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Screencasting, with Dotto Products mentioned in this video My Screencasting Webinar http://www.dottotech.com/screencasting-webinar-on-demand/ Logitec C920 Camera (I said the 930 in the demo, but I actually use the 920) Webcam Settings Behringer XENYX X1222USB Audio Mixer Electrovoice RE20 Mic (I also recommend the Blue Yeti) Cowboy Studios Lighting Kit from Amazon, plus GreenScreen Screenflow Do you want more videos with Steve? Click here to subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dottotech and ……..Please click "Like"! To support us on Patreon please go to http://patreon.com/dottotech Check out Steve's excellent online free workshops Inbox Zero - www.dottotech.com/3steps My Favorite 7 FREE Productivity Apps - Http://dottotech.com/7appsIf you like this video, tell the world! About Steve Steve Dotto is a long time host and executive producer of Dotto Tech, Canada's longest-running technology TV show. After 15 years on national television, Steve now delivers his advice and how-to videos on YouTube. Every week we produce one new video which shows how technology fits in your life. We cover all aspects of technology for my personal use perspective. Concentrating on productivity solutions. Windows, Mac, iOS, android, iphone, apps, gmail, google drive, ipad tables all get covered.  If you have an suggestions for videos you would like to see, drop us a note at www.dottotech.com Book Steve to speak at your event, he is an outstanding keynote speaker. For more info: http://dottotech.com/content/speaking For more from Steve www.dottotech.com including our weekly radio show /podcast on Twitter @dottotech
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Zia Siddique (5 months ago)
Hi Steve Another Great Video. Can I ask which Mac Pro version do you use. Also it's great to be able to see your face with the video and it gets better as you are able to move around so the audience can see the relevant content. Also it is very useful when you are able to zoom in and out of items. The main thing is that we the audience learn a lot from you and some day I hope to follow in your footsteps. Zia
Kevin O'Kane (8 months ago)
Thanks Steve. I'm new to your YouTube channel and am interested in screencasting.
Michael Masonelli (9 months ago)
Steve, appreciate former responses to my questions and here's one that may sound odd. I like to record videos in my office as I like the backdrop of my books and equipment behind me. But in the summer it's blazing hot in there so I tend to take my laptop into the cooler rooms which are not great backgrounds. I sometimes want to green screen it with the computer desktop as the backdrop but is there a way to green screen it and impose a photo of my office in the back of me (like I'm actually recording from my office) and also have the computer desktop on the screen as well (in Screenflow). I'm really new to green screening and Screenflow and am just testing it out. The question might be confusing but this is what I'd like to put together: record in front of a green screen in a cooler room than my office. Take a photo or screen shot of my office. Superimpose a .jpg of my office behind me and then to the left of me have my computer desktop. I know you don't have all 3 elements in your videos but am wondering if that is doable. Thanks much for such a great, informative channel.
Michael Masonelli (10 months ago)
What is the advantage of green screen versus picture in picture? Isn't PIP easier?
dottotech (10 months ago)
Just a different look
Nikos and Alla Fakaro (11 months ago)
I would like to see more - thank you Steve.
Sommy Logic (1 year ago)
Love ur vids! Glad i found you. Ty !!
dottotech (1 year ago)
I am glad as well!
Paul Hutton (1 year ago)
Wonderful seeing the "behind the scenes". After all that outlay, one thing that is priceless is your superb effortless delivery. Castle stormed!
Steven Cox (1 year ago)
Thanks Steve. Excellent!
Forget USB...get a MacMini with line level in with a Dbx 286 mic preamp with a Sennheiser MK4 mic...USB is a CPU hog...line level is a dedicated audio input. AnLogitech C920 will do fine for a lot less than the C930.
Cheri Roggow (1 year ago)
Hi Steve, this was very helpful! I would love to see more on Screenflow. Thanks for really spelling out what is needed! I have made a ton of short videos but now need to tie all of the aspects of my course together and this could be the missing link! kidsmusicplayground.net
Tali Buchman (1 year ago)
total connection.
John Rogers (1 year ago)
Steve, thank you for taking this time. It did demystify some of the things I was wondering about. Well done.
David Chen (1 year ago)
Very useful stuff, even in today after so long.
