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Crowdsource Your YouTube Subtitles and International Language Captions for Free with Amara

Crowdsource Your YouTube Subtitles and International Language Captions for Free with Amara | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

...enable viewer-created translations and captions on your YouTube channel.

 

 

 
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Tony Anastasi's curator insight, February 7, 2013 2:59 PM

this will come in very handy for my china films

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It requires practice!

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More evidence of the faith that Google is placing in human definitions of the meaning inherent in video.

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Digital Theatre Plus is a new service, capturing live theatre performances and making them available online to schools, colleges and universities.

 

 
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How To Add A Real External Link To Your Website from Within Any YouTube Video

YouTube Annotations NOW offer External Linking: http://www.jameswedmore.com/youtube-annotations YouTube has recently offered a small feature that can offer B...
 
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Robin Good's curator insight, February 15, 2013 3:44 AM


If you are a YouTube Video Partner you can easily add a link, from within any of your video clips, to your preferred website page. You do not need any special software or plugin to do this, as this feature is now officially part of the YouTube offerings to their "partners" (if you are not one yet, apply here: http://www.youtube.com/yt/partners/).

This short clip by James Wedmore explains everything you need to know to set this up in a matter of minutes.



Superuseful. Well explained. 8/10


Original video tutorial: http://youtu.be/iL45d3MigxY




Ken Morrison's curator insight, February 15, 2013 4:39 AM

Here is a valuable 8-minute video about how to connect YouTube videos with a link to your website.

Dreamtek's curator insight, February 25, 2013 11:41 AM

This is very useful, I will be trying this with our YouTube channel videos

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The Future Of Storytelling In Digital | GottaQuirk

The Future Of Storytelling In Digital | GottaQuirk | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it
Brand storytelling is constantly evolving. Listeners are engaging more and every facet of tech available must be utilised when telling a brand story.
 
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How an iPhone App Made An Oscar-Nominated Film Possible

How an iPhone App Made An Oscar-Nominated Film Possible | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

Emily Price:  "The film Searching For Sugar Man is nominated for Best Documentary at this year’s Academy Awards. But it might have not been completed if it wasn’t for an iPhone."


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Margaret Doyle's curator insight, February 25, 2013 4:12 PM

Love this story of a DIY approach to storytelling. And lo and behold it was heard and received by the Academy! Go indie media go!

Zan Chandler's curator insight, February 25, 2013 10:05 PM

And it actually won the Oscar!

 

While the amount of footage the filmmaker needed to make with his iPhone was small in terms of the overall, I think this sends a number of signals. 1 -  consumer tech is getting closer and closer to industry standards and used in the right way can be effective; and 2 - this is another example of compelling content created with a DIY ethic.

 

I look forward to seeing more examples of where filmmaking can evolve.

Jan van Gils's curator insight, March 9, 2013 10:10 AM

A very nice film and made with a little effort. Thats fine to me.

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Crowdsource Your YouTube Subtitles and International Language Captions for Free with Amara

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New Visual Storytelling Tool: Storyplanet Lets Users Package Content Into Interactive Experiences

New Visual Storytelling Tool: Storyplanet Lets Users Package Content Into Interactive Experiences | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

Excerpted from review article by Journalism.co.uk:

"The platform enables users – such as journalists and photographers – to build interactive and visually captivating packages of content, which can then be embedded within a news site.

 

We discussed the concept with founder Bjarke Myrthu, who describes Storyplanet as "a packaging or a wrapping or an interface tool", which journalists can use to bring together collections of their work in a great user experience.
"So if you have a bunch of different media types, some text, some video, some photos, you can create a really nice package out of it that people can navigate in different ways," Myrthu added.

 

Each story is built on a grid, which users can then add "tiles" to, which effectively form each page of the story, and appear like slides in a presentation.
The grid format means tiles can be arranged in different structures based on the desired flow of the story and navigation between pages can also be applied.

 

Using the builder tool each tile can be laid out, edited and have content added to it, whether that is a photo, video, piece of audio or just text.

