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Hands-On Workshop

Hands-on Workshop on Video Recording and Editing for SIGs - proposal

Date     2017-07-22 Saturday   9:00 - 10:30                                      (Workshop I)
             2017-07-23 18:10 - 18:50 / 07-25 19:00-21:00 or more       (Workshop II)

Place    "APSIG Lobby" 

Participants (Invitation only)
Jungbae An / KR (in charge of APSIG video) - instuctor
Mubashir Sargana / PK
Ihtisham Khalid / PK
Shreedeep Rayamajhi / NP
Amrita Choudhury / IN
Shahul Hameed / IN

As a part of Open SIG Courseware to accommodate (much) more audience than limited numbers of on-site participants, some SIGs (e.g. APSIG, inSIG) have been developing video project to publish SIG materials. This workshop will share the technology of video recording and editing that is optimized for Schools on Internet Governance (SIGs). We will discuss the particular challenges one may face in the preparation, on-site recording, editing, and publishing through web platforms, and provide with the current best practices obtained from APSIG video project and others. This workshop consists of explaining and demonstration followed by participant practice with recording devices and editing software.

2017-07-24 14:00 - 16:30  (or 21:30 - 24:00 as alternative)
       Explanation and Demonstration
       Hands-On (with tasks to be provided by instructor)

    0. Introduction to video recording, editing and publication for SIGs
    1. Recording
            Facilities: microphone, camera, storage
    2. Editing - focusing on minimal editing
            Importing source files
    3. Publication
            Consent of Copyrights
            Publication platform


    1) Students should bring their laptops for editing exercise with at least 5 GB free space of HDD.
    2) Required software for exercise will be advised later or prepared on-site.
    3) If hands-on needs more time, we may allocate another time slot, possibly on Tuesday/other slots.

Pending Issues
    1) Editing software to be chosen
            - Adobe Premiere: commonly used, easy interface, but costs USD20 per month
            - Alternative free/open software: hard to find
            - We would have minimal editing (possibly none) to overcome this issue.
    2) Editing computers for hands-on
            - running editing software is highly dependent on CPU and RAM.