Derek Hendricks (1 year ago)
thanks :)
koshairulta (1 year ago)
Thanks. Wanna see some demos. Great video.
Dennis Hull (1 year ago)
Thanks I enjoyed the video
Allen Diaz (1 year ago)
Yes!!! Love it, please show how to use screenflow.
TechDox (1 year ago)
Naw yea
Do you still use Screen Flow?
k s balaji (2 years ago)
Thank you, Steve. Verry useful!
Dash LaLonde (2 years ago)
I love the green screen part, you are hillarious.
Yukio Ueno (2 years ago)
Very useful! Thank you very much for sharing.
Adrian Monjes (2 years ago)
Great stuff, Steve. Thank you!
Randy Schaar (2 years ago)
I would like to see demos of screenflow
Randy Schaar (2 years ago)
I miss watching you on T.V
Michael D Haines (2 years ago)
Coul you not you use imovie for your movies
stivep1 (2 years ago)
I see your video is from 2014 . My question: I need for educational videos, the same what you have, but for windows7 and 4k or full HD ,can you help me with that? I do not mind to spend money if I need to, but buy it once and no monthly charges like with Premier . I'm mostly in Davinci resolve, but I "did" Vegas, Avid .. Thank you very much in advance Wesley
Amber-jade Sarai (2 years ago)
Thanks.....is was going to cost me $5000 just to learn how to do webinars. OMG....alot to learn. But I will get there with help from people like you. Thankyou
Ted LeBow (2 years ago)
Can you suggest a windows alternative to Screenflow? Great Tool!! Thanks,
sergio mendoza (2 years ago)
Yes we all like to see you
eneko sagarbide (2 years ago)
Thanks a lot, really interesting and useful ! i have been asking myself several times how you were doing this... greetings from Basque Country and Estonia.
Roberto González (2 years ago)
Thanks Dotto !
LeapingFrog Edu (2 years ago)
Thanks so much for sharing.
Brad Woody (2 years ago)
First of all, GREAT vids! And, yes, I believe seeing your mug in the cage makes for a more intimate and interesting presentation. Yours are by far the best combination of technology, presentation, and personality available in youtube. And finally, I'd LOVE to see a demo of ScreenFlow. P.S. - I'm still looking for a castle to storm...
John Hartge (2 years ago)
Like the background of your presentation, tools and method. The most important thing is your knowledge of the material and being able to present it. Great work. Look forward to watching your other videos.
dottotech (2 years ago)
glad to have you aboard!
Joshua Youmsn (2 years ago)
dottotech (2 years ago)
I actually don't know whether to say congratulations, or I'm sorry to hear that.
Eva Bogard (2 years ago)
Love this brief tutorial.I'm going to look if you have a video with more detail on how you set up the chromo key, green screen, and lights using screenflow. Thanks.
dottotech (2 years ago)
Eva we have a ton more, and often cover this stuff on our weekly webinars. http://members.dottotech.com/?page_id=4728
Colm Harling (2 years ago)
A joy to watch, great sense of humour and so generous in sharing quality information, thanks Steve from a huge fan in Ireland!
dottotech (2 years ago)
Thanks so much Colm!
Kevin McKinley (2 years ago)
Hello, I am a trades instructor and I'm now sold on screen casting. I have typically created customized videos for online delivery but I agree with you that there is a personal connection using this technique. Thanks for sharing.
dottotech (2 years ago)
My pleasure Kevin good luck with it!
Pat Fink (2 years ago)
Hey Steve, Happy 2017. I just ran across this video and it's great as well as some of your others that I've seen. And yes, integrating your face into the presention, makes for a much better presention. In my opinion. Thanks for all you do, when I makes some money, I fully intent to show my support. I'm excited about my new Boogie Board Sync and it's integration with Evernote. I'd love to see what you think? Thanks again. I tell everyone about your videos.
Jessmond Tenio (2 years ago)
Interested to learn what you did to create this kind of magical video. Thanks for sharing Steve.
dottotech (2 years ago)
My Pleasure!
tosha lazarus (2 years ago)
always wondered how you did these! magic! thanks!
