This is an addendum to Computing Update IV, part of which detailed Tobae’s adventures with presentation software, aka PowerPoint. But I forgot to mention an important piece of the puzzle. She very much wanted to imbed a video from YouTube produced by the Utah Avalanche Center.
To be clear, doing so is a violation of the Terms of Service of You Tube. You may only use their “embedded player” for showing their content. In other words, you must show the video in a web browser and to do so be connected to the Internet.
I am quite certain that is not the intent of the Utah Avalanche Center. They are trying to help people stay out of avalanches and create awareness. But they have made the poor choice of minimizing their outlay for providing video by using YouTube. Lesson to all that want their material widely propagated. Of course YouTube is owned by Google, the “do no evil” company. Enough said.
Ironically Google will gladly do searches with terms like “capture YouTube video OS X”! A tremendous number of the tools don’t work; a cat and mouse game? I leave it to the reader to ponder whether I found one or not.
I know Tobae will do good and do well in the sans Internet mountain cabin meeting venue.