Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
calcpage at aol.com
Mon Jun 21 11:32:47 UTC 2010
On Jun 19, 2010, at 12:07 AM, Basil Chupin <blchupin at iinet.net.au>
> On 18/06/10 19:59, Calcpage wrote:
>> On Jun 18, 2010, at 2:58 AM, Basil Chupin<blchupin at iinet.net.au>
>>> On 17/06/10 07:52, calcpage at aol.com wrote:
>>>> OK, I got my "youtube recording studio" working on my 64bit dual-
>>>> athlon using Ubuntu 10.04!
>>>> See what you think about my first recording demoing SAGE:
>>>> A. Jorge Garcia
>>>> Teacher& Professor
>>>> Applied Mathematics, PhysicsÃ‚& Computer Science
>>>> Baldwin Senior High School& Nassau Community College
>>> Firstly, it is nice to read such a Thank You, and great to read that
>>> got the whole setup working.
>>> Secondly, the video looks great and well presented.
>>> Thirdly, a tiny suggestion for you to consider: you can get more
>>> area to play with if you hid the top panel of Ubuntu (right-click,
>>> Preferences, Autohide) and then also "lose" the top panels of
>>> (View, Toolbars) when you are making a recording. Just a
>>> Paranoia is simply an optimistic outlook on life.
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>> Thanx, that's a good idea. However, the more real estate I record
>> longer it takes to render the video when I am done recording. In
>> fact, if you take a look at my 2nd recording, SAGE 102, on my YouTube
>> channel, you will note that I reduced the desktop resolution for the
>> same reason!
>> See what you think of my 2nd recording ever using Linux:
>> I also tweaked the mic settings a bit.
> The sound is definitely better.
> Re the video. Both videos are 47.2MB big so from the viewers point of
> view (no pun intended) both will take the same amount of time to
> view/download. And keep in mind that to view either properly requires
> both to be seen at full screen - reducing the resolution of your
> recording may degrade the final quality of the picture and, of course,
> is a very subjective assessment. I guess the obvious way to go is to
> your target audience for comments :-) . I was able to up the viewing
> from the default of 360p to 720p resolution but I don't know what your
> target audience can handle.
> Irrespective of anything, you got Ubuntu to do what you wanted and
> surely deserves a good toast of at least a quart of the best :-)
> Kind regards,
Wow, that's strange that both videos are now 47MB. When I uploaded
the first video it was around 40MB and the second was about 80MB. I
guess when YouTube processes them for HD and they change to format to
*.flv that makes the files a bit more uniform?
A. Jorge Garcia
Applied Math & CS
Sent from my iPod
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