[development] RE : Presentation recording best practices
tony at tony-mac.com
Wed May 1 16:14:22 UTC 2013
DEVOXX has very good vids. Don't have any idea what it costs etc.
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 8:34 AM, Josh Miller <josh at joshnliz.com> wrote:
> There was an interesting development at Drupalcamp Florida. They hired a
> company who recorded all of the sessions. All of them. With a camera.
> They then said: we have enough money to actually post about 20 of the 50
> or so sessions. If you (or your company) wants to "sponsor" your session to
> be posted, they can do so for a nominal fee and they get branding added to
> the video. Videos have not been posted, and it's been over a week. So maybe
> not so great on the turn around time :)
> The best presentation videos I've ever seen include two video feeds, the
> slides, and the presenter. Put the presenter in a tiny window off to the
> side and the slides in the main screen.
> Having worked in a Advertising Agency for the better part of 7 years
> before being hired by Commerce Guys, I have some experience in being hired
> to make video content. The expensive is not small, as it takes a lot of
> people, specialized equipment, physical hard drive space, very fast
> computers, and a turn around time of hours, not days. Not to mention
> someone who coordinates the files and gets the sessions posted with enough
> meta data that people can find them later.
> On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 11:14 AM, fgm <fgm at osinet.fr> wrote:
>> FWIW, DrupalCamp Paris, just before the Dublin DDD in june, is supposed
>> to have professional video capture.
>> The cost is a few kEUr for two days of shooting in several rooms by a
>> single cameraman, with some basic derushing before the video goes online.
>> De : development-bounces at drupal.org [development-bounces at drupal.org] de
>> la part de Larry Garfield [larry at garfieldtech.com]
>> Date d'envoi : mercredi 1 mai 2013 17:12
>> À : development at drupal.org
>> Objet : [development] Presentation recording best practices
>> Some conferences do have a dedicated cameraman, or sometimes two (one
>> for the screen, one for the presenter). I don't know what the
>> additional cost/complexity is there, but it would no doubt take us a few
>> tries to get right; definitely that's something that would need to be
>> practiced at Camps first to work out the kinks. If you know a
>> DrupalCamp organizer, I would very much encourage you to try and get
*Anthony Stefan Maciejowski*
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