The content of a tile can vary from featuring just a photo to acting as an index page with a list of sections, like chapters, which can be clicked on by the viewer to reach different parts of the story.
Users can also edit transitions between tiles, the order of the tiles and other details such as changing the background colour of the tile.

The final product is viewable via a URL and can also be embedded, and played through the Storyplanet player. Currently this is a Flash player, but Storyplanet is currently working on a HTML version..."

 

Read full original article here:

http://www.journalism.co.uk/news/how-journalists-can-use-storyplanet-to-create-interactive-content-packages/s2/a551660/

 

Check out it and request an invite here: https://www.storyplanet.com

 

Here are two tutorials: https://www.storyplanet.com/tutorials

 


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Minna Kilpeläinen's curator insight, January 12, 2013 5:17 PM

Storyplanet seems to be a very cool and easy tool for creating and publishing interactive stories with all kinds of media. Very useful for journalists - and for school kids and teachers, too. Worth trying!

Shanika Journey's curator insight, January 20, 2013 4:21 PM

That's actually a pretty cool way to report the news.

Philippe Trebaul's curator insight, January 31, 2013 4:55 AM
New Visual Storytelling Tool: Storyplanet Lets Users Package Content Into Interactive Experiences.

 

From www.journalism.co.uk - January 12, 4:52 PM

 

Excerpted from review article by Journalism.co.uk:

"The platform enables users – such as journalists and photographers – to build interactive and visually captivating packages of content, which can then be embedded within a news site.

 

We discussed the concept with founder Bjarke Myrthu, who describes Storyplanet as "a packaging or a wrapping or an interface tool", which journalists can use to bring together collections of their work in a great user experience.
"So if you have a bunch of different media types, some text, some video, some photos, you can create a really nice package out of it that people can navigate in different ways," Myrthu added.

 

Each story is built on a grid, which users can then add "tiles" to, which effectively form each page of the story, and appear like slides in a presentation.
The grid format means tiles can be arranged in different structures based on the desired flow of the story and navigation between pages can also be applied.

 

Using the builder tool each tile can be laid out, edited and have content added to it, whether that is a photo, video, piece of audio or just text.

The content of a tile can vary from featuring just a photo to acting as an index page with a list of sections, like chapters, which can be clicked on by the viewer to reach different parts of the story. 
Users can also edit transitions between tiles, the order of the tiles and other details such as changing the background colour of the tile.

The final product is viewable via a URL and can also be embedded, and played through the Storyplanet player. Currently this is a Flash player, but Storyplanet is currently working on a HTML version..."

 

Read full original article here:

http://www.journalism.co.uk/news/how-journalists-can-use-storyplanet-to-create-interactive-content-packages/s2/a551660/

 

Check out it and request an invite here: https://www.storyplanet.com

 

Here are two tutorials: https://www.storyplanet.com/tutorials

 

 

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Reader Engagement With Transmedia: How To Use QR Codes

Reader Engagement With Transmedia: How To Use QR Codes | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

Joanna Penn:  "In this post, guest blogger Emily Craven explains how you can use one simple thing – a QR code – to give your readers a more interactive experience" ...

 
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Transmedia Storytelling Cookbook: from Digital to a Multiplatform Approach

Transmedia Storytelling Cookbook: from Digital to a Multiplatform Approach | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it
Marketers are finally moving into a new era – transmedia storytelling. The previous era, characterized by a huge platform obsession approach, is over.
 
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Multidimensional Theatre | The Big Idea | Te Aria Nui

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In this video interview, Flatland director Ralph Upton and producer Adrianne Roberts take Transmedia NZ's Anna Jackson on a journey through the new multidimensional and interactive theatre work.

 
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Lance Weiler's The Art of Immersion/Building Storyworlds. Columbia U Lecture

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New Media Producing: Building Storyworlds: the art, craft & biz of storytelling - lecture from 9.12.12 class from Lance Weiler...

 
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Storytelling and Connecting Through Sound

Storytelling and Connecting Through Sound | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

Storytelling is something I have been passionate about since before I can remember. I’ve always loved listening and telling stories traditionally (spoken, written) and as a child of the digital revolution, through pictures (Instagram & EyeEm), gifs (Loopcam) and most importantly through sound (SoundCloud, ThingLink). Working with creators who use sound to express themselves has been extraordinary and at times challenging, but consistently mind blowing to behold.

