Flip Video

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Flip Video

A consumer camcorder and video sharing service from Cisco. Introduced in 2007 by Pure Digital Technologies and acquired by Cisco in 2009, the product was discontinued in 2011. Software for organizing, editing and sharing came pre-stored in the unit for installation on the computer, and both software and videos were uploaded via USB.

FlipShare TV
FlipShare TV was a wireless media hub for streaming videos from the user's computer to a TV set. It used its own transmission system to the hub via a USB-based dongle in the computer.


Flip Video Cameras
Flip models were very popular for a while because of their small size and ease of use. However, as smartphones emerged with acceptable video cameras, they slowly faded away. (Image courtesy of Cisco Systems, Inc., www.cisco.com)
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I dived under the bed, pulled out a large plastic box that holds all our digital stuff, took out my Flip camera, leant on the wall to keep the camera steady and waited at the window for the thunder, rain and lightning and all of nature's fury to be unleashed.
Our analytic process began with categorisation of lessons (see King, Winner, & Ginns, 2011) followed by the transcription of interviews and Flip camera recordings.
Instructional techniques included the use of the Flip camera to videotape a walking field trip, which commenced a Language Experience Approach lesson.
Our strategy was students would use the Flip camera to film one another searching the library catalog and locating a book.
We shot it all on a basic Flip camera and I edited it in iMovie over the next few weeks.
The next time this happened, I broke out the old Flip camera and recorded it.
org The winners of the contest will receive a customized HD Mino Flip Camera as a courtesy of the UN Foundation, honorary title of Citizen Ambassador to the UN for two years, complimentary flight and 2 night stay in New York City (date to-be-announced).
In David Guy Levy's "A Love Affair of Sorts," a two-handed variation on a personal diary film, the pudgy producer-turned-helmer aims his flip camera at himself for an art project whose aesthetic raison d'etre appears vague even to himself.
When the credit union wanted a one-minute video, a member who worked in media services at one of the hospitals served by RHSECU produced the video on her flip camera.
Chambers and Jim Grubb, Cisco's chief demonstration officer, demonstrated how Videoscape can receive content from a Flip camera and display it on an Android smartphone.
Just because you own a Flip camera doesn't mean you should shoot a 47-minute talking-head video of the CFO explaining the quarterly earnings.