Using Real Video Solution
Using QuickTime Solution
QuickTime/Flash ver 2
The first Real Video file is 320 x 240 pixel size copy of a 3 minute sequence from a Help Session I taught this spring semester. The file is 6 MB in size and is playing from my server in my office at Oklahoma State University.
The first QuickTime file is a movie that is 240 x 180 pixels in size. It is about 2.5 minutes in length and is 25 MB and is playing as a fast start from my HTTP server in my office.
The next two QuickTime movies Lecture Ex. 1 and Ex. 2 are also fast start movies playing from my HTTP server. However, these QuickTime movies have been embedded into the web page in such a way that I can provide some text describing what is happening in the video. Ex.1 is 46 MB and Ex. 2 is 52 MB in size. Ex. 2 has some additional interactivity available.
The second Real Video file is 320 x 240 pixel size copy of a lecture over the gas laws that I delivered for AP Chemistry by Satellite broadcast in the fall of 1990. The file is 6 minutes in length, 13 MB in size and is streaming off the RealVideo Server at Oklahoma State University.
The streaming QuickTime movie is streaming off an OSX server in the Department of Foreign Languages at OSU. The file is 678 MB, 43 minutes long and has a window size of 240 x 180 pixels.
The RealVideo of Significant Figures streams off the RealVideo server. This file is interesting because the Real Player is embedded in an HTML page within the browser. This is the first example of a SMIL file. The video plays in the left frame and at particular time points in the video a web page is displayed. The web pages are located on the HTTP server in my office. This file was created using RealProducer Pro. This software produces several files which include files containing the links to the web pages along with the specific times those links are to be displayed. The software also produces the HTML files to display the video, and additional files transparent to the user but critical for the RealVideo server. The additional interactivity in this example was developed using NetCloak a product of Maxum. This software provides a relative simple environment to allow interactivity using forms.
The audio/SMIL examples are five different files using RealAudio synchronized with web pages to demonstrate problem solving. Three of the examples introduce stoichiometry and the last two are examples of limiting reagent calculations.
The next set of files show the same an interactive example of a Help Session I did for my students this Spring. The two links in the RealVideo column are two different interfaces for te same information. Both the files are SMIL examples using RealVideo and realtext. The video is a about 1 hour and 45 minutes in length. The RealVideo is streaming from the RealVideo server. The QuickTime example uses Flash to produce some enhanced interactivity. The video is in QuickTime streaming from the OSX server. The video is only about 54 minutes in length. I've been having problems streaming the 1 hour 45 minute QuickTIme file.
The last file, AP Chemistry Institute, is my latest example (still working on it) of a RealVideo/SMIL example. This example countains three hours of video. The interactivity is produces using SMIL. The video is streaming off the RealVideo server on campus. I've not yet produced the corresponding Flash/QuickTime version.