Craig Wealand (2 years ago)
As a teacher coming out of the classroom and online, I definitely think that face on camera gives a personal touch and builds rapport. Thanks for sharing, Steve.
Mark D (2 years ago)
Mr. Ditto, I enjoy your shows, even your old t.v. shows. I would like to suggest that you need to light your green screen properly. The edge definitions around you could be a lot shaper and the green hue on your cheek can be reduced or even eliminated. Thanks for continuing to build our knowledge.
dottotech (2 years ago)
Lighting is a work in progress, the video here is a pretty old one I think we've improve things a lot
JKPinPDX (2 years ago)
I would love to do this setup for my sons. They want to do video game play/reviews! YES! Please do a tutorial!
dottotech (2 years ago)
+jkpinpdx this might help.http://members.dottotech.com/?page_id=3566
Demian Manzur (2 years ago)
Hey Steve, i'm gonna buy those lights you recommend but i have a question ¿You have those lights on your back or in front? ¿Doesn't bother you too much the heat from the lights? Or even doesn't bother giving light directly to your eyes?
Joshua Youmsn (2 years ago)
women need to watch out
onerudyburgerwebdez (2 years ago)
The basic setup for lighting a subject is called "three point lighting". TWO FRONT LIGHTS: (1) A Key light (dominant, 45 degrees off camera axis), (2) Fill light (to fill in the shadows the Key light creates) and (3) BEHIND THE SUBJECT: a Back light on the subject. The Back light's purpose is to give the subject a sort of "halo", separating him from the background and giving depth. Be sure and have some kind of control over the backlight to avoid spilling it into the lense of the camera. Ideally you should have a separate bank of lights for the green screen, but you can use the overflow wash from your Key and Fill light, as long as the light is EVEN. For Webcasts, the actual lighting elements are fluorescent and produce very little heat, as opposed to the TV/Film way of using tungsten/halogen elements which can cook you. On getting light into your eyes: Each element should be at a high enough angle to avoid shining directly into your eyes, but expect some getting used to having a little. I HIGHLY recommend Steve's suggestion to invest in a high end mic, This may sound funny to you, but good audio makes the video look better. Welcome to the Wonderful World of Broadcasting.
Jacob Adams (2 years ago)
OBS is free
dottotech (2 years ago)
It is
Jennifer Erena (2 years ago)
You are a great resource! Demos of ScreenFlow and your experience would always be beneficial.
Demian Manzur (2 years ago)
Greay video, sound, quality, info, voice, everything.
Ely Ramirez (2 years ago)
Hi Steve, what is better? screenflow for windows or camtacia 8 for windows??
dottotech (2 years ago)
There is no Screenflow for windows, But I am partial to Screenflow, having said that, both do a fantastic job.
SuperDeluxeEdition (2 years ago)
I don't know how relevant this video is compared to today but I did enjoy and learn from it. I'm thinking of starting a couple of scree casting or webinars. This was helpful. I converted to Macs and curious about editing either with iMovie or screen flow. Which is better? Thanks for providing this video and an answer if you see this.
dottotech (2 years ago)
I am a huge fan of screenflow for screencasting, it is all I use. I have a short mini-course which may be a big help for you. http://members.dottotech.com/?page_id=3566
Laurel Chinn (2 years ago)
Loraellen Aycock (2 years ago)
Hi, I really enjoyed your overview. I am wanting to screencast my power points for my students. I do believe that there is a more intimate relationship when students can see my face while I am explaining what is on the power point. We have students that are homebound for one reason or another that I want to be able to reach more personably. Any advice that you can give me would be appreciated.
dottotech (2 years ago)
I agree 100%, if you need more instruction on it, I do have a mini course on how I create my videos, http://members.dottotech.com/?page_id=3566
Stuart Harris (2 years ago)
hey Steve et al, for those that haven't downloaded Screenflow yet (for Mac only, so Windows guys) there is a cracking deal in the Mac App Store just now for Version 6 - $35/£25 wow! it's the steal of the week
dottotech (2 years ago)
Good to know Stewart, and version 6 is just been released
Guitar By Dimitri (3 years ago)
I can't believe you shot this with Logitech C920...!!! I know photography and videography is all about lighting but I am having a hard time believing that an 80 dollars camera can produce this quality video.
