Handbrake Video Compression Application for LiveText


Handbrake is an open source video transcoder which can be downloaded FREE from the internet. This application makes it easy for users to convert multiple types of video files into MP4 (a universal video format). Handbrake also provides users the opportunity to choose different profiles based on the device.

LiveText recommends Handbrake because it is FREE, simple, fast and easy to use.

Click here: To download Handbrake

Click here: For instructions on how to use Handbrake for compressing videos 

Click here: For instructions on how to assess videos in LiveText (For Faculty)


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Five New Year’s Resolutions for College Faculty


 Five New Year’s Resolutions for College Faculty

One of the perks of an academic career is the year-end break in December. It gives us some predictable downtime (or at least a bit of time within our control) when we can reflect on what went well during the past year and…Read More

Article by: Karen Hughes Miller, PhD

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Season’s Greetings!

Season’s Greetings and Best Wishes from “The Educator”


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New Updates from LiveText – Student and Faculty Workflows

Updates from LiveText

LiveText is pleased to announce the release of its enhanced student and faculty workflows. These changes, as stated by Livetext are intended to make workflows more intuitive for users, especially during assignment creation, submission and assessment processes.

To learn more about this and other application updates, go to www.livetext.com OR  training.livetext.com.

LiveText Webinars – Mark your Calendars! 

Webinar Orientations
With decluttered screens and clearer calls to action, students will experience an easier process for viewing assignment details, submitting and re-submitting an assignment, as well as viewing an instructor’s assignment assessment. Administrators and faculty users will experience a quicker, more elegant process for creating a key assignment, as well as using rubrics, comments and the optional grade feature during the assessment process. We will be holding webinars for faculty and administrator users to introduce these updates. To attend, click on one of the below dates and add it to your calendar.
Wednesday, December 9 at 2:00pm CT
Friday, December 11 at 10:00am CT


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