Years ago, when our family first purchased iPhones, I started exploring voice recorder applications to replace my use of separate devices (like Olympus WS-110). I started using Griffin iTalk initially, but when I started having some reliability issues late last year, which I’m sure they have resolved by now, I moved to Alon Software’s Dictaphone and my favorite, DropVox .
A month ago, I started talking to fellow Fizzler David Bilbrey, who, like me, enjoys listening to podcasts. When we met recently we talked about starting a regular discussion about Permaculture, Sacred Economics, photography, coaching and accountability, but do all this as a live recording for later reflection, editing and publishing.
So I was showing David yesterday about DropVox and decided to make this quick video to demonstrate the workflow I use from my iPhone, through to DropBox then to titling in iTunes before publishing on Podbean. Enjoy!
Mentioned in this video:
Griffin iTalk Premium
DropVox / DropBox
Reflector to mirror image from iPhone to Macbook
Snagit for screen recording
Podbean for free/limited podcasting
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David Bilbrey, Permaculture Design Certified, @ EcoThinkIt.com
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Short demonstration of how to use the IOS YouTube Capture application to record and upload video created on iPhone directly to your YouTube account as a method of capturing know-how to create a training video series.
Simple demonstration of the power of video to show the steps involved in a process, to accomplish a specific task to defined standard (leave the teabag in the hot water for 3 minutes).
I remain surprised at how few organizations leverage video in their employee or volunteer on-boarding processes, or for transferring knowledge of complex or infrequently performed tasks.