Friday, February 20th, 2009
The Accessible Video Interface
Notes and resources for presentation at the 2009 eLearning in Portland, OR.
The age of video on the Web is here! Both content creators and users have high expectations and you may become caught in the middle. Learn how to create an accessible media interface that will allow your institution to deliver high quality Flash video with closed captioning, convey a consistent design across your Web presence, and remain easy to maintain even after your “small” project is unexpectedly scaled to include hundreds of videos.
- 2009 Presentation slides: keynote format or plain old pdf
- Audio Recording: high (53MB), Med (27MB), or Low (13MB)
(you may also want to view the notes and edits from presentation)
Other Accessible Video Options:
- Creating Captions
- ActionScript3 Documentation:
- Community MX
- Learn about the trouble we had with our streaming provider (and how it was fixed)