Le projet est né avec la volonté du journal L’Echo de revenir sur cinq années de crise(s) financière, économique et de la dette. Face l’ampleur du sujet et sa complexité, il fallait trouver un moyen de raconter des événements d’une rare complexité.
Par Wilfrid Estève, enseignant et producteur, Virginie Terrasse et Thierry Bonzon, directeur du Master « Cultures et métiers du web » à l’université de Marne-la-Vallée Dans le cadre de l’unité d’enseignement “POM, vidéographie et webdocumentaire”...
Learning Technologies. at the University of Sheffield ... Having run quite a few webinars / Virtual Classrooms over the last few months, I thought it was time to share a few tips on delivering / presenting a session: 1.
Robin Good: Adobe Anywhere is a cloud-based video editing suite tapping into the power and features of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Prelude.
Your original video files are uploaded online and form there on you and your team can collaboratvley work without ever neededing to send or transfer large files.
Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Prelude, which will need to be updated before they can be used with Anywhere, will be able to operate in standalone mode or in a collaborative fashion with the new Adobe software. In standalone mode, you use project files stored on your local machine/computer as you would with previous versions of these applications. For collaborative workflows, you log into Adobe Anywhere, and then can use shared assets along and work with others on your production team who also are using Adobe Anywhere.
Adobe Anywhere supports most formats that Adobe Premiere natively supports including HD, SD, DV formats and more. For a complete list, see http://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/kb/supported-file-formats-premiere-pro.html ;
Robin Good: If you have been spending countless hours trying to figure out by yourself what are the best encoding settings to use for uploading video to YouTube, this video guide has all the info and tips you may need.
The guide covers lots of useful ground, provides some very useful reference tables, and goes over 1080p and 720p encoding, SD resolution, data-rates, key-frame interval, audio quality settings, and a lot more.
Se non per definire il webdocumentario, almeno per vedere un buon esempio di mappa mentale.
Caractéristiques, usages, formes de narration, utilisation pédagogiques, appareil critique. A vocation pédagogique, cette "carte mentale" du webdocumentaire a été réalisée (et est mise à jour régulièrement) par le centre départemental de documentation pédagogique du Tarn et Garonne. De nombreuses ressources utiles (via Cristine Vaufrey sur http://www.cursus.edu/?module=document&amp;amp;amp;amp;uid=72084)
[mirmilla: I'm not very sure it's so simple, but a good point to start with]
A guest post from Adina Bradeanu, originally published on DocWest. Set up to explore the ‘contexts and possibilities’ of past and recent docu-output, and organized by documentary scholars Alisa Lebow and Michael Chanan, the ¡Documentary ...
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