There is a software product called Wirecast that synchs the
recordings and the slides automatically.
We've used it for a number of web cast projects and it works well.
On 16-Mar-07, at 4:38 PM, Smith,Devon wrote:
>> 2. Two camera's so the person at the podium can be composed inside
> their slides / demos.
> If I understand this, you're thinking that one camera would capture
> speaker, and the other would capture the slide presentation.
> If it's possible, wouldn't it be better to put the slides directly
> the video, rather than showing video of the projected slides?
> Screen capture could give the same option for demos, right?
> Or is that really tough?
> What I don't know about video capture/edit could just about fill the
> grand canyon.
> Given that, thanks to all the people who've pulled the video together.
> Community Effort++
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> You are all certainly welcome. I'm glad to be able to do the video.
> Thanks are due to Dan Scott and Karen Schneider for bringing their
> cameras and providing tapes. Karen shot the first 1.5 days of video
> too. Ryan Eby has done pretty much all the work getting the files on
> Google and posting / embedding on code4lib.org.
> I expect to be there next year, and perhaps we can raise the bar a bit
> more (but not too much.) Here are some ideas (suggestions are
> 1. Wired microphone for consistent sound 2. Two camera's so the person
> at the podium can be composed inside their slides / demos.
> We'll wait for the year after to try out 'bullet time' Matrix style
> shots. :) Any other suggestions?