I’m speaking at mLearnCon 2011

by Dave Mozealous on May 16, 2011

Seriously a long time since I posted last, but wanted to let you all know that I’m speaking at mLearnCon and it would be awesome if you attended my session or just said hello to me.

I am presenting on Creating Video Podcasts from Screencasts and Other eLearning Videos.

Here is a brief description of my session:

Would you like to take your screencasts and eLearning videos and make video Podcasts for easy deployment and viewing on mobile devices?

Participants in this session will learn how to create video Podcasts of screencasts and videos, and how to submit them to popular vodcasting services like iTunes. This session is not focused on a particular tool, but on how to format your eLearning content so it is readily available for mobile users.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to create a video Podcast feed
  • How to format your video to play back on most mobile devices
  • How to submit your Podcast to iTunes
  • Things to watch out for

Audience: Novice and intermediate participants with basic familiarity with mobile devices and video

Technology: Screenr, videos from other sources, and emulators for the iOS (iPhone simulator) and Android devices

I hope to run into some of you, so feel free to make sure to say hello if you see me.

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Brendan May 26, 2011 at 4:07 pm

Dave – I was talking to an Articulate sales rep who referred me to your site. This post of yours is a hot topic for me, because many of my wealthy prospects use ipads almost exclusively now. I use wordpress and just created a mobile site (well – it was created in Pakistan) that I’m tweaking. If I can get Articulate going I need to figure out how to get it to work for mobile sites, especially ipad. I may ping you directly after for the course materials. -Brendan

Dave Mozealous May 26, 2011 at 4:53 pm

Hey Brendan,

Our current Studio ’09 product line out of the box doesn’t publish for iOS devices, but in our next generation products we are going to support direct publish for those devices. You can read more about our plans for HTML5/iOS/etc in this post by our CTO Arlyn. However, our current products do play really nicely on Android devices as I pointed out in this post:

For our current products though you might want to check out his tool that can convert Articulate content to HTML5 content to make it work on an iPad or iPhone if you need to support iPad/iPhone:

Also our free tool Screenr currently works on iPhone and iPad though, so you might want to check that out too.


Dave Mozealous February 14, 2012 at 11:13 am


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