tcworld 2018 part 3: Creative online videos for technical documentation

by Finn Böttger on November 23, 2018

Clear the stage! At the beginning of his workshop "Creating thrilling online videos", Stephan Schneider showed two pictures.

One is of roaring Leo the lion who is still shown in the opening credits of all Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films. The second one could have been his brother, yawning and bored to death. That was the motto of the workshop: This is NOT Hollywood and boredom is taboo.

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