Thursday, June 14, 2007

A public talk on online video sharing

I find this upcoming public talk by Kevin Lim to be interesting, and would have attended the talk if not for the fact that I have to work till at least 9.05 p.m. that day.

In this upcoming talk, Kevin would be sharing his personal experiences on online video sharing. For example, when one should use Youtube, Google Video, Revver and so on. He will also be sharing basic tips on how to shoot and encode video to get the best-looking clips on the web.

Below are more details:

“Youtube and beyond: What you want to know but never knew who to ask”
A public talk on the present and future of online video sharing by Kevin Lim

Tuesday, 19 Jun 2007
7:00PM - 8.30PM

Multi-purpose Room, Central Lending Library
(Basement of National Library, Victoria Street, Singapore)

Youtubers, Videobloggers, Video podcasters, or anyone who wants to get started with sharing videos online, this interactive session is perfect for you! Here are 5 reasons why you have to join in:

* Explore the world of free video sharing services -> going beyond Youtube
* Learn tips to producing great video for web -> high quality, small file size
* How to protect yourself by staying legal -> copyright, Creative Commons
* See the future of online videos -> Lifecasting and searching within videos
* Make friends and show your clips with fellow video bloggers!

If you would like to find out more, please read Kevin's post: Youtube and beyond: What you want to know but never knew who to ask, and of course, attend the talk if you are available.


Emy said...


oceans 13 is attractive because the cast is attractiv (george clooney, brad pitt, matt damon) and casinos are exciting. and stealing from them is almost impossible (therefore also exciting). Then, its always very witty. so you should watch Oceans 11 and 13. Skip the 12. =)

Kevin said...

Hello PY, I might be webcasting the event, so you could watch it from work :P

oceanskies79 said...

Emily: Thanks for sharing. I now know why.

Kevin: That will be great. Could I watch after my work? I don't think I can watch from work as I will be conducting a counselling session in my office.

Simple American said...

This is quite an interesting topic. I am still learning about video. I mean last week I made my first post to include a video.

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Anonymous said...

Watch, Share, Download your favorite videos; all kind of videos; search watch and download; without any authentication or authorization, or signup... - VideoX - Broadcasted Video Sharing Network