Major Updates to Our Videos (2 Examples)

June 13, 2008 at 3:46 pm

A couple of weeks ago, we denoted The Uncouth Craft Store.  It was a pretty mild roll-out, but was a huge moment for us.  Not but did it commemorate the end of a lot of preparation, but a newfangled business model.  So far, so beneficial.  Plus, the more-quick-for-premier-time Store will presently be coming to an Internet near you.

A large part of training to open up the Store was reaching newfangled versions of each video in both Windows (.wmv) and Mac (.mov) formats.  This moved over us a chance to get to improvements across the library – peculiarly to our first few videos, which has sound and color issues.

The first example is a major update for the “licenced version” of RSS in Plain English video, which is simply uncommitted in the Store.  We immortalised a newfangled voice-over and re-redacted it to be more effective and have ameliorated color. The content is nearly superposable to the original, gratis version. Infra is the updated, certifyed version :

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The second example is CFL Light Bulbs in Plain English (at one time Modern Light Bulbs in Plain English).  When we in the beginning printed it, it did not comprise a warning about mercury and disposing of the bulbs in good order.  This Modern version of the video comprises a mercury warning. This updated video is at present uncommitted in both free and certifyed versions. Infra is the updated, detached version:

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We’re thusly excited about this newfangled direction.  We’ll be supplying all next Usual Craft Show videos in detached and certifyed versions – and the licenced ones will be displayed in total length in the Store.

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