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    Anyone have time and interested in capturing some of the links, tutorials, and how-to's from this forum and creating a library in the wiki?
    |TG-12th| asch
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    Re: Creating a wiki for tutorials

    Ill see what i can do post-weekend if there are no takers.



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    • #3
      Re: Creating a wiki for tutorials

      I can help out as well...I am not a vid expert but I am pretty good around with mediawiki.

      EDIT:

      I would recommend organizing the tutorials something like this:

      New Category called "Video Production Tutorials"
      Then a new article for each of the following topics:

      Video Production Overview
      Battle Recorder
      Battle Director
      Fraps
      Windows Movie Maker

      That should get us started I think...
      Last edited by loyalguard; 06-08-2007, 12:25 PM. Reason: added organization ideas
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        Re: Creating a wiki for tutorials

        Good thing about the wiki is that anyone can update it, so we can have a team effort of keeping a library. :)
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          Re: Creating a wiki for tutorials

          Okay, I've started off with a skeleton page:

          http://www.tacticalgamer.com/wiki/in...deo_Production
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            Re: Creating a wiki for tutorials

            Okay, I have fleshed the wiki out. Overview page is complete as well as tutorials for Battlerecorder, BattleDirector, Fraps, and WMM (Although for the last three the tutorials are mostly links to their respective user's guides since they are fairly complete). There is a section for "Tips & Tricks" in each tutorial so be sure to share your favs.

            There is still a lot than can be added. StickyJeans put in a link to Vegas (which I haven't used yet) so that is the next area to concentrate on (and then maybe Adobe Premier). Have at it all!
            LoyalGuard

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