Blog Posts about Web video and audio
It’s the holiday season, and I bet some of you are already thinking of your New Year’s resolutions. If one of them is to learn something new in the field of Web design, development, presentation, branding, and much more, then you’re in luck.
It’s been really hectic here in Peachpit world, especially with the release of a major new video that is bound to change the way you think about presentations. Nevertheless, I did manage to find some time to write up the final segment in this three-part series on Distributing Video to the Masses.
I was fortunate enough to recently attend the second-annual Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference in San Francisco. I learned a great deal about all aspects of video production and distribution from none other than author Richard Harrington.
Last week, I was fortunate enough to attend the second annual Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference in San Francisco. One particular session I made it a point not to skip (especially since it is an integral part of my job) was “Distributing Video to the Masses.” The speaker, best-selling author Richard Harrington, was introduced by New Riders’ editor Michael Nolan, who pointed out that he is “unusual in the range of subjects he tackles.”
Your Website can have a perfect user interface, an exquisite, cutting-edge design, and all the whiz-bang features in the world, but if your intended audience never finds it, all your hard work is for nothing. Users don’t just find you by accident; you have to attract them. New Riders’ author Aarron Walter provides a checklist you can follow.
Yesterday, Adobe announced Acrobat 9, a major upgrade to the popular cross-platform and cross-media publishing tool.
There is a new trend among creators on YouTube: to release your full-length feature film.