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I'm testing YouTube's HD format to see if it's "good enough" for screen casts...



Don't read anything else into this test than the fact that I'm testing it out...

:)


Comments

  • Guest
    JB Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    just as a reminder, many corporate users are unable to access youtube due to internet filtering.

  • Guest
    Anders Ohlsson Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    You know, I knew that. That's an excellent comment, and thanks for the reminder.

  • Guest
    Andreas Hausladen Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    How can you work with that IDE. It is so slow. Or is it my internet connection that stops the video every 1.5 second :-) [The video is on the slowest youtube server.

  • Guest
    Anders Ohlsson Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    That's probably because I'm a YouTube "nobody"... :)

    I doubt I can push it to a more performant server myself...

  • Guest
    Alister Christie Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    I've been doing my videos at 800x600 (challenging) with a slightly larger IDE font, and this works okay for the standard YouTube resolution. I've started uploading the videos in their native format (rather than downscaling them) which makes them very clear in HD mode. I might start recording in a higher res (maybe 1024x600), but I still want the Camtasia flash versions of the videos that I have on my site to be as small as possible - not everyone has reliable fast internet - probably my most re-occurring request is to make them downloadable for viewing offline.

  • Guest
    Xepol Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    Looked pretty darn good from here.

    Since it would be on YouTube and accessible from a private connection at home, at any time of the day, I don't know that you should worry overly about the filtering policy of some companies.

    After all, if I can't watch something at work (usually due to bandwidth issues more than filtering), I can always catch it at home.

  • Guest
    Colin Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    I'm watching this at home at it's pretty clear for me and no slowdowns. Putting it on YouTube will expose RAD Studio to a much larger audience so I think it's worth a go.

  • Guest
    Ken Knopfli Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    We can't access youtube.

    I don't have broadband at home due to costs.

  • Guest
    Sergey Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    Anders, what keys should I press on my D2010 to see this Team list? )

  • Guest
    Anders Ohlsson Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    In the About box - hit Alt+TEAM

    You can also double click in the TEAM box and you'll get the pictures!

  • Guest
    Sergey Wednesday, 9 September 2009

    Thanks! Good pictures. ))

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