Recording Video from a Mobile Device
You may record video from your mobile device using your device's built-in camera.
Depending on your assignment or your subject matter, you may wish to use an external microphone and a tripod. A tripod will improve stability, preventing your video from appearing shaky. An external microphone is helpful for improving audio quality, especially if your subject(s) is further away from the camera.
The eLis department at University Hall offers students and faculty an array of audio and video equipment for short and long term (on special request) loan at no cost. For more information regarding this service please click here
There are may tripod and microphone options available. Below are some inexpensive suggestions:
|Polsen HH-IC Handheld Condenser Microphone||http://tinyurl.com/PolsenMicrophone||$40|
|IK Multimedia iRig Mic Cast Voice Recorder||http://tinyurl.com/iRigMicCast||$30|
|ALM External Mounted 180° Rotational Microphone||http://tinyurl.com/ALMmicrophone||$25|
|Joby GripTight Micro Stand||http://tinyurl.com/GripTightStand||$17|
|Square Jellyfish Tablet Tripod Mount||http://tinyurl.com/JellyfishMount||$18|
|iStabilizer smartFlex Flexible Leg Tripod with
Uploading Your Video to myLesley from a Mobile Device
|Once you have recorded your video, you may easily upload it to your myLesley course via Kaltura Media.
Instructions may be found here: http://tinyurl.com/KalturaMobile.