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My first YouTube video is an intro to jPoint October 18, 2009

Posted by willhlaw in jPoint, jQuery, sharejPoint, SharePoint.
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The sharejPoint blog, managed by The jPoint Project, has a post over at http://bit.ly/blog_jPoint_YouTube and the video is at http://bit.ly/3C3bab. The video has me introducing jPoint and going through a quick demonstration.


(Video Screenshot is an image hyperlinked to YouTube video)

This video says it is 9:33 long, but the intro and demo really only lasts until 5:59. The rest of the video is a silent intro that I added in order to re-upload the video with enough of a checksum difference for YouYube not to reject it as a duplicate. The first video that was created did not have the correct zoom points at places. The silent part which is a couple of minutes at the end is not necessarily a waste of time. It shows the jPInspector example which shows the power of jPoint.Form. This acts as a preview of the next video. So, how did I do for my first video screencast? What can I do to improve the next one?

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