I’ve just pushed out release 8 (April 2010) of The Screencasting Handbook, these are the new sections:
- “Distributing your screencast” is now finished, it covers common sites like YouTube and Vimeo, how to self-host with techniques like FTP and Amazon’s S3+CloudFront and how to use off the shelf video players like FlowPlayer and the JW Player
- “Common workflows” discussing ShowMeDo and my ProCasts workflows will give you ideas for efficiently producing your screencast
- “Screencast software” lists all the major screencast recording and playback tools
I intend to finish writing the book at the end of this month, during the final week of April I will be recording a set of introductory screencasts for Camtasia, BBFlashBack, Camtasia Mac, and ScreenFlow along with some technique videos.
The price remains $27USD until this Monday when it will go up to $33USD – if you want to buy at the lower price you have a few days to buy the Handbook. As always I offer a “get your money back if you’re not happy” guarantee.
To improve your screencasting knowledge you must read The Screencasting Handbook. The author (Ian Ozsvald) also blogs.
The Screencasting Handbook release 8 now available by The Screencasting Handbook - the screencasting tutorial eBook, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.