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I prefer to learn by doing. If doing is not an available option then seeing an activity in action is the next best thing. I've been playing around with recording videos.

Here is a sampling of some of my projects

 

I have two sets of videos posted on this page. The first are hosted on the websiteYouTube and you must be online in order to be able to view them. For those of you that are viewing this portfolio site via a CD-ROM, please scroll down to the bottom of the page where you'll find links to the files that are contained on the CD itself.

This video shows all the steps for adding an XLR Canon connector the end of a microphone cable. I made this video so that all my students could see the process up close. The class roster included 23 students. Doing this demonstration live didn't allow everyone to follow along.

During my Computers in Architecture class, I would record my demonstrations. After finishing, I played them for the class while I wandered around answering questions.

 

.for those of you viewing this portfolio via a CD, please click on one of these links to view the videos.

Soldering Video

122 meg MPG Quicktime file.

91 meg Windows Media Version


 

 

 

 

Set Change Video:
1 meg Windows Media File

Video of the Running Crew for Mame doing an "in one" set change. Being able to show new crew members a quite team effort before their first tech rehearsal helps keep them focused.

Acad: Extrude to a path 8meg AVI file
Acad: Fillet 5meg AVI file
Acad: More Filleting 9meg AVI file

During my Computers in Architecture class, I would record my demonstrations. After finishing, I played them for the class while I wandered around answering questions.

I've discovered that some people are having trouble playing these AVI files. You'll need the proper codec. Click here and download this one. Then install...
http://www.techsmith.com/download/codecs.asp