Name: [002] Ian Ozsvald
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Editing and Submitting [ID:182] (4/4)

in series: Make ShowMeDos with CamStudio

video tutorial by Ian Ozsvald, added 04/07

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Submitting your video is easy. First you need to make contact with us via our Submissions Form and we'll give you instructions for uploading your video. We also need a title and some description text and then we can publish your tutorials!

In this video I also talk about video editing and compressing the AVI file to make it easier to upload.

Links: 7-zip compressor, video editing notes in the wiki, VirtualDubMod open-source video editor.


Uploaded on 9th April 2007, running time 4 minutes.

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16. carl babers Wed, 06 Oct 2010 22:13

which of the four zip files should I download. I ask because the one you recommended on the video didn't compress my files, and neither does the 2010 64 bit version either.

Also, what type of microphone do I need to add voice/audio to my recordings?

Finally, is there a way for me to show the entire screen, instead of just the area within the squared-off green boundaries?


15. G. Samoht Mon, 16 Aug 2010 12:19

excellent--clear, complete, easy to understand. This is the 4th video I've watched. All 4 were top quality. Thank you for a job well done.

~~~ Gil 8/16/2010


In the third part of your cam-studio tutorials I thought you were going to at least give a 1 minute (How-To) video on how to make a screen cast video,but, I guess not.


13. Larry Watts Fri, 12 Mar 2010 13:06

Very good information on using the tools - one day I may be able to contribute something of value. I do like what I see here on the website for content.


12. anonymous Thu, 24 Dec 2009 08:44

First rate results following your instructions. Have recorded my first screencast and am pleased with the result.

Keep up the good work.


Ian - The bit about using a Submit button on the left side of the ShowMeDo home page is obsolete. Also, I'm struck again with the notion that it would be handy to have a kind of cheat sheet of plain text to go along with videos that would make it possible to cut and paste URLs. Would including them in the video description be a work around???

Resources:

http://blah.blah

http://blah.blah2

etc.


10. anonymous Sat, 20 Jun 2009 09:07

Hi Ian.... I will do some VirtualDub or VDMod videos for you... Will start sending starting July... I guess one every fortnight will all that will be possible. Let me know if that works for you. Thanks.


9. anonymous Thu, 07 May 2009 02:11

I really like your site and the videos you provide there. Just helped me yesterday to got up an running with capturing my first video.

Thanks,

Kurt


8. anonymous Tue, 14 Apr 2009 21:09

Nice resources compilation at the wiki.

Fairly informative video.

Ian style all the way.

Four thumbs up! Just monkeying around. : )

Two thumbs up!

Remember, smileys kill!


7. anonymous Sun, 22 Feb 2009 13:28

When I open my avi files recorded in CamStudio, the screen has a green or amber tint. I cannot seem to resolve this issue. It will also start out flickering and changing colors, but after a few seconds it settles down and the video can be seen, but always with this overlay color. I'm on Vista 64 bit PC. Any help solving this issue would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!


A section on how you compres and publish a video on a web page would be useful (I know you do this for showmedo but I need also to put the video on my website).


5. anonymous Mon, 04 Aug 2008 17:46

Review of Editing and Submitting

this was very informative, answered a lot of questions. I am looking for more info on the audio option of using the speakers and not the microphone. Do you have anything on that? I want to record short inspirational movie clips. When I record with microphone it picks up background noise. When I have it set to speakers, it is extremely low and sounds terrible. Thanks.


4. anonymous Tue, 04 Mar 2008 15:55

Review of Editing and Submitting

The explanation for the setup of camstudio is the most informative, I appreciate this very much


3. anonymous Mon, 03 Mar 2008 12:28

Thanks for your help--I have been needing a solution to teach my students how to navigate some of the functions of various software program that they must be able to use... with your help, I think I might be a successful! :)

(College students learning how to navigate the our uni's unique web systems and perhaps the American Financial Aid process...

Simply a God-send. :) (If you believe in that..)

<grin> THANK YOU


Hi spleenman0 - I saw the email that you sent to me and have replied, I'm sure we can get things sorted in short order. Will be great to have your 2d animation videos in ShowMeDo :-)

Ian.


hey i have emailed you several times about making videos but i have not recieved a reply!!!???!! i have some great videos please reply next time


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