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  1. Online video – Case studies

    Online video – Case studies. Case Study 1:. Just get this video online.Make it easy to use – like my DVD player. ... User comments on the video are not sought, and the video is expected to have a high initial demand, trailing off quickly after the

    http://webguide.gov.au/types-of-content/online-video/online-video-case-study/ - 19k - Cached

  2. Online video

    Online video. Many government websites now include videos. They are attractive because they are easy to use and have an established audience. ... Users can either link to their video on a third party site or use an embedded video player on their own

    http://webguide.gov.au/types-of-content/online-video/ - 18k - Cached

  3. Online video – Technical considerations

    Online video Technical considerations. Streaming, live streaming or download? Streaming/progressive download. ... Most web browsers are today capable of playing video as it downloads, either by a video player being embedded into a web page or the use of

    http://webguide.gov.au/types-of-content/online-video/online-video-technical-considerations/ - 21k - Cached

  4. Online video – Business considerations

    Online video – Business considerations. Online videos are a valuable tool and can be used very effectively to promote messages. ... However, the terms of use of some of third party online video providers conflict with government obligations and practice

    http://webguide.gov.au/types-of-content/online-video/online-video-business-considerations/ - 23k - Cached

  5. Government 2.0 tools

    Media distribution. Public sector agencies produce a vast range of media in the process of their work video, audio and still photography are a valuable resource that can be shared and ... YouTube. Video, of any length, can be a useful tool in spreading a

    http://webguide.gov.au/web-2-0/gov-2-0-primer/government-2-0-tools/ - 45k - Cached

  6. 1.4. Capability Assessment

    Time-Based Media formats. The term ‘time-based media’usually refers to content that is audio-only, video-only or a combination of audio and video.

    http://webguide.gov.au/accessibility-usability/accessibility/capability-assessment/ - 27k - Cached

  7. Government 2.0 scenarios

    Wiki functionality is available through govdex. A library of official video and photos for use by staff in their work and shared between agencies. ... Third party providers were used to disseminate materials, such as video from events, or used as input

    http://webguide.gov.au/web-2-0/gov-2-0-primer/government-2-0-scenarios/ - 32k - Cached

  8. Agency advertising on commercial websites

    Internet video advertising. These include ads in videos on video sharing sites, such as YouTube, as well as streaming video in banner ads. ... Inappropriate association. In the Online video guidance in the Web Guide the risk of inappropriate association

    http://webguide.gov.au/types-of-content/advertising-2/agency-advertising-on-commercial-websites-2/ - 28k - Cached

  9. The AGIMO Government 2.0 Primer

    10 Feb 2012: Wiki functionality is available through govdex. A library of official video and photos for use by staff in their work and shared between agencies. ... Third party providers were used to disseminate materials such as video from events or used as input

    http://webguide.gov.au/files/2010/12/AGIMO-Gov-2-Primer-v102.doc - 618k - doc - View as HTML

  10. The AGIMO Government 2.0 Primer Government 2.0 scenarios and ...

    10 Feb 2012: Wiki functionality is available through govdex. A library of official video and photos for use by staff in their work and shared between agencies. ... Third party providers were used to disseminate materials such as video from events or used as input

    http://webguide.gov.au/files/2010/12/AGIMO-Gov-2-Primer-v102.pdf - 295k - pdf - View as HTML

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