Our expert on this topic is Andrew Phillips, co-anchor of our Partner Update newscasts and our Cisco Channels go-to video guy. Andrew knows his way backward and forward in Final Cut Pro. And, he’s staged and filmed countless videos that we feature here on the Cisco Channels blog and elsewhere.
According to Andrew, nothing can ruin a video more than poor setup. If you invest some time and thought in lighting, staging, and audio, your video will come out so much better than if you just shoot in front of a window without regard to your light source, or if you film outside with loud cars driving by that drown out your audio.
Want to put Andrew’s tricks to use in your videos? Here are his Top 10 Tips for Setting Up the Perfect Video. Read More »
Teachers were also encouraged to incorporate digital media into their lesson plans to increase student engagement across different subjects. For example, the Art Department recently produced videos showcasing artwork that was created by students.
Cisco and ESM will partner together on a webcast on Tuesday, June 14th to highlight why ESM adopted a video strategy, and the benefits they have seen from Cisco’s Digital Media Suite. Dan Espina, Director of Information Services and Technology at ESM, will join the webcast to discuss how video has changed teaching practices and day-to-day activities at the district, and what’s next at ESM.
The Just a quick reminder for Cisco Partners to attend the Cisco and Librestream Partner Webinar tomorrow (9th June 2011) at 8.00am Pacific. Find out about the exciting new solution that’s being adopted worldwide by customers like Boeing, GE and FIAT.
Remember how I told you I was really excited by this new Cisco and Librestream MMVC solution. Lots of information out on the web, and lots of questions so I thought I’d put a brief video together to give you an introduction and to see if we can get a discussion going and also to see if we can answer some of the questions for you. It addresses what really matters to many customers. What are the pain-points that manufacturers and industry have today? How do they get hold of the right people to fix things if something goes wrong, and how can they say ‘I see what you mean now’ — and really mean it? My original blog gave lots of information.
If you are a Cisco Partner and interested in building a manufacturing industry practice, this webinar is for you!
With our last Borderless Challenge, more than 3,000 people jumped into the ring to participate; 30 individuals got all the answers right. And one lucky guy—Kevin B, a network engineer from Portland—earned a trip to Hawaii. Congratulations, Kevin!
In our newest challenge, we focus on Security and Video. Running from June 7 to June 28, the top prize winner will earn a trip to Cisco LIVE/Networkers in his/her choice of Acapulco, Mexico; Lima, Peru; or London. Other prizes include a Flip video camera or a Linksys Wireless Router.
To help us out, Jimmy Ray Purser and Robb Boyd will be dishing up a snack-sized edition of Techwise TV. They’ll provide an overview of three of our latest borderless innovations: ISE, a new centralized policy engine; Cisco Prime, which provides unified wired and wireless management; and Medianet, which automates the network for enhanced video and voice.
Watch this video to learn more about how you can participate.
In the past year, enterprise video customers have seen new advancements, exciting innovations and big changes for the entire industry. And according to Cisco’s most recent Visual Networking Index, the growth of video is continuing across businesses worldwide: Business video conferencing is estimated to grow sixfold from 2010 to 2015, significantly faster than overall business IP traffic.
We are incredibly excited for what we’ll be announcing at InfoComm, including new products and new Telepresence capabilities, as well as an opportunity to tour the largest, most comprehensive Cisco TelePresence demo ever. Watch the video below for more details on what you can expect from Cisco at this year’s InfoComm: