Re: [videoblogging] Re: eBook-esque with Video
Take a look at how I deliver several hundred instructional videos on www.nyvs.com
This is relatively simple to do
But the secret is to break it up into discrete 2 minute packages.
On Dec 20, 2010, at 3:19 AM, adammercado@... wrote:
> I guess it depends on your definition of offline? You can distribute
> online for offline consumption of course. By that I mean you can
> deliver a PDF or some interactive format over the web for download
> that obfuscates the need for disc based media.
> PDF would actually make a good choice as video files can be embedded
> into the document and can be fully interactive. PowerPoint or better
> yet, Keynote, would be an alternate choice. Director and Flash come
> to mind too, but I think personally I'd steer away from DVD unless
> there were a good reason for disc media or the content was purely
> full frame video.
> Good luck
> --- In email@example.com, Ron Watson <k9disc@...> wrote:
> > Hey all!
> > Just wondering if any of you folks have any suggestions for
> delivering a 25,000 word 35-40 video (3-10 minutes each)
> instructional project.
> > Our Disc Dog Foundation Distance Learning Class is doing quite
> well and I'd like to offer the content as a training package for
> offline viewing.
> > The video and text work in concert to deliver lessons in six
> different categories. The text supplements the video instruction and
> the videos supplement the text.
> > Any thoughts would be appreciated.
> > Peace,
> > Ron Watson
President & CEO
Fax : +1-212-262-2480
15 West 53rd St
New York, NY 10019
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