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bperry
Posted 11/3/2005 9:40 PM (#296)
Subject: Smartview Movie


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Location: Henry Clay
Does anyone know how to make a video using Smart-View like the video below?

Can I get around the 500kb max attachments size? I would like to show an example video of 2mb?

http://www.staff.fcps.net/bperry/solvingsystemsvideotutorial.swf

Click the link above to see the video?

Edited by bperry 11/3/2005 9:47 PM
jjones
Posted 11/4/2005 7:18 AM (#297 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
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Posts: 12

That's a flash file. It was probably produced on a computer using Macromedia Captivate, though there is a free-for-download program called Wink which will produce simple computer screen videos like that. They're reasonably easy to do...as long as you're talking about things you can view on your computer screen. Are you interested in this?

Jeffrey L. Jones, District TRT
rtallent
Posted 11/4/2005 8:48 AM (#298 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
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Location: SBIS Crawford
We are at BSHS.
bperry
Posted 11/4/2005 3:30 PM (#300 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie


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Location: Henry Clay
WE are at HCHS as well
bperry
Posted 11/4/2005 6:22 PM (#301 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie


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Location: Henry Clay
If you have flash Studio 8 can you make these movies?
jjones
Posted 11/10/2005 10:55 AM (#324 - in reply to #301)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
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Posts: 12

Captivate, I'm afraid, is not a part of the Studio suite. Maybe somebody ought to explore whether there's any money left over for this sort of thing? I'll shoot a note to Natalee.
nfeese
Posted 11/10/2005 1:38 PM (#327 - in reply to #324)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
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Location: IAKSS
How about discussing this on Monday at the FLASH group meeting??

Is this something that Dr. Swan would be able to teach along with FLASH or is this something totally different and would be recommended as a separate PD? I am game with either.

Also wondered how many FLASH members would want to learn "Captivate"?

We could then advertise to all MILC participants and see interest there as well.

I am guessing that Captivate products would appear in the instructional units that we write. That would be the connection to the grant budget.

Let me know how it goes!! Thanks!!!
jjones
Posted 11/11/2005 4:07 PM (#335 - in reply to #327)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
Technology

Posts: 12

OK, folks, I had a chat with Natalee (apparently a few minutes after she posted the above message...or maybe a few minutes before!).
1) Since the video example above is mostly a tech tutorial resource for skill training (which is what Captivate is used for), the first question which has to be answered is, how will that sort of thing embed in the units you're developing...that is, pedagogically? (I'm not sayin', I's just askin'! )
2) If you and Natalee are content with the answer to #1, then the next question is...who wants in? If it's just the Dr. Swan group, then you should ask Gerry if he's willing to support it. If others are interested (on a tech level, Captivate is a LOT easier than Flash), then we'll work up something outside of that group.
3) Natalee says there's enough $$ to buy a few copies of this, for those who might be interested...but such purchases have to be tied to pedagogy and training (hence #'s 1 and 2 above).

Opinions? Ideas? Cat-calls?
Jeff
ncrawfor
Posted 11/11/2005 9:07 PM (#339 - in reply to #335)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie


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Location: Lafayette
I am interested in this, as well, at LHS. I think we could fit this in our unit.
scombs
Posted 11/12/2005 9:11 AM (#342 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
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Location: Henry Clay
Very interested. Count me in.
bperry
Posted 11/12/2005 12:48 PM (#347 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie


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Posts: 281
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Location: Henry Clay
Of course I am interested! These movies would be good in a unit that the students would need to use the calculator or some other device that deals with a lot of button pushing. Does anyone know if you can record this type of thing with Smartview without Flash? I know you can create scripts in Smartview.
jjones
Posted 11/22/2005 5:27 PM (#390 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
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Posts: 12

OK, gang, I'll talk to Natalee and see if we can work something up. I have the software on order...
bperry
Posted 2/8/2006 8:01 PM (#623 - in reply to #296)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie


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Posts: 281
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Location: Henry Clay
did this software ever come ....
nfeese
Posted 2/13/2006 10:03 AM (#644 - in reply to #623)
Subject: RE: Smartview Movie
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Location: IAKSS
Jeff Jones will present Captivate at the last FLASH session on Wed. March 22 at Henry Clay.
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