Jim Gay (twitter github blog) Reuven Lerner (twitter github blog) Ashe Dryden (twitter github blog) Eric Davis (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
01:16 - Screencasting Backgrounds
Teach Me To Code
03:41 - Software
ScreenFlow FFmpeg Jing Camtasia Final Cut Pro Screeny QuickTime Adobe Premier Pro CC Screenr
10:10 - Features
Ease of Use Export Formats Add-ons Quality Readable Text
16:04 - Sound
16:26 - Modifier Keys
17:01 - Highlighting
17:19 - Talking and Explaining during Screencasts
Notes PeepCode Teaching Developers | Free PeepCode Blog
20:32 - Presentation Software
Keynote Present.js VideoHive After Effects Apple Motion
26:04 - Recording Lectures/Vlogging
28:51 - Getting Work via Screencasts
30:52 - Equipment
32:54 - Audio Encoding
35:41 - Hosting
YouTube Vimeo Libsyn Amazon S3 OneLoad Blip.tv LeadPlayer
41:31 - Subtitles & Transcripts
Bookends (Reuven) Boomerang for Gmail (Ashe) OpenEmu (Ashe) Archive.org list of MAME roms (Ashe) Logitech Gamepad F710 (Ashe) LeadPlayer (Eric) Seth Godin: Clients vs. Customers (Eric) The Freelancer's Guide to Long-Term Contracts by Eric Davis (Eric) Flowdock (Jim) OneLoad (Chuck) AudioJungle (Chuck) VideoHive (Chuck) Create Awesome Online Courses (Chuck)
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ASHE: That's what I do for a job, honey!
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CHUCK: Hey everybody and welcome to Episode 71 of The Freelancers' Show! This week on our panel, we have Jim Gay.
CHUCK: Reuven Lerner.
REUVEN: Hi everyone!
CHUCK: Ashe Dryden.
ASHE: Hi there!
CHUCK: Eric Davis.
CHUCK: And I'm Charles Max Wood from DevChat.tv. This week, we're going to be talking about "Screencasting and Making Videos" and that kind of stuff. I'm a little curious, I know Eric, you've done some screencasts and some video stuff, have any of the rest of you done much?
ASHE: I actually do it for end-user training, especially when I'm building something that people going to have to go on in like put content in. A lot of times, I will do videos for them and then transcribe them, so that's basically the documentation for them.
CHUCK: That makes sense.
JIM: Yeah, I'll do the same thing, but I'll use it for anybody, either like a project manager giving them my high-level overview of something, or a user showing them how to use something, or a developer like, "Here's how I attack those bit of code," something like that.
CHUCK: Some of the folks on the show will know that I did Teach Me To Code for about 2 years and I did a whole bunch of screencasts for that. I do some screencasting for my clients, but not really a whole lot. Most of the time, they are technical enough to understand it. And if they aren't,