OT: The State of Video Capture Spring 2007
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Fri Feb 9 06:37:47 CST 2007
Had a little think:
Keynote can export to QT movie format:
I'm assuming this can be scripted.
Script the audio (pre-recorded and tagged): Tag the QT mov to pull in
and play the audio - Save the QT mov with the audio.
Convert the QT mov to DVD format. I haven't done any QT mov conversions,
but I have used VisualHub (http://www.techspansion.com/visualhub/) to
convert other file types to DVD. I recall there being an additional
download to do this from the Apple site (the mpeg2encoder methinks) for
VisualHub to do it, but I can't be sure right now.
It also exports for iPod, so you could offer that as an alternative to
Don't know if this helps.
> Luis wrote:
>> Would you detail the setup a little more?
>> To mind is a HD cam, but I'm not sure I'm seeing what you require
>> straight off.
> 1) Presentations are created in Keynote
> 2) At the end of the KeyNote, you want to just hand out to the audience
> the presentation on a DVDs.
> 3) It obviously does not have the audio by the presentor.
> 4) We have been recording the presentation "live" in studio a
> setting while running the Keynote and capturing this with SnapzPro.
> It works fairly well. We were able to go up to nearly 30 minute and
> the G 5 handled it pretty well.
> Does that help?
>> On 8 Feb 2007, at 22:08, Sivakatirswami wrote:
>>> We are in the midst of our hard ware upgrade cycle
>>> (once very two years we do major "enterprise" hardware upgrade here.)
>>> And we are taking a hard look at "must have" equipment.
>>> Some background: (Apple only, OSX....)
>>> We are ramping up video production in a big way and getting from
>>> a Keynote to a DVD is right now an incredible "jump thru hoops"
>>> where, using SnapzPro on our biggest G5 dual processor desktop
>>> production station
>>> Obviously the SnapzPro is "price is right" vs a $5M conversion box..
>>> but I would
>>> be interested to know what a hardware solution might offer that SnapzPro
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