Cheyenne, WY (PRWEB) October 17, 2006
The first of the Hot Audio Video Tips home study courses was released to the public today. Although aimed at beginners who want to learn how to add audio to their websites, there are many tips and resources for the more advanced users as well.
"Initially our intention was to focus on providing a service for streaming audio and video for those who wish to add it to their sites. But after having spent months researching the process, the services available and how it could easily be implemented into a website, we realized that the mainstream website owners were for the most part grossly unprepared and at the mercy of the existing providers" say Komee Carpenter and Cathy Linderman of 107 Solutions, Inc.
This initial Hot Audio Tips training release is the foundation for all the audio & video home study courses to follow. It offers interactive training tutorials developed and presented by Mrs. Linderman, who has an extensive background in teaching and lecturing. The training is offered as digital downloads, so it may be accessed the same day as purchased.
Easy To Learn Streaming Media
Even the novice website owner can easily follow along with the audio tutorials and step by step outline/manual that is provided in a PDF format. "Students have a much better retention of what they are learning, if they hear it, see it, write it and do it while they are learning, and our interactive training provides all of this in one neat package" says Mrs. Linderman.
Audio and video over the internet comes in the forms of streaming, on-demand and downloads. Downloads are the form most people are familiar with. They make a purchase, and download an audio, music or video file to their computer or portable player.
With the popularity of vlogs(video blogs), RSS, podcasting and social sites on the rise, there is a great need for web site owners to realize that they can learn how to add audio and video to their sites themselves.
Streaming media (whether live or on-demand) generally means audio or video is being played directly within the website or within your media player on your computer, but it is not being downloaded and saved to your hard drive.
Live streaming refers to watching an event as it happens, with just a few seconds delay. On-demand streaming is watching a prerecorded event, and is often times referred to as 'simulated live'.
For additional information on streaming media and adding audio and video to your web site, contact Cathy Linderman or visit the Hot Audio Video Tips website where you can register for a free Suite of Audio Video Tools that will give you a taste of what 107 Solutions, Inc is all about. If you are specifically interested in the Hot Audio Tips training go to the Hot Audio Tips site for more information.