Video - Internet Television - Articles Archive
from April 11, 2008 to January 20, 2008

"Years after the introduction of TV monitors capable of managing digital video content there's almost no interactivity with those devices and the Web, save for a handful of enthusiasts who hook up their PCs to their home theatre systems. I'll enjoy it for what it is, ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - April 11, 2008
"Where should I post my video clips in a way that makes them visible to most people out there?" This is what several of you have asked me in your emails. The answer is obvious and simple enough: put it on YouTube. But if your question ... read more

Robin Good - April 10, 2008

If you produce multiple video channels and want to increase access and visibility to your video content you may want to consider the Miro video browser co-branded opportunity. In the last few weeks, Holmes Wilson, one of the founders of Miro (formerly Democracy Player) has been on ... read more

Robin Good - April 3, 2008

Download and convert online video clips to all major standard video formats. Batch resize and add watermarks to your pictures. Take screenshots of any website as seen from multiple browsers to test compatibility and differences. Grab the color code of any pixel of your screen. These ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - March 30, 2008

Publish your recorded video lecture next to your PowerPoint original slides while keeping everything in sync, compare and convert images, download videos, and browse your image library like you have never done before. All in this week Sharewood Picnic and more. Here my selected visual communication tools ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - March 23, 2008

Publish specific segments of your video clips without editing them and learn how to download video clips that are embedded on other web sites. Also in this Sharewood Picnic: Visual communication tools for making effective screencasts, image search and create animated slideshows with audio with just ... read more

Robin Good - March 16, 2008

In this Sharewood Picnic: Visual communication tools for downloading and converting any videos from any video sharing service, as well as tools and services to help you search, convert graphic file formats and edit pictures without needing to download any image editing software. Here below my selected ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - March 9, 2008

Everyone got very envious of my QIK/ Nokia combo and its ability to let me video stream live from anywhere I am... but only if I have my Nokia. QIK works only with Symbian-based mobile cameraphones and all those guys with an iPhone or a slick ... read more

Robin Good - March 4, 2008

Some really great tools for video publishing, visual presentations, video editing and conversion as well as a fabolous image library visualization are just some of the visual communication gems contained in this weekly Sharewood Picnic. So, without further due, here below are my selected video and visual ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - March 2, 2008

When does watching a video online count as a "video view"? If your video counter on YouTube or says 5,000 views, what does that really mean? Have 5,000 people really watched your video from beginning to end or are these just those that clicked play, ... read more

Mark Rotblat - TubeMogul - February 29, 2008

Many have already talked about it. Of those who have used it, some, with enough courage and vision, have made it one of their staples of online programming. Take Steve Garfield or Robert Scoble, to mention two of the guys I have been following on a ... read more

Robin Good - February 27, 2008

This is too good to be true! FreeScreencast is a new free web-based service that allows you to record anything taking place on your screen in a simple way. Not only. FreeScreencast takes care of uploading your recorded clip and provides you immediately with an embed ... read more

Robin Good - February 26, 2008

They may not be the latest or newest but these video and visual communication tools are positively all very useful if you need to publish and communicate online with clips and images. Convert and upload videos to multiple video sharing sites in one click, edit directly ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - February 24, 2008

In this weekly selection of visual communication tools you can find services to edit your pictures online, to take screenshots and videos of your own desktop, to create thumbnails of any picture and to discover which font has been used to write a document and more. Here ... read more

Robin Good - February 17, 2008

In this weekly selection of visual communication tools you can find tools record your screen and to edit your presentations online, as well as a hot toolkit of some great digital imaging tools: search for any image, edit and apply effects to it, upload and arrange ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - February 10, 2008

How is video on the Internet going to evolve in the coming months? Key trends have started to emerge as well as specific categories of video publishing and distribution sites that did not exist before. Among these one emerges as particularly interesting for all online ... read more

Robin Good - February 8, 2008

Need to use Photoshop but it costs too much? Want to edit some pictures online without having to download and install a new software? Need to record a video of your screen and upload it to all major video sharing services with one click? In ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - February 4, 2008

Where does fair use end and where does copyright infringement start? The use of video to create documentaries, remixes and video mashups is undergoing lots of scrutiny and evaluation by those in charge of regulating what and what can't be freely published as well as the ... read more

The Center for Social Media - The Center for Social Media - January 25, 2008

Internet Video Publishing was one of the biggest trends of 2007, and it has never been easier to create, publish, share and promote video for the web. In this beginner's guide to Internet video publishing I take you through everything you need to know to get ... read more

Michael Pick - January 23, 2008

A great set of visual communications tools, to help you prepare impactful images for your next report or to edit and compose your best photo-montage are the key selected tools I and Nico selected this week together with a trio of video recording and downloading tools ... read more

Robin Good - January 20, 2008

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