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A Video Interview Using Free Tools

Nov 12, 2009, 18:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jeff Cobb)

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"In anticipation of needing to so some editing I broke the general 'script' apart into four or five sections: An introduction, skills summary, early background, later background, current projects and closing. Then I went into my office with a shovel and cleaned out an area to film in. I used the so-handy RCA Small Wonder video camera to film with. These things are great; even without additional RAM, it can record up to 30 minutes of high-quality video or an hour at low-quality. When you get done filming you press a button on the side of the device and a USB port pops out; plug it into your Linux laptop and it appears as a camera or external drive and the files are already in .AVI containers. I went through all of the section four times so that I could cherry-pick the best ones. As you will see, I may be an excellent coder but I am nobodies movie star."

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