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Multimedia Development

12 October 2010

In 2005, The Department of Information Systems (now defunct) at Massey University contacted me and asked me to develop a Flash based presentation. The presentation was to be distributed on the web and via CD to inform prospective students about studying at Massey and studying Information Systems.

The presentation included interactive components, inbuilt Flash video clips and could be delivered at full-screen and at low bandwidth based on user preference. Many aspects of the work (such as the green screen work used with Rawinia) was done on an exceptionally limited budget!

Information Systems
Information Systems
Information Systems

Click here to see a short video of the 2005 Flash-based presentation

 

In 2006 I was part of a group that captured a performance for College Street Normal at the Regent Theatre, Palmerston North. The performances were captured over two nights featuring three cameras and one stills photographer. I then used Final Cut Pro to edit the material and build an interactive DVD. The DVD included sideshow presentations of the images taken over the two nights.

College Street Normal DVD
College Street Normal DVD
College Street Normal DVD

Here are some additional multimedia presentations that I developed related to the use of Adobe Connect and Adobe Presenter at Massey University:

  • An animation (created using Adobe Captivate in 2007) that guided staff through the process of how to publish presentations to the Adobe Connect server at Massey University - Click here to view the presentation
  • An animation (created using Adobe Captivate in 2006) that was designed to be played within an Adobe Connect meeting when participants first arrived in the meeting - Click here to view the presentation
  • A multimedia presentation (created using Adobe Captivate in 2008) giving tips when using Adobe Connect - Click here to view the presentation

Please note - These presentations were created using now obsolete versions of Adobe Captivate. The versions you can
access here have been converted to HTML5 in 2017 and scaled up for all devices, but otherwise remain unchanged.