All posts tagged "Video Editing"
Have You Seen the Lightboard at GVSU?
What is a Lightboard? The lightboard is an innovative teaching and learning tool that allows instructors to display their content while still being able to give both verbal and non-verbal cues to their students through video. When...
- Posted April 29, 2015
HOW TO: Video Conversion Part VI – Video Editing Software
One of the greatest challenges for an instructional technology professional, faculty member, or media producer is determining the best video encoding workflow for their source media content. In this six-part blog series, video guru (and Ensemble VP...
- Posted August 25, 2014
Ensemble Video Key Features
Secure Video Solutions for Educators Ensemble Video is a system for managing large collections of digital video and audio files. Ensemble provides much-needed media management capabilities to support teaching, learning, and communications. Ensemble Video simplifies video management...
- Posted April 1, 2014
GUEST BLOG: Why Outsource Video Production?
What goes into producing a successful video that will engage faculty, staff, students, or alumni? A lot, as I’m sure you’re well aware. If you’re looking to record a simple training session, board meeting, talking head video,...
- Posted December 11, 2013
TOP 5 New Features
Ensemble Video enables hundreds of progressive organizations across the globe to accelerate learning, increase viewer engagement, improve knowledge sharing, and reduce the cost of doing business. So far in 2013, Ensemble released two back-to-back software upgrades (versions 3.4...
- Posted June 6, 2013
HOW TO: Create an Ensemble-ready MP4 from Compressor 4
Video editors at a chic Cincinnati video production company utilize Final Cut Pro and Compressor 4 to edit and compress their streaming media content and use Ensemble Video to deliver that optimized streaming file to desktops, laptops...
- Posted August 29, 2011
HOW TO: Convert DVD (VOB) Files to Editable MPEGs
One of the keys to developing a content rich online video platform is being able to capture, edit and convert content from a DVD. In this entry, I’ll show you a quick way to acquire and stitch...
- Posted January 13, 2011
HOW TO: Use Jing Screen Capture & SWF files with Ensemble
Jing is a cool screen capture tool popular among educators and IT trainers in higher education as well as K-12. The FREE version creates SWF files which technically aren’t video files, and they need to be uploaded...
- Posted September 23, 2010
CHALLENGE: Valuable Video Trapped on Legacy Media
A treasure trove of video content is locked up in legacy tape- and disk-based media. Converting to streaming formats is moving to the front burner for all types and sizes of organizations. While you can spend a...
- Posted April 29, 2010
COOL TOOL: MS Expression Encoder 3
If you’re a PC user and want an easy, inexpensive tool to do some basic edits on Windows Media, AVI, M4V, MOV, or MP4 files, then Microsoft Expression Encoder is a tool you should consider. While output...
- Posted March 24, 2010