Screencast Ideas wiki

Diego Escobar dezone24 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 15:06:38 UTC 2008


2008/6/6 Nicu Buculei <nicu_fedora at nicubunu.ro>:

> rafael liu wrote:
>
>> I don't actually know how to make a screencast, but I volunteer for making
>> Live USB screencast. I think it's a really attractive tool for beginners and
>> a great chance to aggregate more users to Fedora.
>>
>
> Then start by reading this: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ScreenCasting(but I am afraid the info there is a bit old and could use some updating)
>
> One complication I can think of is that I would have to reboot my machine
>> to boot the USB... Maybe a screencast made by a virtual machine? Any
>> suggestions?
>>
>
> I am not sure what is the target of the proposed screencast: creating a
> Live USB? booting it? working with it?
>
> For creation, you can record the terminal window where the image is
> transferred to Live USB, for booting it, yes, you will need a VM and for
> working with the stick (live persistence), you can install Istanbul on the
> stick.
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Thanks for your response. I had the same question.
The list is looking good and growing. I did my first suggestion and also I
am interested to do the screencast. (I will learn how to).

Regards

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Diego Escobar
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