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 +====== Creating an advertisement video for The Global Ability Initiative ======
 +
 +Telia has produced a very catchy advertisement with letters and words seemingly random with entertaining/catchy music
 +that appear on screen from the side, from the bottom, from the top, are rotated 90 degrees etc. the words are certainly ment to be associated with the company logo which finally appears alone in the end of the advertisemenmoneyt.
 +
 +Is it possible to produce a video promoting awareness, public spirit, helpfullness disability, caring etc. to "THE GLOBAL ABILITY INITIATIVE" - The video should be simple to produce, letters floating into view from different clipping areas, maybe add a 3D twist to it.
 +
 +Creating the video consists of getting people to write down a number of positive words on specific subjects
 +Selecting the most positive words
 +
 +Put the words into sequence and display them on screen
 +
 +Finding a soundtrack - use incompetech.com sound (royalty free)
 +
 +Recording the video with Record my desktop
 +
 +Adding the soundtrack to the video probably just use mencoder for that
 +
 +Posting the video on YouTube on our own channel.
 +
 +
 +
 +To test T-Board the Virtual Keyboard
 +
 +Do:
 +
 +VERR_VM_DRIVER_NOT_INSTALLED (rc=-1908)
 +
 +The VirtualBox Linux kernel driver (vboxdrv) is either not loaded or there is a permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. Re-setup the kernel module by executing
 +
 +'/etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup'
 +
 +as root. Users of Ubuntu or Fedora should install the DKMS package at first. This package keeps track of Linux kernel changes and recompiles the vboxdrv kernel module if necessary.
 +
 +OK DKMS installed, will try again
 +
 +ep@laptop:/etc$ ./init.d/vboxdrv setup
 +open: Permission denied
 + * Stopping VirtualBox kernel module                                            open: Permission denied
 + *  done.
 +open: Permission denied
 + * Recompiling VirtualBox kernel module                                         ./init.d/vboxdrv: 311: cannot create /var/log/vbox-install.log: Permission denied
 +
 +open: Permission denied
 + * Look at /var/log/vbox-install.log to find out what went wrong
 +ep@laptop:/etc$ sudo ./init.d/vboxdrv setup
 +[sudo] password for ep:
 +
 +* Stopping VirtualBox kernel module                                             *  done.
 + * Recompiling VirtualBox kernel module                                          *  done.
 + * Starting VirtualBox kernel module                                             *  done.
 +
 +Once VM is up again 
 +
 +Copy T-Board into VM 
 +
 +
 +Install T-Board
 +
 +Adjust settings for T-Board to run
 +
 +
 +If this does not work - Then I have installed DOSBOX and DOSEMU to experiment with as a precaution
 +
 +
 +If this can be achieved:
 +
 +create a page looking like it has 70 sentences, link a select number of sentences with images
 +
 +Create a script regarding ALS / MS Cerebral Palsy the Global Ability Initiative and how our tools can be used to create better life quality for people - T-Board
 +
 +Remember these programs are concepts, they can be refined and still remain free for all if people are willing to support the cause.
 +
 +Join The Global Ability Initiative.
 +
 +use record my desktop to record a session
 +
 +have andy put music to it
 +
 +==== Create a youtube account ====
 +The Global Ability Initiative - is the channel name
 +peterseneinar4395@m.youtube.com - is the mail address to where videos can be sent
 +peterseneinar is the user name
 +
 +
 +==== Upload video demo to the YouTube Channel ====
 +
 +Link to demo on facebook and ask group to share
 +
 +Embed demo video in globability.org homepage via embedded youtube player & link
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