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Academic Video Production

The first question to ask yourself is: what quality level are you looking for?  Is it more important to get content produced quickly at an acceptable quality level, or more important to have a polished media product which may take more time to produce? For the best quality recording, you…

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Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and 360° Video

ATSU encourages experimentation with the use of new video technologies.  There is a fair amount of overlap between the definitions and use of many of these technologies and equipment. Nonetheless, we have found it helpful to use the following categories: Virtual Reality (VR) Augmented Reality (AR) 360° Video Click on…

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Streaming Video Privacy

Akamai/Olympusat Videos are uploaded to a cloud storage server; the server and files are only accessible by ITS staff. Videos are viewed via an HTML file that provides a streaming player for video, or directly through a web link The HTML file and link can be distributed via email, and…

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Video Storage


Google Drive Video Content is stored in generic ATSU program Google Drive account. Any user with rights to access the generic account can upload, modify, and organize content. Files can only be uploaded one at a time. Video files may take longer to upload because Google re-encodes them to a…

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