Can record screencasts on Windows?
matthew.penguincentral at gmail.com
Sun Oct 21 01:22:23 BST 2007
On 10/21/07, Tabrez Iqbal <tabrez.iqbal at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been meaning to ask these two questions for some time :
> 1. Will it be okay if someone wants to make a screencast on a windows
> machine using Free or propriety software just temporarily(say, for some
> reason they don't have access to their GNU/Linux system)? I do understand
> the philosophy behind using only Free software to popularise a Free
> operating system, I am only talking about exceptional cases.
No, because we make screencasts only about Ubuntu.
2. There was an issue raised about the accent of Alan Pope. Now what chance
> does a person stand who has:
> a. a voice that people find it difficult to follow, say, over phone;
Listen to my podcast, although episode 8 was recorded using Gizmo Project,
it really does sound like a landline phone call.
b. a non-American, non-British accent(mine is Indian/Asian) ?
Yeah, I have an Australian Accent, and I can understand Alan quite well.
Can somebody else record the audio if a script is provided and send it back
> to the person who can merge it with the video?
> A Suggestion: How about including a link to the subtitle file(when
> available) directly every screencast post?
Isn't that already happening?
> Tabrez Iqbal
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