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Wed Mar 13 15:56:29 UTC 2013
We could put this on kubuntu.org and eembed it or set as start page in
13 mar 2013 16:24, "Harald Sitter" <sitter.harald at gmail.com> napisał(a):
> On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 4:13 PM, Volkan Gezer <volkangezer at gmail.com>wrote:
>> 2013/3/13 Harald Sitter <sitter.harald at gmail.com>:
>> > On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 1:22 AM, Volkan Gezer <volkangezer at gmail.com>
>> >> Hello,
>> >> Today I noticed the openSUSE welcome video. What about doing something
>> >> similar for installation if user has access to internet? Maybe voice
>> >> can be only English, but subtitles may be added for localization.
>> > Feel free to organize this.
>> OK, but before, I have some questions:
>> *I know everything should be out-of-the-box and the display language
>> will remain in English. For this, do you think it is OK to use a
>> Virtual OS? It will reduce the performance a little bit and the window
>> manager effects, etc will be disabled... Do you recommend any tweaks
>> for VirtualPC for this?
> You won't get full desktop effects in a virtual setup, at least I have not
> seen this working a 100% recently. So really this ought to be recorded on
> an actual native installation with sane graphics drivers.
>> *Until what time should this be prepared?
> Well, it does not need to be tied into the release, however if you want it
> to be the video is required before mid-april at the latest.
>> *Will it be possible to include .webm (or any other formats you
>> prefer) before everything is installed? I could record a full-hd (or
>> 720p) videos for maximizing the video screen.
> No. What I would do is have it uploaded somewhere (youtube?) and then
> HTML5 play it (should be working just fine in qtwebkit). Another option
> would be to explicitly upload it as webm somewhere and HTML5 play it. To
> that extent I think a recording should be of sensible resolution; one can
> always scale down ;)
>> *Do you have any preference or wishlist to add in the beginning as a
>> slogan (of course except for Friendly Computing ;) ) or as an
>> introductory video?
> Nothing comes to mind :)
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