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Making Progress

Published on 7/30/2016
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Time is always squeezed when you want to produce promotional material for your online efforts, but if you keep at it the techniques have a way of working themselves out.

I wanted to do a demo showing how easy it really is to use Just Browsing Linux from a USB Thumb drive, but my normal method for doing demo videos is to use Camtasia Studio to record the screen and narration together. Obvously it won't run on Linux, and if it would you still can't record the boot up process without having the operating system live to run the software.

My first attempt was to use my Smartphone ro record the screen, then add the audio after the fact to get a finished product. Trying to hold the phone with one hand while running the computer with the other is herky-jerky at best and you don't know whether to watch the computer screen or the phone screen to see what you are doing, AAARGGG!!!

So today I tried it again, by shooting the screen with my Flip Camera and importing it into Camtasia. Then I played it back while I recorded the synchronized sound track with Audacity and imported that into Camtasia too. Sounds easy, but it's not simple to fix the glitches. I finally recorded the parts I needed to fix as seperate sound files, then in Camtasia I split the audio and video so I could slide them back and forth to sychronize the best I could and delete out the chunks I needed to replace.

I still think I accomplished the goal, of showing in real time how long it takes and just how simple it is to use. So if you want the benefit of using the Internet with NO RISK of spyware or virus problems, take a look.


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