Q. How do I process footage from the Memorial or MacKellar at Scotch? [ILT]
Answered By: Liam Warner Last Updated: Jan 29, 2020 Views: 57
To get footage from either the Memorial or MacKellar Hall, follow the steps below. if you want to access footage from the the Dickinson or Chapel, go here, or visit the links at the bottom of the page.
- Go to the relevant web address.
- Once this website is open Select the Channel 3 on the left side of the window (each channel represents a different camera set up in the venue).
- Select Recording from the options in the panel on the left-side of the window.
- Find the Recording for the Appropriate Time for the footage you need, and Click on the Title to Download it. The footage may take some time to download as the files are usually quite large.
- Once the video is downloaded launch a video editing program of your choice, such as Adobe Premier Pro or iMovie , and import the footage.
- Trim the Footage to remove excess footage at the start and the end of the clip. Ensure that the audio and video quality are acceptable to be published.
- Add the Scotch College Fade-in Sequence at the start of the video. This can be found on Staff Shared at the directory,
Staff Shared/Library/Logos and Crests/Video Assets/Logo/SCT_LOGO_video1080p.mov.
Add a fade transition between the Scotch College Fade-in Sequence and the start of the footage.
- Export the Footage in 720p from your video editing application.
This ask.PLCSCOTCH details this process: https://ask.plcscotch.wa.edu.au/faq/98532.
- Open your Exported Footage in Handbrake and Export it in a Lower Quality. Move the quality slider to the left to decrease the quality and file size, typically a setting of RF 18 is suitable for these recordings. Ensure that the file is less than 1GB.
The process for reducing file sizes with Handbrake can be found in this ask.PLCSCOTCH FAQ: https://ask.plcscotch.wa.edu.au/faq/91900.
- Upload this Video to YouTube through the Scotch Library Account. Instructions for this process can be found here. Ensure the video is unlisted.
- Add the link to Vidigami, intructions can be found here.