I just got back from the Apple store with iWeb. With a .mac account it makes putting viddeo up on the web pretty easy. Some folks had been asking me about the new Rode stereo camera mounted video mic (SVM).
I enjoyed that Ty - didn't have any problems linking, downloading, or playing back -and it had some decent audio quality playing back through my PB. I'm interested to see how it sounds on the workstation setup. Are there instructions for using iweb? I already have a .mac account.
There are instructions. iWeb is pretty easy, but has some restrictions as a result. I have a Ti Book and a G5. At present, if you start a page or site on one computer, you have to continue making changes from THAT computer. You can't completely remove a site, you have to replace it with one (not such a big deal).
You can log on to your .mac account and remove files as it sees them on your iDisk, but each page generates 4-6 files and you need to be careful you don't trash a file you need.
Putting the site together was fairly easy. The main page is simply a picture I shot of my keyboard and a bunch of links to my existing site and pages.
Movies 1, 2 and 3 I made with iWeb, adding the audio and video files was easy; drag and drop. The audio files seemed to need pictures above each play/stop bar, but the "picture here" signs disappear when you publish the page.
Ty Ford's "Audio Bootcamp Field Guide" was written for video people who want better audio. Find out more at http://www.tyford.com