Guitar By Dimitri (3 years ago)
+dottotech LOL, yep your looks definitely helps, thank you so much for your response.
dottotech (3 years ago)
+ChannelDico Believe it, plus you can't ignore the fact I am an amazing looking guy.......;-)
Stuart Harris (3 years ago)
How's the Salt n Pepper Fox, loved the Webinar yesterday, but I've got a question for you regarding the email you sent out today with your Promised Resources (fantastic service big yin) I'm confused over 2 pieces of equipment that you recommended - the Presonus Tube PreV2 Mic Preamp & the FocusRite 2i2 or 2i4 Do they do serve 2 different purposes? Or ...ehm... not? Also, I often (but not enough...yet) record video straight onto my Panasonic V720 Camcorder - usually using a Lavalier lapel mic or Rode Shotgun Mic. Should they go through a PreAmp before hitting the camera or can the sound be cleaned up once the video is uploaded onto my Mac Oh my wee heid is bursting with so much great information All the best from a rainy Scotland Stuart
Stuart Harris (3 years ago)
Great thanks Steve
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Stuart Harris Hey Stuart, the Preamp is necessary in my setup because the levels out of the Electro Voice Mic are low,. The Focusrite is an all in one solution replacing both the preamp and mixer in many cases. As to your recording, perhaps a pream would help on your sound input, there are mobile versions available, but regardless you should strive to record good quality sound, it is very difficult to clean it up in post.
Avijit Arya (3 years ago)
Hi Steve india loves you man , from your biggest fan from the land of 1.3 billion people http://youtu.be/YaAo2Aju2UA here is the vdo I created on so what's your story ! I would love your comments on my vdo
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Avijit Arya Thanks so much!
Suite Signs (3 years ago)
Thank you. Interested in demo!
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Suite Signs We have a live webinar coming up soon, check the website!
J. Anton Illik (3 years ago)
Really great - thanks.
Janalyn Biesinger (3 years ago)
Thank you! I do like the green screen effect. Your videos are so informative and interesting. Thank you!
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Janalyn Biesinger thanks so much! I appreciate you taking the time to comment.
Antonio Janeiro (3 years ago)
i use windows and i'm a newer on screecast, a free one please???????
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Antonio Janeiro A free what?
David Barr (3 years ago)
1) Fantastic tutorial, thanks Steve. 2) I had quite a flashback when you showed the old Dotto on Data logo in another vid (and loved what I saw of that show too). 3) How do you deal with negative/inane YouTube comments? Thanks again!
dottotech (3 years ago)
+David Barr Thanks Dave, it is a bit of a flashback isn't it! I get very few comments that are negative. for the most part I have a really respectful community.
Formation Cisco (3 years ago)
Hi, Dont you use preamp to power up the RE20 ? Or the behringer u use is enough ?
Munkie (2 years ago)
Hi, did you say your using Phantom power with the RE20?
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Formation Cisco Looks like a good option, you have got me thinking! thanks!
Formation Cisco (3 years ago)
+dottotech Yes, seems DBX286 very in use in podcasting world...
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Formation Cisco I should test a preamp as the phantom power is only OK IMO
Rick Bell (3 years ago)
Wow, how did you use your desk top as a green screen background that's live? That is cool.
Rick Bell (3 years ago)
I just ran across your channel here and really was amazed. I'm just getting into doing video tutorials and screen casts for my membership training site. Compared to yours...I've reached FAilURe! I'm using a Windows 8.1, 23" pavilion desk top, with Camtasia studio and a Snowball mic. Thinking of learning Audacity to improve audio. I use a DSL Nikon to shoot with if not using my computer camera. I do separate audio and video. I created a lapel mic form a Iphone 5 earplug set, just cut the earplugs off. :) Record using iphone also. (Rode) I would be totally super grateful for any input or help with all this. I know I will be watching you closely. Great voice by the way. I'm having trouble with mine sounding as if I've forgotten to breath! Also tends to be somewhat all over the place?!? Not smooth at all. So I have lots going against me. And I'm up for the challenges ahead. One question I have is when doing video presentation...Does the script or audio record first or do I record the presentation and then create a voice over for it? Or is it best to go through and do both video and audio at the same time? I'd like to have better results using green screen. I see you have very good results! Anything you can advice me on or connect with me later with would be super fantastic! [email protected] Rick ps. here is a recent effort: https://youtu.be/rnMNCo_c90M
Larry Fetzer (3 years ago)
Screen flow vs Camtasia for Mac thoughts? I would like to see demos.
