Are you getting weary of low quality audio when recording on your iPhone or iPad? You know, where it sounds hollow and faint because you're recording 8-10 feet away from person speaking? Or the voice of your on-camera talent fades and drops ... READ MORE
If you're a regular visitor to the IFAS Video YouTube channel, you've seen more than a few of our recipe videos. These videos are recorded from a "bird's eye view" that utilizes an overhead camera rig seen here: ... READ MORE
Working on a UF/IFAS blog post and looking for some video content to help support your blog message? Then look no further than UF IFAS Social. This YouTube video channel is managed and curated by IFAS Communications Video and contains a plethora ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, FL - In the 1967 classic film ‘The Graduate”, Mr. McGuire tells young Benjamin “There’s a great future in plastics”. He was right. Plastics replaced glass, metal and wood in many products. While most plastics are petroleum ... READ MORE
For those looking for the Food is Our Middle Name logo to be part of their food-related video productions, IFAS Communications Video provides an animated version of the new logo. This graphic is then ... READ MORE
This is an update to the 2019 video tutorial YouTube Captioning for UF/IFAS Videos. Since that post, YouTube has changed a few elements so this updated version is provided to help those working with YouTube and its auto-caption feature.
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Al Williamson, with IFAS Communications Educational Video, shows how using an iPad to record and upload video might be an option for those looking to add videos to their IFAS Blogs.
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Wow! That's a lot of bugs! And appearing again for another year is Bug Week at the University of Florida! Visit http://bugs.ufl.edu for more information about insects, featuring the UF/IFAS Entomology and Nematology Department! READ MORE
Jewel Midelis, web writer with IFAS Communications, highlights some features on the blogs.ifas blogging site and explains how blogging can further your Extension, department or specialty programs out reach! READ MORE