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Video tutorial blog. Does it fill a nitch at LQ?

Posted 03-02-2012 at 12:36 AM by stretchedthin
Updated 04-21-2012 at 05:39 PM by stretchedthin

Well, I'll be damned. Been a member for a few years now and didn't know I had the ability to blog here.

Only odd, because I blog a lot. Mostly video blogging and all about Linux. Topics are all over the place. Really I'm just trying to get the word out about Linux to people who may not otherwise try it.

Some times I'm just playing around with the family and I end up with something,
like this tutorial, featuring the green screen function in Openshot and kdenlive.
Green Screening...Kdenlive vs Openshot.

Other times I really want to solve a problem and if I do, I share the result in the form of a video. Like this one on how you can add over 6800 fonts to your linux box and if you do, how to manage it.

For the most part I shoot the videos on my distro of choice Vectorlinux. I suppose that might be considered limiting, but you tell me. Wouldn't "Dual Monitor Set-up on Xfce4 4.8.0 with opensource driver." work on any distro with xfce. Also, shouldn't command line stuff like "Script your mouse with xdotool" or application based stuff like "Tweening with Tupi 2D Magic", just be useful to anyone who uses Linux period.

Youtube seems to be a good forum for this kind of fair. Linuxquestions is a more sophisticated group. Most people here know more than me, and I think what I do appeals to Linux users who are new to Linux, or only have a couple of years under their belt. I guess I'll be able to tell, by the view counts, if this blog will appeal to the masses. If so, I'll keep you all updated here with future posts, of what I'm discovering with Linux.

As well viewing on youtube you can find these video's and more on my own site
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