[Cin] Official CinGG channel on Youtube

Rafa Mar Multimedia en Gnu\Linux rafamar.mm.ig at gmail.com
Mon Apr 20 14:06:26 CEST 2020

The idea seems good to me. Although my original idea was short and
non-voiceover videos, this may be one more list, where the title of the
video is what the content indicates.
Very nice Lightworks website and how the videos are ordered. In Cinelerra
something similar could be done on the web, where they could be ordered by
language and then subject. This is very easy to do.
Although the web when you put it in Spanish does not work well. But this is
already another topic.
The important thing is to spread the web of the videos, the videos, the
YouTube channel a lot.

El lun., 20 abr. 2020 a las 13:47, Andrea paz (<gamberucci.andrea at gmail.com>)

> A proposal to organize the channel in playlist. Instead of making
> collections according to the language or according to the author, I
> propose to collect the videos according to the topics. For example:
> "installation"
> "GUI"
> "subtitles"
> "Editing"
> "Effects"
> ...
> On the front page you will always see the latest entries in
> chronological order (and as a video presentation I would put Sam's),
> but if you go to the Playlist section you can choose the topic you are
> interested in.
> Author and language can be put in the title and description.
> See how well organized the Lightworks videotutorials section is:
> https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=162&Itemid=246&start=QuickStart
> Another question, is how to contact and be contacted by users who want
> to put their videos on the channel. You can write a post in the forum
> and maybe even a note on the website. What else?
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