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| Posted: Mar 13, 2014 | Ends: 12d, 3h |
We have a client for whom we are providing a customized WebSphere 7+ solution. We have hired an Elance consultant and while he is a master WebSphere developer who has met his milestones we may also need some additional assistance with the project (we will know within a day or so). This project involves creating a WCM video player component that will be inserted as an HTML component into the client's existing portal. There is also a gallery page with associated functionality, also created as a WCM component. The final solution will provided to the client as a library that can be imported. The solution requires DoJo (not jQuery), a specific light box (which we have), and potentially a custom video player solution, though for the time being we are using FlowPlayer. If you are capable and interested in providing additional support for this project if we need it, please let me know. Note that you must be located in the USA. No Exceptions. Thanks you.
Category: Web Programming
Hourly Rate: Not Sure
| Duration: Not Sure
| Posted: Mar 12, 2014 | Ends: 11d, 10h |
Hey Michael, I saw you submitted a proposal for the video job I posted a few weeks ago. I pulled back from posting that job publicly because I wasn't ready to give someone else the responsibility. However, now that has changed. Below is the job detail reposted below. Would you be interested in taking this job? If so what would be your hourly wage? Pat I am looking for someone to take over the video editing responsibilities of a volleyball website that I run. Basically I film top volleyball coaches and cut up that footage into snippets for online learning. Here are some examples: [obscured] /volleyball-serving-for-beginning-players/ [obscured] /continuous-4s-volleyball-drill/ [obscured] /solo-reps-unstructured-practice-is-great-for-skill-building/ Videos come in large files from multi hour shoots that I would share via Amazon S3 or dropbox. The current backlog of videos ar...
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| Posted: Mar 09, 2014 | Ends: 83d, 14h |
If you have experience - scripting - recording - narrating - titling & providing in-frame instructions Please apply for this job giving your best terms and rates. The instructional videos, or tutorials, will be 1-4 minutes but typically around 2 minutes. You must be a native-English speaker and have exhibited competence in this field. We will provide a detailed explanation of each subject the client wishes explained in a tutorial. Then it is your job to write the script. Then we approve the script, including the squibs (inserted instructions or notes). Then you do the screen capture, voice over and titling and send us a DRAFT. Upon approval, or revision, you send us the final ready to be published. This job will be item-by-item, tutorial-by-tutorial. You will be paid separately for each. But, the entire job could be more than a year long as there are quite a few items that need to be explained. Thus, your bid is per issue turned into a tutorial. Please provide ...
Preferred Location: United Kingdom