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kevvyg
post Apr 8 2009, 12:32 PM
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Hi Andrew,
I'd like to take part in the REC Program. Unfortunately I have no video recorder!
Are mobile 'phone videos any good? This IS a serious question!!
If not, I guess I'll just have borrow a camcorder or splash out down the nearest Comet!!

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post Apr 8 2009, 12:39 PM
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I know you're asking Andrew, but I think he will give kinda the same answer like me smile.gif

It totally depends on your phone, I think he needs you to post a quick sample of the quality to answer if it's good enough or not.


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post Apr 8 2009, 01:22 PM
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I think you won't find great quality in cell phones.

How about you try out digital camera instead ?


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post Apr 10 2009, 03:20 PM
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Hi Guys, good thinking! I've got a digital camera - it produces pretty good video too! Should've thought of that. Doh!
(I hope .MOV files are acceptable!)

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post Apr 10 2009, 06:16 PM
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Hi there - we just need enough quality to see what you are doing and hear it as well - if both of those requirements are met we don;t care how you capture the video - if you have doubts, post a sample for an opinion as Dexxter says smile.gif


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post May 12 2009, 01:14 PM
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Apr 10 2009, 07:16 PM) *
Hi there - we just need enough quality to see what you are doing and hear it as well - if both of those requirements are met we don;t care how you capture the video - if you have doubts, post a sample for an opinion as Dexxter says smile.gif


Hi Andrew, at the risk of seeming a bit dim, (I think I'm having an 'off' day!), what do I do with my video once I've got it?
I've just read somewhere that I need to post it to YouTube. As I've never used that site before, could you just explain how I do this, and how I direct you guys to it when I open a thread in the REC part of this site.
I'm usually pretty good at following instructions too.....! (Please see below...)

Thanks,
Kevin

Hi Andrew, I wrote the above yesterday, but I've had a look on YouTube and have found some info on embedding YouTube videos into Forum Posts. Could you tell me if the following is the correct procedure for embedding REC videos for assessment? (By the way, is there a particular area in YouTube where we put our videos, or do we just post them onto our own personal area? - I'm guessing it's the latter...)

Once I've posted my video onto YouTube, it appears with the URL underneath. I copy the URL into my REC forum post and alter it to: [YouTube:EMBED_CODE]

Will that work ok?

Thanks for your help,
Kevin
ps, can we alternatively just copy the entire URL into the REC post, or does it have to be the Embed Code in the above format? (Assuming that the above format is correct!).

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Hi there - you just about got averything right smile.gif

Use your own account on YouTube, that is fine, and do the embed thing as it is easier for everyone that way.

Just take a look at how others are doing this on the REC board smile.gif




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