Whether you are working to impress the boss or to share your favorite game tips with friends, virtually everyone is looking to YouTube videos to catch and create the latest trends. In the past, creating great videos has been a difficult proposition, it’s difficult to imagine how you can go from average video surfer to top notch video creator, but it doesn’t have to be that difficult to make YouTube videos, thanks to a cool new tool from Adobe.
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Guest post by Kevin Siegel, Founder and President, IconLogic, Inc.
During my last post I wrote about how you can import videos into an Adobe Presenter project. But what if, after inserting a video and Previewing, you discover that there is unwanted content at the beginning or end of the video? You’ll be happy to learn that Presenter offers a wonderfully simplistic way to edit inserted videos (without having to leave Presenter and start a third-party video editing tool).
On the Adobe Presenter tab, Insert group, click the Video drop-down menu and choose Edit.
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A few months ago, we invited you to say hello to Adobe Presenter 9. We are now excited to announce the availability of Adobe Presenter 9.0.2.
Now, this is more than a patch release. You could already analyse how students consumed the content at the granularity of a slide, with the Learner Dashboard feature introduced in Adobe Presenter 9. This update brings you the power of video analytics, enabling you to create video modules so that you can also analyse how students consume your content and decide if learner intervention is required – something that you will love, if you flip classrooms. When video analytics is enabled, the Learner Dashboard aggregates video content consumption at the granularity of 30 second video segments.
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Topic: Tracking Learner Interaction in Video-based Courses with Adobe Presenter 9
Description: Now-a-days, video is considered the best form of content delivery. There is a video available for almost everything. Even the trainers and educators are adopting this form of content delivery but there are some questions that plague their minds: Are my students watching the videos? Are they watching the videos more than once? How much are my students learning from these videos? Are these videos effective? Do the students have any doubts about the concepts they are being taught in the video? Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh in this interactive session to get answers to all these questions and more.
Flipped Classroom (sometimes called flipped teaching) is an approach to education that blends both online instruction and offline learning. Generally in Flipped Classrooms the online learning is done with videos and quizzes offered offline and this gives the teacher more time to spend engaging directly with learners in activities and exercises during class.
It earned the name ‘Flipped’ because traditional in class activities (like lecture) are moved to homework time, and traditional homework activities, are moved to the class meeting time. The advantage of this Continue reading…
Topic: Flip the Classroom with Adobe Presenter Video Creator!
Date and time: Thursday, 9th May, 2013 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM US/Pacific
Description: So you’ve been reading and hearing about flipped classrooms for quite some time, but not sure how implement it in your organization. Worry no more! Join Dr. Pooja Jaisingh as she takes you through an amazing journey of flipping the classroom with Adobe Presenter Video Creator. You will learn about the fundamental principles behind the flipped classroom, and how to easily migrate your lessons and lectures into online modules. You will also see a short demonstration on how to record video lectures in three simple steps using Presenter Video Creator which will equip you with the technology needs of the flipped classrooms.
Yesterday during our Captivate training session, we announced the results for Adobe Presenter Knowledge Sharing Contest. Thanks to Anita Horsley, Joe Ganci, and Nancy Rayes for judging the contest entries.
Here are the winning entries:
First prize goes to Dave Dunbar for his video on Using Xtranormal for Education to Engage Your Students! Dave has won $3000 cash as the first prize!
Second prize: Rod Ward for his video on New Infosemantics Widgets for Adobe Captivate. Rod has won a full licensed copy of Adobe eLearning Suite 6 + Logitech HD Webcam + Blue Yeti Mic
Third prize: Dave Buell for his video on Adding a Captivate Quiz to InDesign / DPS. Dave has won a full licensed copy of Adobe eLearning Suite 6 + Logitech HD Webcam + Blue Yeti Mic
Congratulations Dave Dunbar, Rod Ward, and Dave Buell for winning the contest! 🙂
Last week we announced the Knowledge Sharing Challenge at Adobe Learning Summit. It’s an amazing opportunity for anyone (eLearning Professional, Trainer, Subject Matter Expert, Instructional Designer, Knowledge Worker, You Name it) to compete for great prizes and show your colleagues what you can do. All you need to do is record a short video using Adobe Presenter Video Creator and share it on Facebook. Here’s a short video with more information about the contest: Continue reading…
August 22, 2012
1PM US Eastern
Join us for this free eSeminar
Join Adobe eLearning Evangelist, Dr. Allen Partridge for a very hands on session explaining how to create professional quality video productions from the comfort of your desk. Dr. Partridge will create examples live and give you his top tips to guarantee success when building your arsenal of video tutorials, marketing materials and more.
LINK: <a href="http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=set_registered&id=2082113&loc=en_us