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Guidelines to upload videos and documents on the website

General rules
How to record video clips
How to upload videos from your smartphone/tablet
How to upload videos from your computer
How to upload images (from your mobile or computer)
How to upload technical articles (from your mobile or computer)

 

 


Modern smartphones and tablets allow every person, including those not having any experience in video production, to record short movies of more than acceptable quality for the type of final products targeted by this project. Any smartphone or tablet with a video recording application installed can be used for this purpose.

General rules
To add new contents like videos, images or documents, a complete registration on the Infowine website is required.
All items created by users have to be approved by the project staff before being public.
Users can modify their own items only before editor approval and publication.

How to record video clips
-    Set your video resolution, at maximum, to 640x480 (0,68 Mb/second) with the 4:3 format;
-    During recording, keep your smartphone horizontal for better viewing;
-    A few basic golden rules: leave 1-2 “empty” seconds at the beginning and at the end of each scene, move slowly from one subject to another, hold your device steady and avoid trembling, make sure you don’t have any strong light sources behind the main subject;
-    If your video includes a comment, first record the audio of the whole comment with the face of the speaker, possibly in a close and quiet place, then SEPARATELY record the images which help to explain or demonstrate the procedure: this will make later editing and assembly easier and more effective;
-    Before leaving the place, take some minutes to watch your video production (in particular, pay attention to the light effects and to the presence of disturbing noises) and, if necessary, record another video clip in case the key messages are not evident;
-    If the environment is too disturbed (wind, noisy machines etc.), consider to record (again) your comment in a more quiet situation;
-    Keep each video duration below 6-7 minutes, to avoid later managing of very heavy files. In case, it is better to record multiple short videos. In general, however, remember that you can upload videos that are up to 15 minutes long;
-    Take note of the main data related to the video (place, time, object, speaker, etc.) as soon as possible. Most video apps allow the editing of captions linked to the video;
- Supported YouTube file formats are: MOV, MPEG4, MP4, AVI, WMV, MPEGPS, FLV, 3GPP, WebM (for more information visit the link below: https://support.google.com/youtube/troubleshooter/2888402?hl=en).

How to upload videos from your smartphone/tablet
1.  Make sure you have a good and stable internet connection. It is preferable to have a wi-fi connection rather than a cellular data connection;
2.  Open the video on your mobile device;
3.  Select the “Share” symbol;
4.  Select the YouTube logo by clicking on it;
5.  Log in using your Google credentials or proceed to subscription;
6.  Upload your video, set it up as “public” and insert an explanatory title, a description and the wording “infowine” in the tags. (N.B. if the internet connection is slow, the uploading of long video clips can take up to several minutes);
7.  Once the upload is completed, start the video viewing;
8.  Select the “Share” icon or copy the video URL to later paste it on the Infowine website;
9.  Open this website and log in (remember that you must have previously registered);
10.   Select “Insert new item” and fill in the Title, Subtitle and Description fields, than select the “Videos” category and save;
11.  In the following page, select the “Video” tab and paste the URL of the video previously uploaded on YouTube, then save;
12.  At the same item you can also attach images in jpg, gif or png format, or other documents in pdf or zip format; 13.  The item will be public after editorial staff approval. Videos will be grouped together in a specific playlist.

How to upload videos from your computer
1.  Make sure you have a good internet connection;
2.  Enter the YouTube website and log in using your Google credentials or proceed to subscription;
3.  Upload your video, set it on “public”, insert an explanatory title, a description and the wording “infowine” in the tags. (N.B. if the internet connection is slow, the uploading of long video clips can take up to several minutes);
4.  Once the upload is completed, open the video;
5.  Copy the URL of the video (right-click on the video and then select “copy URL of the video”) to later paste it on the WINETWORK website;
6.  Log in on this website (remember that you must have previously registered);
7.  Select “Insert new item” and fill in the Title, Subtitle and Description fields, than select the “Videos” category and save;
8.  In the following page, select the “Video” tab and paste the URL of the video previously uploaded on YouTube, then save;
9.  At the same item you can also attach images in jpg, gif or png format (maximum size 1,5 Mb), or other documents in pdf or zip format (maximum size 5 Mb);
10.  The item will be public after editorial staff approval. Videos will be grouped together in a specific playlist.

How to upload images (from your mobile or computer)
1.   Log in on this website (remember that you must have previously registered);
2.  Select “Insert new item” and fill in the Title, Subtitle and Description fields, than select the “Images” category, and save;
3.  Upload your image selecting it from the files on your device (accepted formats are jpeg, gif or png, maximum size 1,5 Mb), and save (NB. according to the file size and to the quality of the internet connection, the uploading could take up to several minutes);
4.  The item will be public after editorial staff approval.


How to upload technical articles (from your mobile or computer)
1.   Log in on this website (remember that you must have previously registered);
2.  Select “Insert new item” and fill in the Title, Subtitle and Description fields, than select the “Technical articles” category and save;
3.  Upload your document selecting it from the files on your device (accepted formats are pdf or zip, maximum size 5 Mb) and save (NB. according to the file size and to the quality of the internet connection, the uploading could take up to several minutes);
4.  The item will be public after editorial staff approval.

Published on 09/09/2016
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