How do we take a video of ourselves signing?
sw at PASSITONSERVICES.ORG
Wed Apr 11 01:42:15 UTC 2007
One of the best ways to handle video clips would be for a person to set
up an account through one of the video online sites (I use YouTube).
Once you have an account, you can post video online for people to see.
For example, I posted my suggestion to YouTube to give you an idea of
what it could be like. If you follow this link, you will see my
suggestion on video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5vOW8rE_BE. Most
video online sites support tagging, so you can tag it as SignWriting.
Then it would be easy to find any clips that discuss SignWriting
On Apr 10, 2007, at 17:53, Valerie Sutton wrote:
> SignWriting List
> April 10, 2007
> Dear SW Listers!
> The SignWriting List is always free for everyone and it is the best
> way to get tech support for your questions. So no matter what, if you
> want free tech support, please post your question to the List and then
> someone will answer you!
> It is great if you can post a very short video of you signing one
> sign... to show us what you want to write. It is important to see what
> we are writing sometimes!
> There are three issues related to posting videos:
> 1. They need to be very short, because the List software doesn't have
> much memory. So we have to be careful to just post a video of one sign
> at a time. If you have a larger video, you can send it to me privately
> and then I will post it on our web site temporarily so we all can go
> to a link to view it.
> 2. Be sure you have permission to post a video that is of someone
> else...taking the video of yourself would be the best!
> 3. But how do we video ourselves doing a sign? Some people know how to
> do that, but actually I do not...
> I can take a photo of myself with Photo Booth or iChat AV on the
> Macintosh, and I do have a built-in iSight camera, but how do I video
> tape myself signing? and does anyone know how to do it on the PC?
> So I hope someone can answer...how would you suggest videotaping
> ourselves signing something?
> Val ;-)
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