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Advice on how to get started giving screencasts, why you might want to do it and how to establish your recording studio. Then we move into planning your screencast and a few tips on using some presentation tools.
Now that you have a studio and a plan, we cover how to begin and conclude your screencast and a bit about postprocessing. Then we cover your behavior during your talk and how to get your screencast distributed to others.
A 5-minute introduction to the enhanced interactive shell 'IPython'. Superior to the default Python shell, IPython provides power object introspection features, easy access to operating system commands and text editor integration.
A quick look at a style of marking up plaintext called "reStructuredText" with hotkeys from the Emacs text editor to view the result as HTML, PDF and slides.
A slideshow look at the features of the widely used 2-d image manipulation package for Python named 'PIL', providing for the viewing, copying, printing, filtering and transformation of images, including palette manipulation, pixel filtering and multipage animations.