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Larry Fetzer I don't have a comparison. Either will do a great job!
Michael Tower (3 years ago)
Nice job Steve!
Keith Ledig (3 years ago)
Brilliant presentation, thank you. Great job. Shared with my friends.
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Keith Ledig I am glad you found it valuable!
Manoj Agarwal (3 years ago)
You are an Angel . Keep up the good work
Dilip Banerjee (3 years ago)
Thanks for sharing, Dotto. I will definitely check out ScreenFlow as well as fiverr. Seeing your face makes a world of difference and really sets your broadcast apart from others. By the way, I really miss your tv show :) As a teacher I have started screencasting some of my tech lessons and have been using Quicktime on a macbook pro.
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Dilip Banerjee Great to meet you! You will love Screenflow, it makes so many editing tasks easy. thanks for the kind comments!
Stathis Kafoglis (3 years ago)
Man, at 06:45 you had me cracking up! Yes, it makes all the difference in the world. Thanks Steve! :)
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Stathis Kafoglis Glad to hear it, Are you screencasting?
Ian Mayman (3 years ago)
I am wondering what is a good microphone and thought you would have the answer, I would like one for giving feedback on UserTesting as I think the built in MacBook Pro microphone isn't quite enough, it looks like I'll have to spend a fair bit. My search led me to find a video of you published seven years ago. I'm not in the U.S and have never seen your TV show.
Yenny Ayala (3 years ago)
Any other tool for screencasting on windows that you can recommend??
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Yenny Ayala P. I only have used Camtasia, the web based solutions work but not nearly as well.
Marty Sch (3 years ago)
Yes I want to see demos of screenflow please
screencast magazine (3 years ago)
+Marty Sch what demos would you like too see?
Brian M. Collyer (3 years ago)
Great video, thanks for the insights.
Brad Haven (3 years ago)
Thank you Steve!  this was very interesting.  I love Screen flow and would like to learn more about screen flow!  Thanks
Wise Man (3 years ago)
Would like you to become one of my students mentors http://www.internationalschoolofleaders.com Your Leadership skills are valuable and needed. What's your take on this? You can email me directly at [email protected]
Guy Clapperton (3 years ago)
This is a really generous share. Thank you.
Stuart Harris (3 years ago)
+Guy Clapperton hey Guy - Steve is my new SuperHero see you on our PSA travels
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Guy Clapperton My Pleasure! I hope you found it valuable!
Mary Kelley (3 years ago)
Very helpful video. Thank you!
Robert Royce (3 years ago)
Great video even if you do use MAC - LOL Thanks
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Robert Royce Guilty as chargd
Elaine Nadya White (3 years ago)
I think i was misinformed about screencasting....Can you take someone else's video and put your information on it?
dottotech (3 years ago)
+Elaine Nadya White sort of, if they record it and give you the video file for editing.
Hi Steve, greetings from Jakarta . Thank you so much especially for this video, I got a better idea about the initial investment cost for a proper video post.
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Maria Sns I am glad it helped!
Sohaib Sandhu (4 years ago)
Hi. Great video. I'm a lecturer, and I found this video quite motivating, and it's even given me ideas. But us lecturers are poor guys. I guess I'll have to start saving up.
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Sohaib Sandhu Thank. There are educational prices for most of the software,if that helps at all...
Khaled Azrak (4 years ago)
Hello, I have a question, how do u make clear text when screencasting ? At which resolution do u record ? Do u do upscaling when generating the mpeg ? Which format do u export ? Thanks u
Khaled Azrak (4 years ago)
+dottotech I have just booked for the webinar...hope u have taken into account that we dont have all MAC, so the concept be also generalized for windows
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Khaled Azrak With the scfreencasting Software you can zoom in or out so you can push past the menus if you choose but sounds like you should take int eh webinar, I show the entire process in it.
