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=Preface to the video=
 
=Preface to the video=
This is some general info
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==Purpose of the video==
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The original LinuxMCE 1.0 demo video was in only a couple hours and just shows some of the software's capabilities.  Much more effort was put into this new video which is intended to be a walk-through and tutorial as much as a demo.  Together with this document, which explains all the steps in more detail, it should be a getting started guide for LinuxMCE.  Some things in this document are technical and intended for seasoned Linux users who want to get under the hood, but the goal is that newbie's can get LinuxMCE up and running quickly.
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==Getting the video in high-def==
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It's easy to watch the video on Google Video since you don't need to download anything.  But, if you're interested in LinuxMCE it's recommended you download the original version, which is in 720p high-def.  In it you can read everything on the screen clearly, even the small text on the web pages.  All the screen captures and footage were done in HD.  It's available in 2 formats: To watch it on a Windows PC, the Windows Media Video (wmv) format is easiest since you don't need any codecs and it's widely supported.  It's also in Ogg Theora format (.ogm), which is supported by most Linux distros and can be played using the Kubuntu Live CD.  The quality is about the same between the 2 formats.
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=Following the video=
 
=Following the video=
 
Here are all the steps
 
Here are all the steps

Revision as of 00:21, 30 July 2007

Preface to the video

Purpose of the video

The original LinuxMCE 1.0 demo video was in only a couple hours and just shows some of the software's capabilities. Much more effort was put into this new video which is intended to be a walk-through and tutorial as much as a demo. Together with this document, which explains all the steps in more detail, it should be a getting started guide for LinuxMCE. Some things in this document are technical and intended for seasoned Linux users who want to get under the hood, but the goal is that newbie's can get LinuxMCE up and running quickly.

Getting the video in high-def

It's easy to watch the video on Google Video since you don't need to download anything. But, if you're interested in LinuxMCE it's recommended you download the original version, which is in 720p high-def. In it you can read everything on the screen clearly, even the small text on the web pages. All the screen captures and footage were done in HD. It's available in 2 formats: To watch it on a Windows PC, the Windows Media Video (wmv) format is easiest since you don't need any codecs and it's widely supported. It's also in Ogg Theora format (.ogm), which is supported by most Linux distros and can be played using the Kubuntu Live CD. The quality is about the same between the 2 formats.

Following the video

Here are all the steps

BIOS Settings

sample

0:00 Install LinuxMCE

test

19:30 Run the Video Resolution/Audio Setup Wizard

test