 

Something that has struck me while working with so many community members who create beautiful sounds is the storytelling aspect of their actions.

 

Musicians tell stories through a pluck of a string, actors tell stories through a drop in tone or pause, poets tell stories through their words, and so on and so forth. When their stories are told through sound they are given little wings that metaphorically sprout and allow their stories to be heard across the globe. It is a beautiful thing!

 
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Narratively: digital magazine about New York's stories

I am rooting for the folks behind Narratively, a digital publication about "New York's untold stories." 

 

Narratively slows down the news cycle. Each week, we’ll explore a different theme about New York and publish a series of connected stories -- just one a day -- told in the most appropriate medium for each piece. We might feature a longform article with portrait photos on a Monday, followed by an animated documentary on Tuesday, then a photo essay, an audio piece or a short documentary film. Every story gets the space and time it needs to have an impact. We’ll bring you weeks devoted to New York’s waterways, hustlers, sexual subcultures, obscure pastimes and countless other themes. We’ll even get you involved in theme and story selection.


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Two Women and A Show

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Two Truths and A Lie is a performance event that blends fiction, memoir, and the art of storytelling. Each Two Truths and A Lie event features six people who take the stage to tell stories around a selected theme. Laced with straight shooters and frauds, the audience must decipher which is which.

 
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This video is part of the project trace. The project Trace is centered around the faith of the communist monuments around the world.

 

 
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Marie Bromander's curator insight, February 26, 2013 10:38 AM

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30 Compelling Examples of Visual Storytelling on the Web

30 Compelling Examples of Visual Storytelling on the Web | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it
Storytelling is a powerful approach that can, when done right, compel users to convert more effectively than what any amount of optimization, crazy visual
 
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Feature: Are eBook Apps, HTML5 or ePub3 the Future of Digital Publishing? | Good E-Reader - ebook Reader and Digital Publishing News

Feature: Are eBook Apps, HTML5 or ePub3 the Future of Digital Publishing? | Good E-Reader - ebook Reader and Digital Publishing News | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

"Digital Publishing is one of the fastest growing segments and most major publishers are now seeing 21% of their total revenues stem from it. Publishers cannot decide on what the future of publishing will entail. There are three main aspects that the vast majority of companies employing for their strategy. We are seeing strong growth with dedicated e-Reading apps, HTML5, and ePub3/ePub2 as the main factors for content delivery. In the next three weeks, we will be talking to some of the leading digital publishers that are currently living in this space. They will be talking  about the future and current state of digital publishing and how the industry will look in 2013-2014.

 

Dedicated e-Reading Apps

 

Android and iOS are two of the most dominant operating systems in the world. Apple, Amazon and Samsung currently the most popular brands in the tablet space . Together they reap the largest market share with  85% of all tablet users loyal to one of these devices.  Most digital publishers maintain their own reading apps on both of these platforms and also develop on other niche operating systems, such as Blackberry and Windows 8. Maintaining updates, paying development fees and issuing new features often have prohibitive costs for smaller publishers and eBook companies. It is often very hard to compete with the army of developers that Amazon, Kobo and Barnes and Noble employs...."

 
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Megan Miller's curator insight, April 16, 2013 8:32 PM

I don't see apps for individual books as being the future. Too many apps already. I'd like my ebook to be in my ebook library with my other ebooks. That way, I can futz with the metadata, proudly peruse my collection, sort and unsort. And read...

