New Tech Idea for Blog – Youtube and Vimeo for Oral Argument Recordings

youtubePlease take a look at the top right hand column, and you will see one of the “old” Supreme Court argument videos I had obtained (capture during live arguments) from the Supreme Court web site.

I had posted these earlier using my paid “LibSyn” media account which I intend to use for podcasting and was going to use for these and other videos. However, these videos are large and will take up substantial band width.

Well, I have two plan “B”s to do this. YouTube and Vimeo.

YouTube is “free” and for the limited use I have now, I can post larger videos (longer than fifteen minutes). Hoorah!

vimeoI can also do the same with Vimeo but there is a price, but not much (eg. $69 per year).

My next step is to request in writing copies of the recorded oral arguments from the Supreme Court, and maybe even the Court of Appeals.

Of course, now that I have shown the way, maybe the AOC will do both “live” and “recorded” videos!

OF COURSE, WE/YOU/US CAN ALWAYS DO THIS INDEPENDENTLY BY JUST REQUESTING THE VIDEOS OF YOUR COA AND SCOKY ARGUMENTS AND GETTING THEM TO ME. IT’S THAT EASY.

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