3 Conferences / Speeches? How do you take away the complete conference?How do you capture the atmosphere?How do you record the impromptu but valid questions?How do you get out to those who were unable to attend?
4 Multi-Site Personnel Training? How do you quickly update your staff on important new issues?How do you allow your staff to refer back to training lessons and content?How do you communicate with all your staff across many locations?
5 Client Communications? How do you connect with your clientele?How do you inform them of new products, procedures, employees?How can you leave them with something they can refer to at will?
6 PowerPoint Presentations? “In 2005, 30 million PowerPoint Presentations were given every day.”- Microsoft, 2005The entire presentation (info + message + speaker) should be the content – not just the slides.How is that content stored and here is it now?How do you refer back to that content?How can you access that content at any time?In 2005, Microsoft estimated that PowerPoint was used to give 30 million Presentations each day.When Sonic Foundry talks about content, this is what we are referring to. All of those presentations represent content. Think of the presentations that your organization produced in that timeframe.Where is that content now? Gone. It essentially was lost the minute the presentation finished. The PowerPoint slides still exist, but multiple revisions of these are spread out across the hard drives in your organization. And those PowerPoint slides are not the presentation. They are to the presentation as a 3 paragraph description of the Superbowl is to being at the game. The PowerPoint slides lack the delivery of the message, which can be the most important component.What if there was some way for your organization to capture those live presentations, index them, and allow people to access them whenever needed? Can you re-use that content? What could you use it for? What would the benefits be?The say that presentations are the fastest growing general business communication method, after . Yet PowerPoint is just a tool. The act of presenting is what delivers the message or information effectively. The questions that this statistic raises is how many presentations did your organization create and present? Were they presented to every person who needed to get that information or message? Where is that content now? Was it just discarded? Is it sensitive information? Is it secure? And of significance to some people in your organization, what did all of the preparation, and delivery cost? And did it increase profits and help control costs?
7 All these ‘hows’ can be achieved… however, other ‘wants’ also have to be considered…
8 The presenters want:NO prep, NO extra work:“Get the technology out of my way”Do not interfere with or change the current presentation methodEliminate the necessity to be technicalEliminate preproduction, special production or post-production.Reduce or eliminate setup time, no complicated toolsFlexibility to work with their preferred tools & content typesHighest possible fidelity and qualify of visual, audio and text elements
9 The audience wants:“Give me the live audience experience - everywhere!”High quality content that replicates the “full” presentation experienceLegible documents, everything the presenter showsEasy navigation to specific points of interest in the presentationAbility to provide feedback and interact with the presenterConvenient access…on-demand and liveFrom home, at the library, on the train, in the park, in the office…
10 250+ Universities Tell Us… Distributed “Rich Media” Content: Not if but whenStudents are…demanding more learning options – “It’s all about me”increasingly distributed and mobileearly adoptersRich media…is the best at replicating the classroom experienceeffectively conveys complex ideasimproves learning outcomescaptures and preserves important knowledge
16 Mediasite links information experts to information seekers PresenterMediasite CaptureStationMediasite ServerSoftwareStored ContentInformation Seeker
17 Fast and Efficient Authoring Mediasite Before Event During Event After EventAuthoringImporting and Pre- processing graphics,Converting, and uploading to serverRecording or encoding videoAdditional workflow for “attaching” or integrating graphics with the audio/video; SMIL coding,Creating skins; uploading to web siteMediasite2 mins. to name and set up presentationEncoding video, capturing and synchronizing RGB Graphics,indexingArchiving – all in real time2 mins. to auto publish content and place URL on web site
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37 Mediasite Podcasting Capture & Publish Capture presentation with MediasiteMediasite presentation (.wmv) published to podcast-enabled folder on Mediasite ServerPresentation converted to MP3 and RSS feed updated
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