I STARTED EXPERIMENING with Veed.io on my Samsung Note 9 handset. Here are a few impressions concerning mobile content production, project templates, and workflow.
During the June 2022 audioMo (a month long audio challenge) Gena Haskett from the Anxiety Road podcast suggested several transcription services. And I liked what she was showing me with veed.io (or video if you want to slur the word). So I decided to try to compress veed.io into something I do on a handset, not on a desktop. Because we're trying to train people in the skills of mobile journalism and handsets. Tablets and handsets are really important for that cohort.
And the result? Big success with Veed.io!
I'm using a Samsung Note 9, a four year old handset with a cracked screen. I discovered templates inside of veed.io that look like they could suit several different purposes. I identified myself with an educational interest. I'm not using any templates right now. But the fact that they exist suggests that maybe I can adjust one of the templates for portrait view and then further iterate that as a project.
Veed.io is not an app. It is a free web service.
Veed.io works inside my handset's browser when I ask to see the desktop view. When I use the desktop view of veed.io on my handset, I can see projects and recordings. Both of them are at the bottom of the mobile handset screen.
Because I've set cookies on in my handset, I drop right into my projects whenever I return to Veed.io and that's convenient as I explore workflow.
This is just a first test. I need to play around with the veed.io. If you follow my Topgold Audio Clips, you will get my fastest observations.
Veed.io offers streaming with subtitles
At first touch, I really like the subtitles work and recording management of Veed.io. I plan to record short snippets in support of my autumn semester courses, sharing some of them on my InsideView.ie blog. I think it's really special to know I can live stream with subtitles that are 90% accurate while using the veed.io service. I might set up a weekly stream as I try to unpack the essential ingredients of creative leadership.