Gettin' it done: Simple Instructional Video Creation on LinuxSep 29, 2008, 12:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Now that your video is saved, you need to add some dialog to it. I do it like this. First plug in a headset or other microphone (internal mics can work but sound tinny), load up your video in a media player, the run the Sound Recorder app in Applications->Sound and Video->Sound Recorder. Select external mic for the input source and .WAV as the output type. Then click Record there and play on the video player and record your dialog. When done click stop and save it to a meaninful name with a .WAV extension."
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