Posts in Category: software tutorials

LibraryYOU Book Lists 

At our recent LibraryYOU classes on Online Video and Podcasting we've been passing out book lists to help the attendees find more information on these topics in the library catalog. Now we are sharing these book lists with the rest of you.

Books about Online Video at the Escondido Public Library

Recording

Digital video for beginners : a step-by-step guide to making great home movies / Colin Barrett
Call #: 778.59 B

The ultimate field guide to digital video / Richard Olsenius
Call #: 778.59 O

How to shoot video that doesn’t suck / Steve Stockman
Call #:777.6 S

The really, really, really easy step-by-step guide to creating & editing digital videos using your computer for absolute beginners of all ages / Christian Darkin
Call #: 778.59 D

Digital video secrets: what the pros know and the manuals don’t tell you / Tony Levelle
Call #: 778.59 L

The filmmaker's handbook : a comprehensive guide for the digital age / Steven Ascher and Edward Pincus
Call #: 778.53 A

Motion picture and video lighting / Blain Brown
Call #: 778.5 B

Editing

Cut by cut: editing your film or video / Gael Chandler
Call #: 778.5 C

Visual Quickstart Guide: Final Cut Pro X / Lisa Brenneis and Michael Wohl
Call #: 778.5 B

Getting Started with Windows Live Movie Maker / James Floyd Kelly
Call #: 778.59 K

iMovie ’11 & iDVD: the missing manual /  Aaron Miller and David Pogue
Call #: 778.59 P

Marketing

Content Rules: how to create killer blogs, podcasts, videos, ebooks, and webinars that engage customers and ignite your business / Ann Handley and C.C. Chapman
Call #: 658.872 H

Beyond viral: how to attract customers, promote your brand, and make money with online video / Kevin H. Nalty
Call #: 658.872 N

Youtube and Video Marketing: an hour a day / Greg Jarboe
Call #: 658.872 J

 

Books about Podcasting at the Escondido Public Library

Recording & Editing

GarageBand '11 power! : the comprehensive recording and podcasting guide / Todd Howard
Call #:   006.7876 H

Podcasting and blogging with GarageBand and iWeb / Robin Williams and John Tollett.          
Call #:   006.7876 W

How to do everything with podcasting / Shel Holtz ; with Neville Hobson.
Call #:   006.7876 H

Podcasting for dummies / Tee Morris and Evo Terra
Call #:   070.57973 M

Podcast solutions : the complete guide to podcasting / Michael W. Geoghegan, Dan Klass.
Call #:   006.7876 G

Marketing

How to get your message out fast & free using podcasts : everything you need to know about podcasting explained simply / by Kevin Walker.
Call #:   659.2 W

Career building through podcasting / Sarah Sawyer.   
Call #:   J 070.5 S

What no one ever tells you about-- blogging and podcasting : real-life advice from 101 people who successfully leverage the power of the blogosphere / Ted Demopoulos.      
Call #:   006.7 D

The new rules of marketing and PR : how to use news releases, blogs, podcasts, viral marketing and online media to reach your buyers directly / by David Meerman Scott.
Call #:   658.872 S

Find a job through social networking : use LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, and more to advance your career
/ Diane Crompton And Ellen Sautter.     
Call #:   650.14 C

Creating a computer tutorial video 

Want to show someone how to do something on your website, use software, or learn how to use a site like Twitter? Then you want to use a screencasting tool to capture a video of your computer screen as you go through the steps. Jing and Camtasia are the most well-known  but Wikipedia has compiled a comparison list of screencasting products that you may use to see what might work best for you.

After you have created a video, you can burn it onto a disc or upload it to a video or screencast hosting site like Youtube, blip.tv, or Screencast.com. If you host the video online you may also embed it into your website or provide a link to it on your Facebook page.

12/16/2011 Categories: screencasting software tutorials video