Tag: video content management
Faculty created 25,000 videos – 14,800+ hours of content – with nearly 2 million views in first two years
Like many of our higher education customers, California State University-San Marcos (CSUSM) is a 10-year veteran when it comes to managing academic video with Mediasite Video Platform. In a recent CSUSM campus visit with Chuck Allen, Manager of eMedia & Learning Spaces, and Damon Adamo, Systems Engineer, I was inspired to learn how Mediasite swiftly […]
Mediasite by Sonic Foundry Named Preferred Video Content Management Solution for the California State University System
Sonic Foundry today announced its partnership with the California State University System (CSU) to offer a robust and cost-effective video management system to its 23 campuses. The CSU system and Sonic Foundry have signed a Master Enabling Agreement naming Mediasite Video Platform the preferred video management solution for its 470,000 students and 47,000 faculty and […]
We’re honored to wrap up 2015 with the accolades of several notable industry analysts. This year, we’ve been named a leader in webcasting, video content management and lecture capture. Sonic Foundry is: A Leader in the Aragon Research Globe™ for Video Content Management, 2015: Aragon attributes our leadership position to strong customer support; robust video […]
16,500 Videos, 185,000 Views, 4 Months: University Of Leeds, Sonic Foundry Share How It’s Done At BETT 2015
It’s been a whirlwind four months at University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. Since the university began its video capture and management program in September 2014, faculty and staff have created 16,500 videos — 14,000+ hours — that received 185,000 views. With impressive numbers like that it’s only fitting that the university be represented […]
When UW-La Crosse saw the analog writing on the wall, it embarked on a multiyear project to transform tens of thousands of hours of video footage into searchable digital files.
In the process they’ve opened hundreds of boxes of film and VCR tapes, and one huge Pandora’s Box of tough questions about video, including: What is fair use? Do different rules apply if it’s for an online course vs. face-to-face? Where will we store it? How will we search it? Will it be secure? Can I still show the video I’ve been using for years? What about copyright?
You may have seen this popular footage of a nuclear test Sandia Labs did back in the 80s. (It’s the first few seconds of the video.) Sandia crashed a US F4 Phantom Jet traveling at 500 MPH into a concrete wall built to withstand a nuclear blast. It worked, the jet was vaporized, and a Sandia employee calls it the most seen piece of video in the world.