WordCamp Udaipur

Posted on January 24th, 2017
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WordCamp Pune was a blast.

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Now, I am on my way to Udaipur, Rajasthan. Another step on my #WCAsiaRoadTrip, a new region of India that I will discover and new people that I am going to meet. Even though I know for fact that a lot of the WCPune fellows will be there as well. Some of the WPoets crew among others… I can’t wait to see them again.

My talk at WordCamp Udaipur, “How to create Video for your WordPress Blog” will be similar to the one I gave at WordCamp Baltimore. I will record a small video during the talk and will demonstrate how to use the VINUBIS Video Editor Plugin to edit it. Everything is explained in the following video-invitation.

This will be an interactive talk, get ready to practice using, VINUBIS, my favorite plugin to create videos! As usual, at the end of the talk, I’ll publish the video we will produce in this post, right here below this paragraph, and feel free to already slide through my presentation.


[Update] The full recording of my talk by the WordPress TV team has finally been published on the WordCamp Udaipur YouTube Channel.

Last but not least, I created a Millioneyez Photobox for you and I to upload our WCUdaipur photos. Just click on the camera icon on the lower right to add your photos. As you can see in my WCPune photobox, at the beginning of this post, I got a few fellows to participate! Thanks Kumar, Shivanand and Abhishek! I really hope you will also try this fantastic plugin, not only to share your photos with me, but to also create your own Photobox for your blog.

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