cgarver at gmail.com
Sun Feb 10 22:08:08 GMT 2008
video tutorials are nice, but if youre gonna rely on youtube or googlevids
to host, the resolution is always too poor
ill take good solid *illustrated* documentation over video anyday... also,
most every linux related video ive seen has very poor english, so theres
speaking of english, videos would be central to one language only... you
cant use google or babelfish to translate a video :(
On Feb 10, 2008 7:49 AM, ciper lone <ciperlone at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello my friends! After chatting in the IRC #ubuntustudio I was invited to
> make a suggestion to the developers of ubuntustudio: to make some
> As I experienced, videotutorials are an easy and fast way to learn a lot
> about a program. And I believe it's easier to make a videotutorial than to
> write one: all one have to do is to install a screencapture program, and
> talk to the microphone to explain what one is doing (or if one doesn't have
> a microphone, one can post-edit the video with text messages).
> I'm a newbie to linux, but I'm not a newbie to audio/MIDI related issues.
> I would like to help, but I'm just a starter to this journey of audio apps
> in linux...
> What do you guys think of the idea? Please reply to my email. Thank you
> Have some good mixes ;)
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