Topic: IDRS Videocast

Beta version of IDRS Videocast is now available. To see the videocast, go to:

To access RSS Feed to go:
http://idrs2.colorado.edu:16080/weblog/idrsvideocast/?flavor=rss2

or

http://idrs2.colorado.edu/weblog/idrsvideocast/

With Safari and some RSS capable browsers/viewes, you will see the video in streams and load time will be minimal. You have the option to download the video to your computer, or to your iPod. Since video files are large, downloading may be slow depending on your connection speed.

Yoshi Ishikawa
Professor of Bassoon, University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Music
Editor, IDRS OnLine Publications

Re: IDRS Videocast

This is very nice! Thank you. I just want to let you know that the correct term for what you're doing is Vodcast or Video Podcast.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vodcast

Re: IDRS Videocast

OK, how about IDRS Videocast/Vodcast

Yoshi Ishikawa
Professor of Bassoon, University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Music
Editor, IDRS OnLine Publications

Re: IDRS Videocast

I was able to view the interview easily using Safari- the upper link worked without a password, the lower one wanted a password which I was unable to provide to the server's satisfaction. Is this the same username/password combination as the Forum or for the IDRS site?

Nice interview,BTW! The passing stream of conventioneers made it seem all the more 'real'. Looking forward to more.

Will this be a subscription service like a podcast or is this a web-based archival product?

Paul Barrett
   -Principal Bassoonist, Honolulu Symphony
    -Lecturer in Bassoon, University of Hawaii

Re: IDRS Videocast

No, No! This has to be called the IDRS Reedcast! ..well, at least by us...

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Re: IDRS Videocast

arundonax wrote:

I was able to view the interview easily using Safari- the upper link worked without a password, the lower one wanted a password which I was unable to provide to the server's satisfaction. Is this the same username/password combination as the Forum or for the IDRS site?

Nice interview,BTW! The passing stream of conventioneers made it seem all the more 'real'. Looking forward to more.

Will this be a subscription service like a podcast or is this a web-based archival product?

Hi Paul,

I have submitted the IDRS videosact address to iTunes. If accepted, IDRS Videocast will be available on iTunes as well as directly from IDRS WWW.

The Username and Password access is for me/editor to make changes to the site.

Yoshi Ishikawa
Professor of Bassoon, University of Colorado at Boulder, College of Music
Editor, IDRS OnLine Publications