LS1006 What You Need to Know About Online Video
10:00 AM - 11:00 PM Friday, March 24
You use online video, but do you know how it works and why videos uploaded to YouTube may behave differently than those uploaded directly into an LMS? Online video use is growing for training and learning, but many people don’t know what happens and what’s possible after a video is uploaded.
This session will walk you through the upload to playback and user reporting experience for online video. You will leave the session knowing why the playback experience is different depending on a user’s device and connection speed, how data about users is captured in relation to that video, and what you need to ask your technical teams so that you can optimize your learner’s experience.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the differences between major video sites and how they process video
- What encoding does
- What a CDN is
- How user data is captured with audio/video players
- Why there are differences in playback and security depending on where you host
Novice designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
VP, Product and Operations
Carrie Strohl is a vice president of product and operations at Viddler. Previously, she accumulated more than 12 years’ experience developing educational software products for K-12, higher education, professional, and international education markets for Pearson. Carrie earned a bachelor of arts degree from Cornell University and is pursuing an MBA at Lehigh University.