Success with Screencasting

September 28, 2006 at 5:59 pm Leave a comment

As frustrated as I was when writing the last post, I now feel that special feeling of accomplishment that comes when you finally manage to get things to work right.   My first screencast, while not perfect, is at least presentable.   In the end, it wasn’t the actual creation of the video that defied me, but rather the transformation of the video project into Flash that created my multiple problems.  Yet I just kept working at it and that is what proved to make the difference.  Who says you can’t teach an old librarian new tricks !


Entry filed under: projects at work.

Trying to create a screencast, sigh! Enjoying Internet Librarian 2006 in Monterey.

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