This page contains a collection of informal video material that has been created by members of the Tiki community. It is raw and direct! Enjoy!
For an organized list of video presentations designed to give overview of various features of Tiki made by the developers have a look at TikiTV.
This is a work in progress. Please, contribute with your own videos (see below some tips on how to do it) either for end users, or for admins), and add more links to Tiki-related videos below. To comment the videos, please follow the same format as current comments (Click + to expand notes).
Note that some videos are mirrored in different locations. So depending on your location, choose the one closest to you.
Table of contents
- English Movies
- Smarty Movies
- Using tv.tiki.org
- TikWiki Movies
- How to produce your own videos for free?
Tiki 3: Install & Profiles
Basic upgrade from 2.0 to 3.0 of the TikiLiveCD and setup of new features
Basic install & overview of Tiki 1.9
TikiWiki CMS/Groupware lighting talk at FOSDEM 2009
At Fosdem 2009, Marc Laporte, gave a lightning talk about TikiWiki (15 min).
Here: Presentation Fosdem 2009
These movies show how an end-user can interact with a Tiki-powered site.
- Creating a new wiki page
- Adding events to the calendar
- Submitting new directory resources
- Using Search
- Adding an RSS feed
These demos are hosted on KeyContent.org .
The TikiWiki for
Dummies Smarties guide now includes Flash (SWF)-based movies, too:
Several of the demo movies have been updated for Tiki 5! Check them out at http://twbasics.keycontent.org/Demo+Movies
Many ways to use videos can be found here at the tiki.org community. So much that we now have a server dedicated to manage video assets.
Here is a complete inventory of movies found
How to produce your own videos for free?
In order to produce your own videos, you can use, for instance:
- http://recordmydesktop.sf.net -> free software with GPL; GNU/Linux
- Kdenlive -> Free software with GPL; GNU/Linux
- Camstudio -> free software with GPL; M$ Windows only
- Wink -> freeware, available for GNU/Linux and M$ Windows
Who is working on this:
Maybe you were looking for the Flash plugin to embed your owns Flash movies in a wiki page?