Good audio makes a difference to screencasts

My recent experiments with the University’s Media Suite have proven very successful. Readers may remember that I was using the recording studio to obtain some broadcast quality audio for training materials, namely screencasts. The audio was so good on two videos that I produced for our recent postgraduate research supervisor workshop, I had comments that the live class recording from our induction that formed the audio track for the third video “was very hard to hear”. I’ve set the bar very high now!

 

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