Category: video

Adding professionally-produced audio to a video is fraught with difficulty: copyright, for one, is complicated water to tread, and without specific software, it might be impossible. Youtube allows you to swap out the audio from a video and replace it with rights-cleared audio. Here’s how:

Here’s the video I audioswapped in the demo:


memoov, which I might be mispronouncing dreadfully, but it made sense to me at the time.

Xtranormal: If you can type, you can make a movie

Xtranormal: text-to-movie.

How to Post Your Screencast

Record a screencast via the web: only allows video embeds from youtube, and these two web-based screencasting tools will publish straight to youtube for you. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you need help with any of these parts, from youtube, screenr/screencast-o-matic, wordpress, etc.

Screencasting: How To

My plan, for July, is to set up a place where we can all share the cool software, web apps, ideas and tricks that we think the rest of the world should know about via screencast. That way we have a great big searchable index of all the cool things available to us on the internet. In order to get there, first I need to share some easy ways to make a screencast. Hence the video above.

Admitedly, I’m currently addicted to screencasts. I’ve never been a big fan of them, I must admit, but these tools are so easy to use, and I can get more across in a screencast. I love text, but sometimes it’s not the best medium. And since I found all these super easy screencasting tools…there’s just no excuse not to try.

I picked four tools for this introduction: Screenjelly, Screenr, Screentoaster, and Screencast-o-matic. They all have their pros and cons, but they’re all dead easy to use. Give one of them a try, let me know how it goes.