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Seattle Pacific University Library, Lower Level
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Canon PowerShot SX260 HS Camera
Online User Guide
20x Optical zoom
Full HD video capabilities
GPS feature to allow for setting locations with photos
#1 Turn Canon PowerShot on using the [On/Off] button on the top …
Sony Bloggie Touch Camera
The Tech Desk offers a video and still image capturing device, the Bloggie Touch. For detailed information on this camera please refer to the complete manual ( http://www.docs.sony.com/release/MHSTSseries_handbook.pdf ). For basic usage instructions, see below.
*Be careful to not cover up the microphone when recording. There is a yellow X near the microphone …
In late 2011 the Seattle Pacific University Library launched the Tech Desk as a new student service point. The Tech Desk provides technology tools, assistance, and space for students to discover, create, and share. The Tech Desk is open during regular library hours and staffed by trained peer mentors ready to assist students with their educational technology needs. Our tools, …
To convert AVI files to MOV please refer to the following tutorial. The conversion allows Mac users to play and edit files recorded from video cameras from their AVI default file type to the MOV format which functions on a Mac.
Please note, this conversion must be done on a Mac using QuickTime player.
#1 Open the AVI file with QuickTime player
#2 Select the [Window] tab …
The Tech Desk allows for a three-day check out of a Mini Tri-Pod, suitable for smaller devices such as cameras, flip video cameras, and other hand-held recording devices. To mount a device using the screw-in stand, please see instructions below.
#1 Twist the stand so the arrow indicates the tri-pod is in the “unlock position” and press on the “JOBY” logo button to slide out the …
This tutorial provides instructions to upload a video to YouTube with privacy sharing restricts to those with a link, unlisted.
#1 Log in to YouTube with your YouTube account. You can also use a Google account (Gmail) if you want. Google owns YouTube. If you do not have a YouTube or Google account you will need to sign up for one
#2 Click [Sign In]
#3 Enter …
Resources for Video Projects
Seattle Pacific University’s Library Tech Desk assists students in creating and publishing video projects. The following outline provides guidance for video consultations with students.
Software and Accounts
YouTube is an easy-to-use resource to publish a video project. The upload can be done in a way only those given the specific URL to …