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I'm Loving Catching this On the TTC: "Murder in Passing" whodunit unfolding on subway screens (with images, tweets). Storify

Murder in Passing is a whodunit for commuters, with new episodes appearing daily on Toronto’s subway platform screens and online, from Jan 7 – Mar 1, 2013 http://murderinpassing.com/ (Will Update)

 

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A bike courier has been murdered … and everyone in the town of Passing B.C. is a suspect! Suspects include his keen green boss, his troubled train conductor fiancé, his ambitious Chemistry professor, Passing’s anti-bike mayor and a CEO with Gramsci issues. Detective Epicene (with secrets of her own) must untangle a bewildering conspiracy involving bikes, cars, opera, gender and corporate greenwashing to expose the murderer…

DAILY ON TTC PLATFORM SCREENS AND BEYOND:

Starting Jan 7th, daily silent 30-sec episodes will be screened every 10 minFriday episodes will be repeated on Saturdays/SundaysMurder in Passing concludes with final episode on Mar 1stAdditional daily ‘fugue’ videos will appear online, following each episodeDaily ads placed in Metro paper, featuring additional clues (can also be found online)


FOLLOW THE CLUES:in each silent episode (on the subway screens and on this website)in each daily video ‘fugues’ (only online, after each silent episode)in daily Detective tweets (also appearing daily in Metro and on this website)read our blog to find out moreenter the contest by filling out our contest form


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siobhan-o-flynn's curator insight, January 29, 2013 7:16 AM

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Dorothea Martin's curator insight, February 6, 2013 8:17 AM

Wäre toll, so etwas Ähnliches mit dem BVG in Berlin zu versuchen :-)

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Screencasting, How To Do It: A Five-Minute Video Tutorial

Mr. Driscoll provides a step-by-step tutorial of how to create a quick (and free) screencast using screencast-o-matic.com.
 
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Carol Isakson's curator insight, February 19, 2013 8:42 AM

Can save finished videos to YouTube, ScreencastOMatic or download to your machine. Uses Java, could be a concern.

Walter Galarza's curator insight, February 20, 2013 10:23 AM

Tutorial de como trabajar con tmas de pantallas de la pc

Dawn Adams Miller's curator insight, February 24, 2013 4:45 PM

This appears to be a simple screen capture / video output tool.  Might be something that could be shared with SMEs to help them create content quickly and easily.  Of course, as IDs, we still need to help them organize their content!

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Hand-picked Short Stories Served In New Curated iPad Magazine: Paragraph Shorts

Hand-picked Short Stories Served In New Curated iPad Magazine: Paragraph Shorts | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article on The Next Web:

" ‘Curation’ is such an overused word in the digital content space these days, it has lost almost any real meaning.

Digital media startups seek to steer consumers away from automation, and back into the human, hand-picked realm.

 

With that in mind, Paragraph Shorts is the latest ‘curated’ iPad magazine to hit Apple’s Newsstand, serving up a selection of hand-picked short stories in text, audio and video.

 

Each week, the guys at Paragraph Shorts select seven stories from the likes of The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Moth, The Guardian and others, and present them in a beautiful magazine for the public’s consumption.

 

It’s not all about text either – the selections may also contain videos of short story-readings, or audio alternatives too. Little icons at the bottom-right of main thumbnail indicate what the content is. And when you launch it, you can have a choice of whether to read it, or listen to a narration.

 

You can easily alter the font, text size and such like via the settings menu at the top-right, and you can favorite articles or share them across the social sphere too..."

 

Read full original article:

http://thenextweb.com/apps/2013/01/10/paragraph-shorts-hand-picked-short-stories-served-in-a-sweet-multimedia-ipad-magazine/

 

Learn more and free download it, check out here:

http://www.paragraph.me/shorts/

 


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Giuseppe Mauriello's curator insight, January 17, 2013 10:23 AM

Paragraph Shorts brings you the world's best short stories in text, audio and video. Each issue features some of the most captivating storytellers from the most interesting literary publications, coupled with moving imagery from amazing photographers and artists.

Martin Gysler's comment, January 17, 2013 4:02 PM
I'll install this app on my iPad, thanks Giuseppe!
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‘Transmedia Engagement: Participatory Culture to Activism’

‘Transmedia Engagement: Participatory Culture to Activism’ | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

The following is a talk I gave June 1 in Toronto which sprang from my ongoing interest in The Hunger Games as a transmedia campaign. I wrote an earlier blog post, ‘Why The Hunger Games is Not Harry Potter, and Why You Should Care,’ in response to finishing the novels, which were far more disturbing than I had expected. Further mulling on Geoffrey Long’s How to Ride a Lion: A Call for a Higher Transmedia Criticism and Jeff Gomez & Fabian Niciezo’s “6 Reasons Why ‘the Avengers’ is Crushing it at the Box Office” resulted in this case study on ‘Transmedia Engagement: Participatory Culture to Activism.’ Your thoughts are welcome!

