[vet-mm] IDM Workshop

claire at warrandytehigh.vic.edu.au claire at warrandytehigh.vic.edu.au
Sun May 13 18:41:11 EST 2012

Thanks for those links Karen, very helpful!

I agree it was a great day and I want to thank Michelle Dennis and Marian
Stoney for their great presentations.

Also Peter Wakefield and the Digital Learning Hub for the wonderful venue.

Members will be able to download the presentation/resources from the pixelEd

A big thanks to all who participated, some great discussions and ideas!

Let's keep the conversation going here on our mailing list.


I mentioned that when I am explaining codecs, I talk about old fashioned
film, and how teachers used to need to get their projector licence and lug
in a huge machine and watch in horror when things stuffed up and a spaghetti
of mess unravelled as the film spewed onto the ground-anyone else remember
those days?...the YouTube generation has no idea how lucky they are!

I found these figures on the web somewhere and I bring in a reel of film to
physically represent how much data there is in a video file. At 24 or 25
frames per second a 10 minute movie shot on 16mm film would be around 115
metres long. A 3 hour movie required around 2 Km of film. Compare this with
a DVD.



Claire Bloom







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Thanks for another great PD.

Just a couple of links that might be useful:

opyright.html is a TED Talk about YouTube and Copyright

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNHR6IQJGZs  How a Google Search Works.

Karen Webster
Alexandra SC

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