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I'd Like to Thank the Academy... (or, Vault 3 Promotional Video on YouTube)
April 5, 2009

I'm very pleased with the way Vault 3 has turned out. But it's being downloaded at a slower rate than I would have expected at this point. I think the word just isn't getting out. Consequently I'm trying to promote Vault 3 on YouTube. If the following video is successful I'll be creating a set of Vault 3 videos, hosted on YouTube. Are there any Vault 3 features that you'd like to see demonstrated in video form? If so, click on the "Comment on this Blog Post" link below, and let me know what you'd like to see.

The Making of "Vault 3 Video 1"

I used the Microsoft Windows Media Encoder program to record the video. Windows Media Encoder is a bit painful to use, but the price is right. I ran Vault 3 in a Virtual Machine (VM) using VirtualBox. In the VM I configured Windows to use an absurdly large font size so the program's text was visible in the video.

Keywords: Vault 3, Open Source, Personal Information Manager, PIM, YouTube, Video, Windows Media Encoder 9, VirtualBox, Virtual Machine, VM

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