New Media Interchange

Video: Podcasting – Stay in control of your RSS feed from PodCampAZ

Douglas E. Welch (http://douglasewelch.com) presents “Stay in Control of Your RSS Feed” at PodCampAZ 2009 (http://pocampaz.org)

It is important for podcasters to start out on the right foot when setting up the RSS feeds for their podcasts. The RSS feed is their main connection with their subscribers and losing control of that feed can be disastrous to communicating with and maintaining their audience.

Don’t see the video above? Watch “Podcasting – Stay in control of your RSS feed” on YouTube

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Filed under: Events, New Media, podcast, podcasting, Show, Video, YouTube

Video Archives: My Podcast Process from PodCampAZ

Douglas E. Welch presents his podcast process from the beginning of recording to the final release and download of the podcast file. If you have been wondering how to share your podcasts with the world, this presentation gives a thorough overview of the entire process.

If you can’t see this video above, please watch “My Podcast Process” on my YouTube Channel

 Download “My Podcast Process” – iPod Ready Format

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Filed under: New Media, Show, Video, YouTube

Event: MCAI LA/OC MediaProCamp 2012, Santa Ana, California – FREE

My friend, Liam Johnson (@editorliam) just told me about this free New Media event happening in early June in Orange County, California. It sounds like a great day and — based on Liam’s recommendation — something worth attending. I have already registered to attend. Hope to see you there. — Douglas

MCAI LA/OC MediaProCamp 2012!

Saturday, June 9, 2012 8:15 AM

The Digital Media Center 1300 S. Bristol Street, Santa Ana, CA (map)

REGISTER NOW

 

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MCA-i’s signature event, MediaProCamp, sponsored by Panasonic for the second consecutive year is again FREE to media pros who pre-register on line!

MediaProCamp is really an all-day (9:00 to 3:00 pm) series of roundtable discussions among working media professionals.

The idea is that no one is an expert on everything and yet we all have valuable expertise and experience to share.

The result is a dynamic, unpredictable fun experience of problem-solving, sharing and networking among expert professionals!

As you will see by our video it is a very special day that literally every working pro gets value from! http://www.mcai-oc.org/

Here are some of the Special Features you can expect at our 2012 MediaProCamp on June 9th:

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Doorprizes: We’re gathering number of professional services and products to raffle off. Again this year Adobe has offered us their new CS6 post production software package to give away to one lucky attendee!

And Colin Smith Smith, a noted Adobe trainer, best-selling author and award-winning new-media designer, will be holding a training session on CS6. Colin is also founder of the world’s most popular Photoshop resource site, http://www.PhotoshopCAFE.com which boasts over three million visitors.

Panasonic is in the process of arranging for a filmmaker-cinematographer to speak to us about what we can expect from the many changes in digital videography that have recently affected movie making and other media.

MCA-i’s Walter Davis, a producer-director-writer, and generous mentor will be giving a presentation as well. He is also an internet media entrepreneur with several Internet TV and Radio channels currently running. At past MediaProCamps, Mr. Davis enthralled attendees with valuable tips on Utilizing Internet TV for Profit; Mobile Apps; and Making Money On The Web. So you can be sure that his offering at the 2012 MediaProCamp will be interesting and valuable to your media business.

You can expect to meet any number of well-known media pros at the event but it’s not about lectures it’s about collaborating! Bring YOUR ideas. You may be voted on to make a presentation!

EVENT: MCA-I’s MediaProCamp presented by the LA/OC Chapter, sponsored nationally by Panasonic

Monthly meeting of the LA/OC Chapter of MCA-I. Pre-register HERE

DATE: Saturday June 9, 2012

TIME: Doors open at 8:15 AM for Registration and networking over free coffee etc.. Roundtable Seminars begin at 9:00 AM FREE LUNCH included thanks to Panasonic!

Event Ends no later than 3:00 PM

As always, bring a friend and plenty of business cards. Come early and network with other media professionals over light food.

EVEN THOUGH THIS EVENT IS FREE, SPACE IS LIMITED

YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE SO WE CAN GET AN ACCURATE COUNT FOR FOOD!

COST: FREE–only if you pre-register online at OC New Media Meetup Group http://www.newmedia.meetup.com/82/

Filed under: Events, New Media

Video Archives: Making The Case For New Media In ELearning

This presentation was recorded as part of the ELearning Guild’s Online Forums in 2010. I still find it to be a great overview of why new media is important and how it can be used in a variety of environments — not just elearning.

If video does not show above, please watch “Making The Case For New Media In ELearning” on YouTube

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Filed under: Events, New Media, podcast, Show, Video

Product: Dashboard Live Shell – Live Streaming without PC

There seems to be a lot of movement in this hardware area lately — streaming live from remote cameras via wireless broadband connections. Using a device like this in combination with a typical camcorder, reporters and camera people could broadcast live in the midst of the news they are reporting.

 Dashboard Live Shell – Live Streaming without PC

Dashboard live shell

From the Cerevo web site…

Simple operation by just connecting to a camcorder via an HDMI cable and turning the power on. Enjoy broadcasting beautiful video and audio good enough even for professional use with a high-end camcorder ! Compared to a webcam, camcorder video quality is much higher and has other features such as hand-shake compensation,etc.

Have you ever experienced difficulties because trouble occurred with a personal computer or streaming software when important live streaming is in progress? One of LiveShell’s selling points is the ability to do stable broadcasting for long peri- ods. 24 x 7 stable broadcasting is possible with AC adapter operation. Visit for our 24 x 7 Street live camera from Akihabara in Tokyo, Japan.

Read more on the Cerevo web site.

Filed under: Hardware, Technology

Product: Genie – Motion control time lapse device at Kickstarter

 This device to move your camera is pricey, but could allow much greater creativity for time-lapse video creators. — Douglas

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Genie – Motion control time lapse device

About the Genie.

The Genie! A simple, affordable and extremely easy to use device used for motion control and image capture for Time Lapse Photography + more. The Genie is an all-in-one device used to combine image capture with motion control, capable of either panning or linear movement that’s commonly used in Time Lapse Photography. Simply attach your camera to the top of the Genie, plug it in, and program it to move and shoot to your desired needs.

 

The Panning and Linear accessories provide ultimate flexibility for a range of movement and it’s transportable size means you will never have to go without the option of motion controlled Time Lapses no matter how constrained your location may be. Visit our website www.syrp.co.nz.

Read more at the Syrp Kickstarter page

Via Engadget

Filed under: Hardware, New Media, Technology

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