I’m really excited to finally catch up with the rest of the world and get into video tutorials. Sometimes visual aids beyond screenshots are necessary to deliver the entire process of working with applications and operating systems. Be it broken or a fresh install, the more complex items require a bit more than a list of instructions. So bear with me as I get used to creating and working with video tutorials for the sake of providing more helpful posts.
Some things I can guarantee:
- I’ll be concise, and videos will be as short as possible. None of this long winded talking while nothing goes on. You won’t hear me talking about my cat. Just the tutorial. Plain and simple.
- I’ll do what I can to include a text based summary of what’s going on, so you can also take notes from the traditional numbered set of instructions.
- Adequate video quality. Isn’t it frustrating to see a screen recording of a high resolution desktop and the video is so small you can’t even see the words? That won’t happen here.
- Clear audio. No one wants to have to adjust their sound or deal with crackling audio. I’ll do what I can to make sure the audio quality is at its best.
Please give me some time to work out the kinks. I promise I’ll make my best effort to provide more quality videos over time. There are some important things I need to figure out, such as how to work in my production environment without giving away sensitive information. Once things like this are behind me, I’ll focus on driving quality.