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'Working with Multimedia Files' Archive

We Video: Access After You Graduate/Leave BMC

Posted March 28, 2019

Our site license extends to current Bryn Mawr faculty, staff, and students (including Haverford and Swathmore students enrolled in Bryn Mawr courses). After you graduate or leave the college, your account will be converted to a free Personal WeVideo account. All projects you created and media you uploaded to your college WeVideo account will transfer […]

WeVideo: Finishing and Sharing Videos

Posted January 18, 2019

When you have finished editing your project you need to “finish,” or export it as a video, in order to share it. Go to your Dashboard, find the project and click Edit. Click the Finish tab. Give the finished video a title. Select a resolution. Keep in mind that the higher the resolution, the larger […]

WeVideo: Video-Editing Basics

Posted January 18, 2019
Screen shot of WeVideo interface with media library, timeline tracks and preview window called out.

This is a basic overview of WeVideo’s video-editing interface. For more detailed video walkthroughs of the interface, software features, and different editing techniques, see the WeVideo Academy. The WeVideo Project Interface Find your project in the WeVideo Projects tab, and double-click on it to begin editing. Like most video-editing software, WeVideo has a media library, where […]

WeVideo: Creating a New Project

Posted January 18, 2019

Log in to your WeVideo account and click on the Projects tab. Click on the blue-and-white “+” icon in the bottom right and choose Create new project. Give your project a Title and a short Description. Choose a Project type. Project types determine who can edit your project: Personal — Only you can edit the video. Collaborative — Multiple people can share media and collaboratively edit the same video. […]

WeVideo: Creating Your Account

Posted January 11, 2019

WeVideo is an online, subscription-based cloud-based video-editing platform. Bryn Mawr College has an institutional subscription that allows current Bryn Mawr students, faculty and staff to have accounts. Haverford and Swarthmore students enrolled in Bryn Mawr courses are also eligible for accounts while enrolled at Bryn Mawr.     If you are a Bryn Mawr College student, faculty, or staff member or a Swarthmore student enrolled in a Bryn Mawr course:  Go to  Click the Log in with Office 365 button.   Log […]

Upload a video to Tegrity

Posted November 28, 2018

In addition to using Tegrity to record lectures and talks in classrooms set up for that purpose (see Recording a Lecture in a Classroom), you can also upload video created or recorded elsewhere into Tegrity in order to share it with viewers. You can upload a video to Tegrity from any computer (Mac or PC); if […]

Preventing Downloads of Tegrity Recordings

Posted October 11, 2018

By default, anyone with a Student role in a Moodle course site can watch Tegrity recordings for the course in several ways: Watch in a web browser over a Internet connection Stream video to a Tegrity app on their mobile device Download the recordings and audio and video podcasts versions of the recordings to view offline […]

Recording a Lecture in a Classroom

Posted October 4, 2018
 The Tegrity icon

Bryn Mawr subscribes to a “lecture capture” service called Tegrity, which is designed to make it easy for people to record lectures and talks and post the recordings for others to view them. Tegrity can simultaneously capture audio and video of a person lecturing and a “screencast” of what they project overhead from the podium […]

Preparing Images for the Web in MS Word 2016

Posted March 19, 2018

Before uploading your images to Drupal, it’s important to correctly crop, size, and optimize them to ensure they will display correctly and be accessible. The document below provides instructions for performing those tasks within MS Word 2016 on Windows and MacOS.  

Sharing Tegrity Recordings Outside of Moodle

Posted August 16, 2017

Tegrity is integrated with Moodle in order to make it easy for faculty to record classes, talks and instructional video and share it with students in their courses. However, you can also give anyone access to a Tegrity video you’ve recorded by getting a anonymous public link to the video and sharing it with them. Anyone […]

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