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< * [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53YeTdVtDkU rebox2] screencast by [LeWang]
> * [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53YeTdVtDkU rebox2] screencast by LeWang.
> * Programothesis has a [http://www.youtube.com/user/emailataskcom/videos?query=emacs series of screencasts].
> * [http://www.youtube.com/user/rpdillon/videos?query=hack+emacs Hack Emacs] - Richard Dillon's series of screencasts.
> == Ideas for Screencasts ==
> * [InternetRelayChat IRC]ing in Emacs - demoing the popular clients and introducing [EmacsChannel #emacs].
> * See also: [SachaChua Sacha]'s [http://sachachua.com/blog/2013/04/brainstorming-ways-to-help-build-the-emacs-community/ community building ideas].
Screencasts are videos of screen capture. The video shows changes on the screen while programming or executing some task.
Emacs screencasts are videos of emacs in use. They offer a fun way to learn about Emacs usage by looking at experts using or demonstrating new features. It is also revealing to see how these experts use emacs for routine tasks while they go about demonstrating new features. Though some screencasts are only visual, without sound, they nevertheless reveal some useful patterns. Learning from screencasts is like looking over the expert’s shoulder and silently watching them work.
There are a number of ways of learning, but screencasts have proven unmatched for demonstrating complex command sequences in easy to see, low-cost method.
Screencasts about Emacs
- rebox2 screencast by LeWang.
- Meet Magit introduces Magit, a git mode, by demonstrating a variety of features designed to keep you productive with git without ever leaving the comfort of Emacs.
- PeepCode's Meet Emacs is an hour-long professionally-recorded video (available in Ogg and other formats) that teaches Emacs. It is sold for $12. For a preview, see 5 minutes of Emacs.
- Rinari Screencast is a short demonstration of the Rinari minor-mode for RubyOnRails development
- Tim Visher has a series of screencasts where he does vimgolf challenges in emacs.
- Emacs Rocks! is a series of short videos showing why emacs does indeed rock.
- Derek Slager shows how he use emacs in Formatting a CSS File.
- Seongkook(CinSK) has very interesting screencasts in his website. see them all in here
- Marshall Vandegrift uses EmacsCodeBrowser and show how to move ruby on rails with it
- MarcoBaringer shows SlimeMode (150MB Quicktime movie, also available via Bittorrent) (see also reference guide here)
- another SlimeMode demo from the vnc2swf-site: http://www.unixuser.org/~euske/vnc2swf/slime.html
- Icicles with rcodetools, by rubikitch
- DavidEsposito? manages web sites using EmacsMuse : Here's a demo of how he uses it
- MsfAbbrev mode is very good abbreviation package. You can see it in action at here
- A demo (dead link!) of experimental CompanyMode, which offers a completion list (like intellisense) in the buffer
- A demo of TempoSnippets, a snippet.el-like front-end for TempoMode.
- RubyOnRails and EmacsCodeBrowser demo (no audio, Flash required): http://emacsonrails.drozdov.net [1.8MB]
- Short RCodeTools animation showing use of Icicles completion with Ruby
- Editing JavaDoc via DocMode: http://nschum.de/src/emacs/doc-mode/screencast/
- yasnippet – Yet Another Snippet extension for emacs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOj7btx3ATg
- artist-mode: http://www.cinsk.org/emacs/emacs-artist.html
- ido-mode: http://www.vimeo.com/1013263
- General getting started screencasts for emacs on OS X: http://railsnewbie.com (6 large quicktime movies)
- Redshank by MichaelWeber is a helper for all CommonLisp hackers. You can see a demo at http://www.foldr.org/~michaelw/emacs/redshank/
- nXhtml, some tutorials: http://ourcomments.org/Emacs/nXhtml/tut/tutorials.html
- Emacs Column Editing (with cua-mode): http://www.vimeo.com/1168225?pg=embed&sec=1168225
- Screencast covering basic Emacs setup on Mac OS X: windows/frames, key mapping
- Various Emacs screencasts – ScreencastSources and ScreencastRecordings have links to screencasts made with ScreencastMode and ScreencastRecord respectively.
- Video showing Emacs in action by Don Box. Funny. You can see how he changes slash into backslash in shell mode running
- Emacsmovies.org: http://emacsmovies.org/
- This has a really nice beginners introduction to Emacs in an X-Windows session.
- GNEVE / GNU Emacs Video Editing demonstration video on Youtube, edited by GNEVE.
- Programothesis has a series of screencasts.
- Hack Emacs - Richard Dillon’s series of screencasts.
Tips about Creating Screencasts
Ideas for Screencasts