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Re: Fedora Tour



Jeff Spaleta wrote:

On 12/12/05, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram redhat com> wrote:
Hi

It would be good to have a tour on Fedora in general highlighting the
unique features as well as a more targeted version of it for Fedora Core
5 before its released to get more users interested?. What am I looking
for is a series of screenshots or screencasts (
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ScreenCasting )  with simple explanations
or voice overs.  Anyone want to get involved on that?

Is there a requirement that the tour videos must be produced using
tools inside Fedora and will there be a requirement that the tour
videos work out of the box on a default Fedora Core install?

Yes. We want to use free formats and formats supported by a stock installation of Fedora would be useful but if you are doing say a cast on migration for Windows users then a proprietary format might be acceptable. I would like to hear more opinions on that.

And what exactly do you plan to do to encode the audio track?  The
contributed instructions on the wiki for voice encoding rely on
applications from outside the Fedora tree.  From my understanding this
is pretty tricky to do well.
I dont particularly care about the tools being used to produce the screencasts as long as the result is viewable on Fedora. Of course if it can be done using software provided within Fedora itself thats a advantage. The audience is as wide as users not used to computers or people involved with other platforms or a different distribution of Linux. Its not a comparison. Merely a show of what would be interesting in particular but not limited to client users

regards
Rahul


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