Digital Learning Group
Centers for Public Health Education and Outreach (CPHEO)
1. audio recording of lecture with slides
2. Final Cut Pro (Audacity can also be used -- free; Mac or Windows)
3. Lecturer's PowerPoint presentation file
4. PowerPoint software
5. iTunes software (free; Mac or Windows)
6. Web browser
7. JWPlayer-template [folder]
This folder has the following in it:
1. Open the PowerPoint file. (Note how many slides there are.)
2. Duplicate the JWPlayer-template folder and rename it with the name of the presentation.
3. Copy audio recording from device onto computer.
4. Import audio recording into Final Cut Pro.
5. Edit audio into individual sequences (best done with .PPT file open at the same time).
6. Batch export as .WAV files (PCM audio, 16 bit, 44.1kHz, mono, best quality).
7. Import into iTunes.
8. Convert into .MP3s.
a. Select all the files (Slide01 through SlideXX.wav) in the iTunes Music Library.
b. Select the Advanced menu --> Create MP3 Version.
9. Put .MP3s into the MP3s folder.
a. Find the iTunes Music folder on your computer. (Shortcut: click on the desktop, press apple + f, and search for the term "iTunes Music".)
b. Select all the .MP3s just created and drag or copy them into MP3s folder inside your named JWplayer folder. (In the iTunes Music folder, look for the folder called Unknown Artist.)
10. Export all slides from .PPT as .JPGs (800 x 600 pixels, best quality).
11. Put .JPGs into the JPGs folder.
12. Check your work.
a. Use Web browser to open the file called index.html in your named JWPlayer folder.
b. Revise as indicated.
13. Provide to Webmaster.
14. Stand by for comments from the speaker.
15. Revise as indicated.
Posted by pdb on February 4, 2009 6:44 PM | Permalink