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  1.    17 Apr 2015 #41

    These video howto's are going to be a big help for all the newbies when 10 gets released.
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       17 Apr 2015 #42

    I think so, too, that's why I am encouraging all members to "jump in" and show their favorite tricks or present or feature.
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       17 Apr 2015 #43

    Winuser said: View Post
    These video howto's are going to be a big help for all the newbies when 10 gets released.
    Yep, but the real problem is to get them over here.

    I tell everyone I know about these forums because they've helped me so very much. I even tell folks about Ten Forums in other forums that have comparable gurus.
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       17 Apr 2015 #44

    The first post in this thread should be a tutorial on how to create a video based tutorial.

    What program to use
    Where to upload it
    What format does it have to be in when uploaded

    stuff like that.
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       17 Apr 2015 #45

    Wynona said: View Post
    I tell everyone I know about these forums because they've helped me so very much. I even tell folks about Ten Forums in other forums that have comparable gurus.
    Fellow geeks & geekettes, check this thread: Fellow Ten Forums Enthusiasts!. It has some ideas about how to "spread the joy" .

    Ztruker said: View Post
    The first post in this thread should be a tutorial on how to create a video based tutorial.

    What program to use
    Where to upload it
    What format does it have to be in when uploaded

    stuff like that.
    First, let me ask this: Do you think that those members who actively write tutorials should first write a tutorial about writing a tutorial, only making new Windows tutorials after they have teached the tut making to every other member? Should those members who write good factual posts solving other members issues first write instructions to other members for writing good posts before helping in threads where they are needed?

    We are all here doing what we are capable to do, how and to the extent we are willing to do it. I don't see it as if those who volunteer to write tutorials, solve BSOD and activation issues and make videos or whatnot should first, before doing what they can teach all others to do the same.

    That being said, I am willing to take up the challenge. I am not a pro, I have my way of doing these videos but I could make a simple tutorial using free tools only, how to capture and edit the video with free tools and how to publish it on YouTube.

    If there's more interest for this and no volunteers to do it, I can do it as soon as my ToDo list allows it.
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       17 Apr 2015 #46

    I would like to see that when you have time Kari. They are very good videos
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       17 Apr 2015 #47

    Nice Job Kari
    Many will need your advice in the very near future.
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  8.    17 Apr 2015 #48

    @ Kari, If your ToDo list is anything like my wife's Honey-do list you're going to be awhile. Every time I get one thing done on the list she will find 2 more things to replace it.
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       17 Apr 2015 #49

    @Dude, here's how I do it, put very short:

    I do the recording with Microsoft Expression Encoder SP2. Because it is no longer in production, MS gives it out for free: Download Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 with Service Pack 2 (SP2) from Official Microsoft Download Center. Installation asks a product key which can be skipped, it is no longer needed. I record using Expression Encoder Screen Capture tool, and encode the raw material with Expression Encoder to a 1080 HD video.

    I use Hyper-V virtual machines; the Expression Encoder is running on my host but I record a vm. I am running a build 10041 host, and record either 10041 or 10049 virtual machines.

    When ready, I open the raw video in Windows Live Movie Maker 2012:

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    Here I will do the basic editing, add text slides, record narration, fast forwarding some sequences which for the purpose of the video I want to be included but which when running 1:1 time take too long making the video too boring, stuff like that. When ready I save the video in 1080 quality.

    Thereafter the only not free tool I use, I go to Adobe CC and Premiere Pro 2014. I use it to set all my clips together, video and audio, set audio levels so that background music volume is lower when there's narration and higher when not and increase or decrease the audio levels of the narration depending on if I think it came too loud or soft, create layers to hide phone numbers and emails and such and create any animations needed:

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    You can make pretty good videos with free tools only, you don't need Premiere Pro or similar. I just happen to have it making it my natural choice.

    That's the idea, to put it very simply .

    Kari
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       17 Apr 2015 #50

    Kari said: View Post
    . . . I could make a simple tutorial using free tools only, how to capture and edit the video with free tools and how to publish it on YouTube.

    If there's more interest for this and no volunteers to do it, I can do it as soon as my ToDo list allows it.
    That would be wonderful, Kari. I would love to be able to teach through video tutorials; however I don't have much of a clue about how to do it. I also tend to be too redundant when trying to write a tutorial.

    I would be happy if a tutorial (written by you or someone else) appeared in the Windows 10 tutorials.
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