Monday, June 18, 2007

Video formats and storage

I received a request recently from a client to produce my Moodle training resources as a set of video files, which does make a lot of sense; I have also been using more video this year on the VLE. If you are finding this emerging trend, then you may like to have a look at a couple of resources for video conversion and storage. At the Yasasoft website you can download a limited free version, it will convert just about all format up to five minutes and its a really nice and easy to use piece of desktop software. I also came across a reasonable online media converter the other day at vixy.net, which seems to be worth having a look at. Of course with video comes the need for storage, and if yours I limited, then why not try storing it with blip.tv, they seem to be making an open invitation.

1 Comments:

Blogger Nomhire said...

It sounds really interesting. Thanks a lot for your article. Every day they are releasing new tools for video formats and video storage. Maybe in the future we will be able to store a lot of full movies in a single USB memory.
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