[SLED] Couple of Quick questions...

Tim Thompson thompsotd at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 10:38:20 PDT 2007


A screen capture utility would be another option to create quicktime- 
based movies out of a presentation.  Of course, there are SnapzPro,  
Camtasia, and I have a quicky throw together thing that I made using  
Jitter that gets the job done.  You can set the resolution, the frame  
rate, etc.

Tim
Joskie

On Sep 24, 2007, at 10:11 AM, Jeff Mao wrote:

> Keynote converts to Quicktime, but it creates very large files as  
> it attempts to create the transitions too. Then delivery would  
> require a streaming server. It would probably be simpler and less  
> overhead to use Keynote to export to jpgs and upload and use any of  
> the many "slideshow" scripts to show the slides.
>
> If you really want transitions,...I guess one could script  
> them...for example, Apple's Cube transition could now be done in  
> real 3D on a cube. You could put the slides on the various faces of  
> a prim cube, and literally rotate it to move to the next slide.
>
> Jeff
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> On Sep 24, 2007, at 9:23 AM, Sarah Robbins wrote:
>
>> Is it possible to turn KeyNote into Quicktime? That might be an  
>> option. I haven't tried it yet but it seems like a good workaround  
>> as well.
>> S
>>
>> On 9/24/07, Martin Biron <Martin.Biron at cnwl.ac.uk> wrote: Real  
>> time video into Secondlife is possible, but can only be via a
>> download from a server (in real-time if needed). Source video is
>> downloaded onto your server and the video is then retrieved via a URL
>> address.  You then play the 'video' via a QuickTime player  
>> imbedded in
>> SL.
>>
>> As for Flash - I don't believe this is supported.
>>
>> PowerPoint is not supported... but a fix is to download individual  
>> pages
>> and then reassemble in SL using a script to run slideshows on a  
>> screen.
>> Click on your SL interactive whiteboard and the next screen is
>> displayed.
>>
>> Hope this helps
>>
>> Martin Biron
>> College of North West London NW10 2XD, London England.
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com
>> [mailto:educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com] On Behalf Of  
>> Robinson,
>> Paulette
>> Sent: 24 September 2007 13:23
>> To: SL Educators
>> Subject: [SLED] Couple of Quick questions...
>>
>>
>> 1) Is it possible to steam multiple video sources into a parcel  
>> within
>> Second Life?  2) Is Flash content supported in SL? 3)  Is there  
>> anyway
>> to show ppt other than than to convert it to a jpeg or tiff  
>> format?   If
>> not for any of these, are there work arounds? Thanks for the  
>> assistance.
>>
>>
>> Paulette
>>
>> Paulette Robinson, PhD
>> Asst Dean for Teaching, Learning & Technology National Defense
>> University Washington, DC
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