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The Jing Project: Embed Screencasts Into Conversation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The jing project is their first experiment in the Mac platform. Click to play. That in and of itsef is a little mind blowing. I am number 28!

Third Anniversary of Screencasting: Micro Screencasting? Jing

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

He reflects on the genre and how people are using it and the significance of jing from Tech Smith, a screencasting application that makes it very easy for anyone to do a screencast. I just whipped out Jing and recorded my testing, verbalizing my thoughts or doing an adhoc think out loud process ??? Here's a screencast to mark the date.

Resources for Small Staff Associations

SocialFish

Jing — lets you capture basic video, animation, and still images, and share them on the web. This post originally appeared on Mizz Information.

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Share directly to Flickr and an FTP location. This entry was posted on Wednesday, November 28th, 2007 at 10:14 am and is filed under Technology.

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Jing request post Jing request post Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 December 2007 02:50 Written by Steve Tuesday, 18 December 2007 08:11 Hey Jing , I’m loving every minute of your new version. I’m posting more quick screen captures because it takes literally no time. Killer.

Crazy for the Tools

NTEN

TechSmith also makes cool free/paid video capture Jing as well more complex Camtasia – all good. By Steve Backman, President, Database Designs To close out our month-long look at some of the best tools for nonprofits, Steve Backman tells you about some of his favorite day-to-day software. OK, enough preliminaries. Powerpoint? Warning!

Data 15

Another Cambodian Video Blogger. Yeah!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

So, I made a quick screencast with jing project to illustrate the steps. Write one paragraph describing the setting for the video. Where is it?

Cloud Computing for Small Nonprofits: Lessons Learned from 5 Years in the Cloud

NTEN

I experimented with video, using Jing to produce screencasts. Judi Sohn, C3: Colorectal Cancer Coalition. When C3: Colorectal Cancer Coalition started in 2005, cloud computing wasn't the buzz word it is today. It was simply the only way we could operate and build the organization. We have never purchased a server and have no plans for one.

Cloud Computing for Small Nonprofits: Lessons Learned from 5 Years in the Cloud

NTEN

I experimented with video, using Jing to produce screencasts. Judi Sohn, C3: Colorectal Cancer Coalition. When C3: Colorectal Cancer Coalition started in 2005, cloud computing wasn't the buzz word it is today. It was simply the only way we could operate and build the organization. We have never purchased a server and have no plans for one.

ScreenSteps: Simple documentation

Judi Sohn

I took screenshots with Skitch , recorded movies with Jing. Part of my job is helping my colleagues do what they need to do on their computers and online. They ask, "Judi, how do I.?" and I tell them. To make finding this info easier, I started building wiki pages for documenting how we at C3 do what we do. Took forever. Permalink.

Video Blogging in Cambodia

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It took me a long time because I also made a series of screencasts using jing. This is a video of the camera kits. It was actually quite liberating not to be carefully scripted and staged. I should do that more often. I always like to start with the why. You need to add Cambodia's voice to the global conversation happening on video blogs.

Quick Tips for Improving Screencasts

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

While I'm on the topic of screencasts, I was so pleased to discover that the Jing Project has a blog loaded with lots of good tips. I am so thrilled that Michele Martin has started screencasting because I'm sure I'll learn something. So, rediscovering a topic through someone else's eyes can be exciting. Very sparingly. plus serendipity.

NpTech Tag Summary: Nonprofits Lead Fortune 500 in Social Web Adoption, and More

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Jon Stahl points to Steve Anderson's exploration of Jing for a screencast which he discovered over the summer. It was covered by C|NET news.

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Update: movie temporarily down as I went over my Jing limit… This entry was posted on Friday, October 12th, 2007 at 5:12 pm and is filed under CRM , Technology. Pieces. Loosely. Joined. Salesforce. Eclipse. Subversion. GoogleCode. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 What are the steps? I love it.

NTEN and SalesForce Screencast: Learnings About the Interview/Documentary Approach

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One my failures was an attempt to get the interviewees to use Jing to answer my interview questions. Then, attempt to screencapture the jing recording or transform the.swf file into.wmv or.avi and pull into Camtasia. Add Beth's Blog: Screencasts to your page. High bandwidth version on screencast.com Screencast Wiki.

Virtual Office Toolkit

Idealware

Jing and SnagIt for screen casting and screen shots, respectively. I have a home office in a house I recently moved in to. Some pros and cons.

NpTech Summary: Advocacy 2.0, Sketchcastes, and NpTech in Different Languages

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Some beta work is happening on this with TechSmith's " Jing Project ," an application that allows you easily embed screencasts into conversations on both PC and MAC platform. Ruby Sinreich's Advocacy 2.0 Presentation Slides on flickr Blog post here. NpTech Talk. The Socialmarkets Manifesto is here. " What do you think?