Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 3

Another video from Delphi Live! 2009 . . .

Nick Hodges, Delphi R & D Manager
Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist

Embarcadero Technologies

DelphiLive! 2009
May 2009 in San Jose

This is part 3 where we see more of the code formater.  Also the non-modal find box.  Then Allen takes over to show off the Direct2D canvas.  I zoomed in pretty good so you can see the differences.    At the very end you see the email from David I. saying he is ready for his demo next.

[Part 2] – [Part 4]

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5 Responses to Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 3

  1. Thanks for posting the video – I would like to have been there in person. Maybe next time a tripod would be a good idea.

  2. Jim McKeeth says:

    I’ve shot with a tripod before, but the problem then is it isn’t zoomed in on the interesting parts. The main issue is I was twittering at the same time I was shooting with the camera. Well that and I really wasn’t holding it stable. Maybe I can get a monopod so I can work with the camera and keep it stable. Thanks for the feedback and glad you enjoyed the videos. I have more to come.

  3. I’ve shot a few seminars (and my brother has done hundreds of hours worth). I usually use a tripod that can pan and tilt which allows you to follow the action, but keep the camera steady. My brother uses two (or more) cameras, one wide (which just sits by itself), the other zoomed in on the people and pans/zooms etc.

    I apologize if I am sounding critical – this is certainly not the case, I’m very appreciative that you have been able to post these snippets.

  4. Jim McKeeth says:

    It’s all good Alister. That sounds like a great setup. Thanks!

  5. Jim McKeeth says:

    I re-uploaded the video to Vimeo with better aspect ratio.

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