Here in Michigan we spend our summers battling Canadian tourists:
YouTube has made huge improvements over the last 6 months that finally make it an awesome one-to-many delivery platform for screen video. The video below (shared via the Jing blog) shows how to use Jing Pro to deliver high quality HD screencasts on YouTube. It’s also a great opportunity to see just how far I’ll stoop (intro shows me in curlers) to get a giggle.
Go fullscreen to see the video in 720p High Definition.
It’s that easy–time for y’all to get Jing Pro and set up a screencasting channel for your favorite piece of software or dev project!
Chase Brammer shows how to create ActionScript 3 cross-domain RSLs during his session at 360|Flex in Indianapolis (just over 5 minutes).
Chase Brammer shows how to optimize ActionScript 3 Runtime Shared Libraries during his session at 360|Flex in Indianapolis (just under 3 minutes).