Khaled Azrak (4 years ago)
Thanks for ur response, i have an laptop screen with 1920*1080 resolution. How can i make a "clean" board with paint, it seems not easy, i dont want to have either windows toolbar or paint toolbar...i hope u see what i mean... And what about the exportation property do u use ? Is it AVI, MPEG ...the sound quality export property too.. ..
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Khaled Azrak No on the upscaling, clear text comes from the Screencasting SW I use, I record at 1920X1080 and all the details are here Learn how I make my YouTube Videos! Tools, software, process, everything I can fit into one hour! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gn0UOHlwAHs
Rupesh Garg (4 years ago)
you are awesome... very useful for me...
Do you think Adobe Premier would do a good job instead of Camtasia for WIndows?
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Вячеслав Жилов It could, but not really optimised for screen casting. 
Chris Gloss (4 years ago)
Hey Steve... thanks for all the great videos! I have the same set up and software based on your recommendations. Do you have or know of content to deal with green screen bleeding on the subject (me)?
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Chris Gloss That comes down to lighting and camera, the better the lighting the less bleed.....
Aldred Genade (4 years ago)
Please sir, I want some more ....
Great info!
Daniel Gabriel (4 years ago)
Is there a difference why some guys use a white screen backing compared to your green screen setup?
Jon Jenkins (4 years ago)
Steve I love your videos they are right up my street.  We do pretty much everything web based these days and are just looking at replacing the laptops with Chromebooks.  I know you have used Screenflow and you mention Camatasia but do you know of anything useful we could use on a Chromebook?
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Jon Jenkins There are a few web based screen capture utilities, but I have not tested them so I can't really recommend, but a google search will bring up a few that look interesting including screener and screen-cast-o-magic
Financial Evolution (4 years ago)
You talk a lot about what to do in the MAC world, but many of us (or at least me) live in the Windows 7/8 world. Could you please give equivalent software for the PC world? You did for Screenflow/Camtasia, but not for webcam settings. That would be really helpful. Thanks, love your channel, Michael 
Financial Evolution (4 years ago)
+dottotech Thanks for the time, love the lessons overall
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Michael Singer Thanks Mickael, I am not planning on covering more in the Windows world at this point, Most of my demos are web based so should be relevant in both worlds. And to be honest, unless I can figure out an economic model to justify the extra cost of producing Windows demos, I will be mac based for the foreseeable future, Actually the reason I had to do the Webcam settings demo is the Logitech drivers are great in the Windows world and you can do all the colour balancing and settings just with the driver, but in the Mac world we needed to add a piece of software.  Thanks for reaching out! 
Michael Mag (4 years ago)
It would be great to see more on Screenflow. This would be so helpful when doing training for our team. Very interesting channel.
Peder Aadahl (4 years ago)
+dottotech Do you have any videos on how to setup the Webcam Settings App on the Mac? Love the show.
Peder Aadahl (4 years ago)
+dottotech Thanks. Greatly appreciated.
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Peder Aadahl Sorry, sometimes it Google+ does not let me paste in links to my site, it gets confusing! try this, @watch?v=NcWVp8QNkO8#t=23
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Peder Aadahl Yes I do, an oldie, but a [email protected]/
William Gerald (4 years ago)
Looking forward to your screenflow/camtasia demo.
William Gerald (4 years ago)
Sounds great
dottotech (4 years ago)
+William Gerald I am aiming for December
Geet Duggal (4 years ago)
Thanks for sharing!  Yes, +1 for your personal connection.  Keep it up!
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Geet Duggal Thanks! I will try!
CrashPower (4 years ago)
Hahaha! You get a "Like" just for the title. LOL
Syed Muhammad Azfar (4 years ago)
What's screeflow app? Please demonstrate
dottotech (4 years ago)
+Syed Muhammad Azfar I have a few videos on it, you can look them up, TeleStream Screenflow.
Marian Helmick (4 years ago)
I really like what you do and appreciate that you have the self video as you do your presentation, yes it is more social oriented and caring for those who are watching.  Very Nice Presentation.
nonchalantd (4 years ago)
The most  distinctive feature of your videos is your screencasting.  It is also a big reason why I will continue watching videos without losing focus on the subject matter.  

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