signwriting at MAC.COM
Wed Apr 11 18:49:55 UTC 2007
Can you create a private Google Video area for SignWriting List
videos? Can you then provide the SWList with instructions on how to
post our videos there for discussion?
If not that is ok too..just curious...that would be so cool!
On Apr 11, 2007, at 11:17 AM, Adam Frost wrote:
> I find that Google Video is better in restrictions. You can have a
> video be "unlisted". This means that they only access is by direct
> link. This is good if you don't want someone to find it on their
> website, but you can have it embedded in your website. The problem
> that I found with YouTube's private option is that you can't have
> it embedded on your website for general view.
> On 4/11/07, Valerie Sutton <signwriting at mac.com> wrote: SignWriting
> April 11, 2007
> This is great news. What an amazing service YouTube is providing to
> the world!
> Maybe you all can make a decision, how you want to use YouTube here
> on the List, and also for specific DAC editing tasks.
> Three different cases...
> 1. Here on the List we need the videos for viewing individual signs
> we are discussing
> 2. the DAC needs to view longer videos for editing documents...
> 3. There is a place in SignPuddle 1.5 which allows for uploading
> videos that are connected with the dictionary entries...but I am
> concerned with our own web area not having enough bandwidth for a lot
> of video uploads...or at least it will become costly for us over
> Steve - is there a way that we could really post the videos to
> YouTube or GoogleVideo instead, but the link would be in our
> SignPuddle online?
> Val ;-)
> On Apr 11, 2007, at 8:31 AM, Stuart Thiessen wrote:
> > Actually, did you know that YouTube allows you to embed the
> > uploaded videos into your own webpage? So, here's how I think it
> > could work ...
> > Suppose the DAC has a YouTube account. Then, I list the DAC account
> > as one of my "friends" in YouTube. Then I can easily post my
> > YouTube video and share it privately to the DAC account. Then you
> > should be able to embed it in the webpage that is accessible to the
> > DAC or the SignWriting List. We would have to play around with
> > those features, but it is possible. Otherwise, I can make it public
> > and then you can embed it from my public videos. Either way should
> > work.
> > That is how many people are doing vlogs (video logs) today. They
> > post the video to YouTube and then embed it on their webpage (which
> > actually pulls the video from YouTube and not their website).
> > FYI,
> > Stuart
> > On Apr 11, 2007, at 10:15, Valerie Sutton wrote:
> >> SignWriting List
> >> April 11, 2007
> >> On Apr 11, 2007, at 3:55 AM, Cherie Wren wrote:
> >>> Aha! Ok that solves the mystery! No problem, Val. I'm in
> >>> several places on youtube, none of which =I= put up there.
> >>> Although most of the others, I am just glimpsed off to the side--
> >>> interpreting. You can post whatever I send you. cherie
> >> Thanks for this, Cherie.
> >> And I think the videos are valuable for editing purposes
> >> especially...if the SignWriting matches the video then anyone who
> >> questions whether the ASL is understandable or not, can view the
> >> video to discuss the ASL issues...This will help our DAC editing
> >> process when publishing literature this year...
> >> Steve tells me that we could create a SignPuddle that lets people
> >> upload video and that would be more private and just for our
> >> group. It would cost us bandwidth in time, so that is why a site
> >> like YouTube is tempting because it is free...Google also has
> >> GoogleVideo I believe...we have our SW videos uploaded there...so
> >> maybe we can find a more private area for our videos to be posted
> >> if others would prefer that...
> >> I am still thinking about what is best for all of us...no matter
> >> what, we need to inform each other if we are going to post video
> >> from now on...
> >> Val ;-)
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