thanks
Dymphna McGettigan
01:09:09
Studying ASMR
Giannina Medell
01:09:49
I use OBS. It's much easier than it looks. There's tutorials that take you step by step if you search for them on YouTube.
Alexis Carlson
01:10:40
We have used Canva to make some videos: https://irsc.libguides.com/videos
jacquelyn sundberg
01:10:42
Was this recorded pre-pandemic?
Val Magno
01:10:50
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) https://library.fvtc.edu/UDL
Alexis Carlson
01:10:58
and I use Screencastify to show students how to fix APA style papers
jacquelyn sundberg
01:11:00
Right now it would be echoing silence!!
Val Magno
01:11:26
I realized I only sent to panelists FVTC Library Tour 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GaDdBzXCFA
Rachel Williams
01:12:04
I'll be busy researching library videos now!
Gail Hussey
01:12:10
If formats change, YouTube makes the change :-)
Iain Baird
01:13:16
How important are high production values to students? Will they accept something that doesn’t look too “high tech”?
Denise Rumschlag
01:14:00
1st attempt by solo medical librarian in a hospital https://www.powtoon.com/online-presentation/fxNpof9MXpl/?mode=movie#/
Laura Lipke
01:14:44
Fellow medical librarian here! Thanx for sharing Denise!
Joseph H, Richard III
01:14:50
Me too ^
Joseph H, Richard III
01:14:59
from Colorado
Faith Steele
01:15:01
Wave from VACO, thanks Denise!
Joy Vamvakaris
01:15:29
Do you have any specific tools to suggest for making animations? They're very popular nowadays and can be better in representation of diversity
Val Magno
01:15:30
I always turn off comments in blog or video. Too hard to monitor.
Tara Mawhinney
01:17:38
So great!
Joy Vamvakaris
01:17:39
That is brilliant!
Alexis Carlson
01:17:42
that is some serious study space etiquette
Stephanie Gibson
01:17:50
so good!
Gail Hussey
01:17:52
haha
Eudes Colodino
01:17:53
Beautiful vĂ­deo! Great
jacquelyn sundberg
01:17:54
In canada, I remember this!
Tara Mawhinney
01:18:01
Me too!
Mark Rowsey
01:18:04
Awesome! We did have a version of this in the USA a few years ago.
Natasha Smith
01:18:07
Absolutely brillant.
Joy McLean
01:18:07
Love this! Total nostalgia here.
Heather Roberts
01:18:08
That is superb! Love it! Totally remember this
Dymphna McGettigan
01:18:13
we had this in Ireland too haha
Giannina Medell
01:18:20
Yeah, I definitely remember this
Mark Rowsey
01:22:08
Vyond is another animated video tool. I haven’t used, but I’ve had colleagues that swear by it.
Martin Chandler
01:22:30
Audacity is so great to work with!
Lynn Crothall
01:22:44
I've used Audacity too, really easy.
Lindsay Hales
01:23:05
Thank you! This was wonderful!
Sharon Argov
01:23:10
Tis was exceptional! Thank you.
Thomas Keays
01:23:14
I use Fission (from Rogue Amoeba) to edit audio - can split and merge existing audio tracks very easily
Micki McIntyre
01:23:15
Thank you Ned, Yes, this was wonderful and practical!
Joy McLean
01:23:19
Definitely a few things to investigate
Giannina Medell
01:23:34
Thank you! Lots of useful tips :)
Faith Steele
01:23:38
slightly a different turn, but what to do for the blind?
Gail Hussey
01:23:39
Always inspiring Ned. Appreciating you.
Allison McArthur
01:23:39
Excellent session, thank you!
Val Magno
01:23:41
Great tips! Thanks :)
Kelly Bilz
01:23:41
Thank you!
Denise Rumschlag
01:23:51
Awesome thanks!
Laura Lipke
01:23:55
This has been great Ned thank you!!
Nikki Grant
01:23:56
Thank you Ned, really useful :)
Catherine Williams
01:24:00
Thank you very much.
Linda Matsuba
01:24:03
Great session!
Dede Rios
01:24:03
Excellent presentation - thank you!
Thomas Keays
01:24:06
Thank you! A very nice overview with great examples
Dawn Smith
01:24:10
This has been great! Very helpful and have some new ideas now!
Erica Rosalle
01:24:12
This was wonderful, thank you! I'm so excited to up my video production game.
Cheryl Sinclair
01:24:13
Thank you for great info
Meghan Di Rito
01:24:15
Thank you! Great session!
Joy McLean
01:24:17
Thanks Ned, this was brilliant. Great tips!
Faith Steele
01:24:21
This was great though, thank you, very informative!
Scott Sundy
01:24:23
Ned's Twitter is @ned_potter
Eudes Colodino
01:24:25
Thank you! Very useful tips, I'll search for all
Suzy Cuthbert
01:24:25
Really good, lots of ideas, thank you
Natasha Smith
01:24:27
Thanks Ned. Another informative and fun presentation.
Dymphna McGettigan
01:24:31
you can do that on youtube
Rodrigo Marchiori Mazak
01:24:31
Great presentation! Thank you!
Beth Edson
01:24:53
This was very helpful! Thank you! I use iMovie, but want to try some of these other tools.
Scott Sundy
01:24:55
For anyone interested in Ned's slides, they can be downloaded here: https://info.lww.com/rs/681-FHE-429/images/Creating%20Effective%20Videos%20-%20Ned%20Potter.pdf
Sagren Naidoo
01:24:58
Thank you Ned that was so awesome
Rachel Williams
01:25:00
Such a great session, fantastic presentation.
Felipe Luna [Not Provided]
01:25:09
Thanks for reminding me of those tools
Sue Franks
01:25:20
Doodly is great for animated videos - really easy to use. You have to pay but they have special offers of a one time payment for lifetime access!
jacquelyn sundberg
01:25:30
You can do this - linked transcript in Microsoft stream.
Andrew Doyle
01:25:34
This was a great session. Lots of useful tips. Thank you.
Kath Liddington
01:25:48
Microsoft teams video does this by recording a script which is searchable
Linda Bennett
01:26:00
Thank you Ned, great presentation
Martin Chandler
01:26:03
I made an introductory, very low-production tutorial on using Audacity (more for podcasting) for anyone who wants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivUC0yUtY94
Jessica Geter
01:26:05
Thanks for the Microsoft stream suggestion
Breanne Kirsch
01:26:07
What are your thoughts on background music? It can lead to information overload, but it can also help a boring topic...
Sue Franks
01:26:08
Brilliant session Ned - I've got so much to try out!
Heather Roberts
01:26:12
Thanks very much for your time!
Felipe Luna [Not Provided]
01:26:15
Very very interesting your webinar
Mark Rowsey
01:26:21
https://otter.ai/ or Rev.com may be able to help with transcripts, but they aren’t free.
Nathalie Richard
01:26:27
Thanks so much! This has been great, looking forward to checking out all the apps and videos.
Eilidh Mclean
01:26:30
fantastic presentation - thank you. So much to ponder!
jacquelyn sundberg
01:26:41
Thanks very much Ned! Great session
Scott Sundy
01:27:03
Don't forget to please complete our short survey which will appear in your browser as soon as we conclude the presentation. Your feedback is very valuable for future webinar planning efforts - thanks again everyone!
Dymphna McGettigan
01:27:06
any recommendations for royalty free music?
Carmel Carroll
01:27:06
Very interesting and useful tips, thanks
Frances Brady
01:27:12
thank you!
Rachel Williams
01:27:16
Thanks so much Ned