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Using Audio & Video
in the Library
Michael Sauers
Michigan Small & Rural Libraries Conference
1 May 2014
AUDIO
Examples & Ideas
Recording
• Microphones
– Headset / Standalone
– USB / Mini / XLR
Editing
• Audacity (Open Source,
Multi-platform)
• Garage Band (Mac)
Distribution
VIDEO
Examples & Ideas
• Events
• Video Tours
• Instruction
• Fun!
Tour of Washburn
Libraries
Craft Shop
What’s Sally
Reading?
Reading
Rooster
Sammy Interviews
Cory Doctorow
Zombies Natural Habitat
March of the Librarians
Stuffed Animal
Sleepover
Port Washington Public
Library Staff are Happy
Bródy Sándor Public
Library is Happy
New Spice:
Study Like a Scholar,
Scholar
Pre-Production
• Script
• Storyboards
• Lightning
• Sound
• Cue cards
Recording Software
• Camera
• Screencasting
• YouTube
• Qik
• Digitizing existing analog video
Camera Options
• Professional (Tape)
• Point-and-Shoot or DSLR (SD Card)
• Flipcam (Built-in storage)
• Cellphone
Tripods
Recording Quality
• Standard Definition
– 480p
• High Definition
– 720p
– 1080i
– 1080p
• Ultra High Definition
– 4K & 8K
Editing
• Free
– Windows (Live) Movie Maker
– iMovie
– Lightworks
• $$$
– Final Cut Pro
– Adobe Premier
Welcome to
Mallville, Danielle
Screencasting
• Great for instructional videos
• Software
– Screencastomatic.com
– Microsoft Expression Encoder 4
• Record...
Nebraska Libraries on
the Web tutorials
Distribution
VHS -> Digital
Thank you!
Michael Sauers
msauers@travelinlibrarian.info
http://www.travelinlibrarian.info/
http://www.slideshare.net/trav...
Using Audio & Video in the Library
Using Audio & Video in the Library
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Using Audio & Video in the Library

Presented at the Michigan Small & Rural Libraries Conference on Macinac Island, 1 May 2014

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Using Audio & Video in the Library

  1. 1. Using Audio & Video in the Library Michael Sauers Michigan Small & Rural Libraries Conference 1 May 2014
  2. 2. AUDIO
  3. 3. Examples & Ideas
  4. 4. Recording • Microphones – Headset / Standalone – USB / Mini / XLR
  5. 5. Editing • Audacity (Open Source, Multi-platform) • Garage Band (Mac)
  6. 6. Distribution
  7. 7. VIDEO
  8. 8. Examples & Ideas • Events • Video Tours • Instruction • Fun!
  9. 9. Tour of Washburn Libraries
  10. 10. Craft Shop
  11. 11. What’s Sally Reading?
  12. 12. Reading Rooster
  13. 13. Sammy Interviews Cory Doctorow
  14. 14. Zombies Natural Habitat
  15. 15. March of the Librarians
  16. 16. Stuffed Animal Sleepover
  17. 17. Port Washington Public Library Staff are Happy
  18. 18. Bródy Sándor Public Library is Happy
  19. 19. New Spice: Study Like a Scholar, Scholar
  20. 20. Pre-Production • Script • Storyboards • Lightning • Sound • Cue cards
  21. 21. Recording Software • Camera • Screencasting • YouTube • Qik • Digitizing existing analog video
  22. 22. Camera Options • Professional (Tape) • Point-and-Shoot or DSLR (SD Card) • Flipcam (Built-in storage) • Cellphone
  23. 23. Tripods
  24. 24. Recording Quality • Standard Definition – 480p • High Definition – 720p – 1080i – 1080p • Ultra High Definition – 4K & 8K
  25. 25. Editing • Free – Windows (Live) Movie Maker – iMovie – Lightworks • $$$ – Final Cut Pro – Adobe Premier
  26. 26. Welcome to Mallville, Danielle
  27. 27. Screencasting • Great for instructional videos • Software – Screencastomatic.com – Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 • Record -> Edit -> Publish
  28. 28. Nebraska Libraries on the Web tutorials
  29. 29. Distribution
  30. 30. VHS -> Digital
  31. 31. Thank you! Michael Sauers msauers@travelinlibrarian.info http://www.travelinlibrarian.info/ http://www.slideshare.net/travelinlibrarian @msauers +Michael Sauers Links @ delicious.com/travelinlibrarian/fyanconference+av

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