 
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Self-Control, Going Off The Grid, Curation: 3 Habits To Manage Your Social Media Footprint

Self-Control, Going Off The Grid, Curation: 3 Habits To Manage Your Social Media Footprint | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

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1) Use self-control.

2) Get off the grid.

3 Curation.

These three habits will help you manage your social-media footprint and make you more effective, whether you use the medium for work or pleasure. Here's a functional, easy guide to do just that.

 

1. The Self Control app limits your use of email and social media, locking you out of designated sites for pre-determined periods, while still giving you broader online access. If you can't stop trolling Facebook to see if your latest update got liked. And if you suffer from both afflictions, ranting anonymously and surfing in dangerous water, this could put you on a much needed time-out.

 

2. Let's say you're careful about what you post. Very careful. You know about the risks of over-sharing. But, your'e always ready to respond. Always available. That can be exhausting, and exhaustion often leads to irritation, which usually ends with embarrassment.

What to do?

Get off the grid. Knowledge workers should change their always-on mentality and stop answering email after business hours. Why: It improves your mood. Effective workers enjoy what they do.

 

3. The final habit you should employ could be one of the most important of all. Make sense of all the white noise out there. All the voices. How do we filter it all? Turn to curation, a growing, but misunderstood, concept that can save you tremendous amounts of time directing you to what you need to know.

I like a service called spundge (http://www.spundge.com ), which helps me filter search results so they are more effective, saving me a ton of time. When you're searching for specific, nuanced topics, this site gives you results in an easy-to-digest format that spares me from Google readers and extraneous searches. Now I spend that time on what I should be doing: Working. 

 

This habit I can't stress enough, and it's only getting more refined. The next step in curation is personalization.

Personalization is what Facebook mastered from the get-go. Suddenly, each person's online experience was truly personalized. A company called Gravity (http://www.gravity.com ) is moving this concept further. It uses adaptive artificial-intelligence techniques to make news sites more individually relevant..."

 

Read full article here:

http://readwrite.com/2012/10/26/3-habits-to

 

 
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Andrew McRobert's curator insight, August 19, 2014 8:18 AM

2. Firstly is a site with great tips on managing your footprint on social media. The site then has a link to an article of the opposite of what I’m doing this semester; getting away from technology to ground yourself. I included this because I am aware this is important to be clear minded in all aspects of your life and being more effective in the moment.

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"Engage" With Cloud Filmmaking

"Engage" With Cloud Filmmaking | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it
Following up on her “Cloud Filmmaking Manifesto,” filmmaker Tiffany Shlain introduces the second film in her “Let it Ripple” series—a uniquely collaborative process, from creation through dissemination.
 
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Storytelling and Connecting Through Sound

Storytelling and Connecting Through Sound | Theatre, Performance, and Art | Scoop.it

Storytelling is something I have been passionate about since before I can remember. I’ve always loved listening and telling stories traditionally (spoken, written) and as a child of the digital revolution, through pictures (Instagram & EyeEm), gifs (Loopcam) and most importantly through sound (SoundCloud, ThingLink). Working with creators who use sound to express themselves has been extraordinary and at times challenging, but consistently mind blowing to behold.

 

Something that has struck me while working with so many community members who create beautiful sounds is the storytelling aspect of their actions.

 

Musicians tell stories through a pluck of a string, actors tell stories through a drop in tone or pause, poets tell stories through their words, and so on and so forth. When their stories are told through sound they are given little wings that metaphorically sprout and allow their stories to be heard across the globe. It is a beautiful thing!

 
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Can transmedia and drama really work? » wolfgarden

Recently I have embarked on writing a transmedia drama project. I am doing this partly as an experiment – I want to see if it really can work. But I am also excited about the possibilities for storytelling. As a filmmaker I have a passion for collaborative storytelling and there is no forum I can think of with greater scope for collaboration than the web.

 
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