Taposé video tutorial (update, please read)

Yes, I know this is my third Taposé video post in 24 hours, and I’m sorry that it’s taking over a bit right now. I’m a backer on this project so I’ve been keeping track of what’s been happening with it more than I usually would, and noticed people were requesting a more in-depth tutorial or manual at the Taposé blog. Since my jailbroken iPad lets me make such a video rather easily I thought I would share what I’ve learned about the app so far. Still some things I need to figure out, and a lot of performance and bug related issues that sometimes makes you wonder what’s going on, but I think it will help those who are starting from scratch with Taposé. As for everyone else, I promise I’ll put the app down and go find something else to play with soon.

Update: At around 19:40 in the original video I inserted a video into Taposé, causing the iPad’s built in “lets just do it, not ask for permission” video compression feature to kick in and steal some of the system resources that the screen recording app was using. As a result, the entire second half of the video had audio either completely missing or horribly out of sync. To fix it I re-recorded the second part as well as I could, and merged the two together. It’s a bit messy, but hopefully still gets the message across. Lesson learned for next time: don’t touch anything that says camera or video while using the screen recorder app. 

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Andreas Ødegård

Andreas Ødegård is more interested in aftermarket (and user created) software and hardware than chasing the latest gadgets. His day job as a teacher keeps him interested in education tech and takes up most of his time.

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