Tag: Mediasite Recorder
What do all engineering courses have in common? Complex equations and highly technical content.
For complicated courses on your campus especially, lecture capture can be a lifesaver. Your students can go back and review as much as they need to in order to understand the content. And their e-learning experience is even more valuable when that recording is in high-definition so that every single annotation made by their professor during class is crystal clear.
Last year, I learned how the words quick, light, and easy could change how I approach running (thanks to Christopher McDougall and his book, Born to Run). On a run last week, I was focusing on those three words when it struck me – these same three words could change how event planners, meeting planners and conference organizers integrate online audiences with live events.
Curious as to how they apply? Read on. I’ll work through the three in reverse order.
Make this the year you become your organization’s webcasting hero and Mediasite guru. Throughout 2011, we're providing several Mediasite training opportunities to help you make that goal a reality. Whether you’re a newer Mediasite user and need a comprehensive tutorial for the complete platform or you’re a seasoned user looking to pick up on more advanced Mediasite integration capabilities, you’re in luck. Check out these opportunities to hone your skills, learn from the best and be your own expert.
WARNING - This post is going to be a bit more technical than some of our others (but no less exciting!)
In Mediasite 5.4, communication between the remote recorder interface and the recorder has changed, affecting the TCP ports used, security settings available (including SSL encryption), and making recorder naming a more important consideration.
At InfoComm 2010 we announced our lastest mobile Mediasite Recorder - the new Mediasite ML. As you'll see in this video (embedded below and shot by our friends at rAVe Publications when they visited us), it's a pretty amazing little piece of hardware.
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A story on NPR this morning, "Lost King Speech To Be Heard After 50 Years" got me thinking: you may never know just how valuable the presentations you capture will become.
Back in January 1960, Bethel College in Newton, Kansas played host to Martin Luther King Jr. In preparing for the 50th anniversary celebration of that speech, college officials realized they didn't have a copy. No transcript. No audio. Nada.
During our webcast last week, How to Record a High Quality Multimedia Presentation, we covered a number of important concepts necessary to deliver a high quality multimedia experience: clothing, audio, lighting, framing the shot, equipment, etc. Unfortunately, we really didn’t have time to go into all of the Mediasite specifics and how they might impact your webcasts.