Robbie Ferguson and Christa Wells demonstrate how to use YouTube's new video editing feature to enhance the quality of your videos, practically instantly. Rachel Xu joins the Category5.TV Team and presents news from the Category5.TV Newsroom.
Being a parent is like stealing candy from a baby.
Viewer Question: I was trying to install Ubuntu or Mythbuntu on an old computer, but it could not access the Internet via the integrated network card. What can I do?
Feature: YouTube is now allowing users to to edit their videos directly through the YouTube service.
Editing video on YouTube.
Using the "I'm Feeling Lucky" feature of YouTube video editor to touch up the colors and saturation of your videos.
Using YouTube video editor effects to enhance your video.
The video rotation and stabilization features of YouTube's new video editor.
Robbie's feature request for YouTube's video editor.
Viewer Question: Could you say happy birthday to Jan in Westland, Michigan. She puts up with me watching Category5 TV every Tuesday.
Viewer Question: On episode 207, Hillary asked a viewer question for a user who was having trouble getting Blender working on OpenShot video editor. Perhaps the OpenShot team is behind on the API changes?
Viewer Comment: It was nice having Eric back last week.
The Category5.TV 4th anniversary is next week, with Christy Burton (Van Noort) joining as co-host.
Season 5 surprises are coming!
Viewer Comment: I tried ReactOS after last week's episode, and it really reminded me of the "real" Windows operating system... since it only gave me a blue screen of death.
Viewer Question: I liked the shows where you designed a web site. When you start a web site, do you already have an idea how you want it to look?
Robbie's bitterness toward Christa's use of funky menu systems.
Viewer Comment: My wife is jealous because I have Ubuntu and she has Windows 7. My daugter also runs Ubuntu.
Robbie invites users to send post cards via snailmail.
Robbie was supposed to provide M&M's, but instead provided some dark chocolate.