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Using CamStudio from a pen Drive [ID:382] (1/1)

in series: Using CamStudio from a pen Drive

video tutorial by Dai, added 09/07

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In this video we show you how to setup CamStudio, Dm2, VirtualDub and Audacity to work off a pen drive so that you have a portable setup to create your screencasts.

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7. anonymous Sun, 03 Jan 2010 09:08

It is very easy to comment from the sidelines.. but here I go:

The presentation seemed disjointed, as if you were just saying what came to mind. I did not sense a framework that you had a point to point progression of topics that lead to a comprehensive whole. Introduce, Present, Summarize. There is a clutter of buttons and icons that are not necessary to what you are saying. The desktop image is cool, but a neutral one would be more effective.


6. anonymous Tue, 09 Oct 2007 10:44

All of of pendrives come with encryption utilities out of the box such as U3 from SanDisk. You usually have a hidden folder which only appears after you have entered the password. This utility come preloaded as an exe on the pendrive. Unfortunately these are usually windows only. You may find 3rd party utilities more useful.


5. anonymous Wed, 26 Sep 2007 05:46

If memory serves me, I think you can get true crypt portable which will encrypt your files for you. I did read an article not to long back and I'm sure it mentioned encrypting a whole pen drive.


Really good video, Dai! I like the idea of having a pen drive with me all the time so that I can access all of my files wherever I need them (@home, @school).

Is it possible to encrypt the entire pen drive (including the menu system) so that my personal files aren't available to anyone in case the pen drive gets stolen?


Really good video, Dai! I like the idea of having a pen drive with me all the time so that I can access all of my files wherever I need them (@home, @school).

Keep up the good work!


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Hi Dai, nice video. Again - this is another video about a totally new topic for me, grand stuff! The portable apps link (http://portableapps.com/) has everything the viewer needs.

These links will also help for Audacity mp3 editing (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/), window sizing and manipulation with dm2 (http://dm2.sourceforge.net/) and video editing with VirtualDub (http://www.virtualdub.org/).

Viewers can learn more about CamStudio with my 4-part series on installing and making screencasts:

http://showmedo.com/videos/series?name=camstudioSeries

Cheers,

Ian.


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