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Screencast Tutorial Videos on Linux Mint (80+)

Postby osgui on Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:24 am

Hi there Linux Mint community,

I know I'm new to this forum, but I have been using this OS for many years! since it came out I think...

I have made around 80 video screencast tutorials about Linux Mint & Ubuntu so far and will keep making more... :P

http://www.youtube.com/OSGUIShow All of our Video Screencast Tutorial Reviews can be found on YouTube. Please subscribe and add us as your friend. Please also leave nice ratings and comments on the videos. (Best place to watch the videos for most users as YouTube is fast and lowers the quality for the client to play smooth)

http://twitter.com/osguicom Please Follow us on Twitter

http://osgui.blip.tv watch our videos in High Definition at the OS GUI Tech TV Show Channel on Blip.tv (works well for very High Speed BroadbandADSL2+/Cable)

Overview:
OS GUI is about technology, the name means a few things... Open Source, Operating Systems, & Graphical User Interfaces. We try to promote Ubuntu Linux and much more.
Mission:
Community driven with a focused on exploring everything about Open Source Software and Operating Systems be it PC, Mac, Linux or embedded devices. We also hope to expose many Open Source Application, & Information Technology - what ever it's platform.
Site serves to provide a community portal for existing Microsoft Windows users, new and experienced Linux users, Apple Mac users, and users of all other types of Operating Systems, to a place for people to share ideas, information, news, screenshots, video's, buy & sell technology, and much more...
Features:
Lots of Video Screencast tutorials
Hundreds of Articles
File Repository Directory Database Listing System.
Hundreds of Videos
Hundreds of Pictures and Photos in the Gallery
Free Marketplace
Community Forums
Social Networking interactive features

Thanks for your interest.

Please provide comments suggestions and feedback.
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Re: Screencast Tutorial Videos on Linux Mint (80+)

Postby exploder on Mon Oct 19, 2009 4:33 pm

osgui, that's pretty cool! I watched one of your videos before I went to work this morning. That is a really good way to help people lean about Linux. Very nice work! :D
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Re: Screencast Tutorial Videos on Linux Mint (80+)

Postby osgui on Mon Oct 19, 2009 5:09 pm

Thanks mate.

I take requests, so let me know if you want me to make a Video on any subjects
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Re: Screencast Tutorial Videos on Linux Mint (80+)

Postby exploder on Mon Oct 19, 2009 5:25 pm

I take requests, so let me know if you want me to make a Video on any subjects


Hey thanks! I want to look through some of the ones you have made. You did a nice job, audio and video were real nice on the one I watched.

Edit: I just watched the video on Miro, very nice! This is a really nice way to show people what is out there and how to use it. I see you have a large variety of videos covering many different things. I am very impressed! :D
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Re: Screencast Tutorial Videos on Linux Mint (80+)

Postby osgui on Mon Oct 19, 2009 5:37 pm

Thanks, well not all of them are such good quality... The first dozen I made had bad or low audio and I was having so many problems with Kdenlive that nothing ever rendered correctly so up until a week ago when 0.7.6 came out all the vids I made either where not edited and look good or if they where edited there was something wrong with them... hahaha thankfully they fixed the problems with Kdenlive and now I can make my videos the way I want... ;-)
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Re: Screencast Tutorial Videos on Linux Mint (80+)

Postby optimize me on Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:37 pm

I just tried to watch and any video I click on just loads and loads and never plays.

Maybe it's just me...
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Re: Screencast Tutorial Videos on Linux Mint (80+)

Postby osgui on Mon Oct 19, 2009 10:08 pm

optimize me wrote:I just tried to watch and any video I click on just loads and loads and never plays.

Maybe it's just me...


I think you where using the Blip.TV channel? Because the Blip.tv Channel is HD and you really need ADSL2+ or Cable, otherwise you need to let it load before watching... Also sometimes Blip'tv servers are slow...

However, the videos on YouTube are LD/SD and should work for anyone with a ADSL1 speed type connection...

You can also download the videos on Miro.
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