Computer Learning Zone CLZ Access Excel Word Windows

We learn more by looking for the answer to a question and not finding it than we do from learning the answer itself.

-Lloyd Alexander
 
Home   Courses   Seminars   Templates   Help   TechHelp   Forums   Contact   Join   Order   Logon  
 
 
Discontinuing Amicron Video Player
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   8 years ago

I'm contemplating discontinuing support for the Amicron Video Player software. Over 95% of my students use the Online Theater to watch lessons, and I feel it's no longer necessary. I'm thinking about just making the video files themselves available without any software - both for download and on the CDs I ship out. I mean, all my "Video Player" software does anyway is just launch Windows Media Player.

Your thoughts? Would you be happy if you received a CD with just a collection of video files on it and no "software" to install. Tell me what you think.

Discontinuing Amicron Video Player Upload Images   Link  
Terry Reindl 
7 years ago
I formated my hard drive and I want to continue using the amicron player. I have the player and the lessons on my hard drive. Will you please tell me how I get the player to see the lessons.Thanks.
Terry Reindl Read More...
Add a Reply
Discontinuing Amicron Video Player Upload Images   Link  
Norberto A 
8 years ago
Wow Richard, what I really miss from your Amicron Video Player was the way it organised my lessons into one neat small window. However, looking forward into opportunities, maybe you can teach us or refer us to one of your training where we can put together a similar menu.   Read More...
Add a Reply
Quality Upload Images   Link  
Brent  
8 years ago
I feel content shown is just fine, I would like to see the quality better where everything is sharp, I feel the sound is better than the older ones and the sound isnt the biggest issue I have. I am just comparing quality I see with other videos that I have purchased from other people. I use dual monitors with one monitor for your tutorial to play full screen at 1920 x 1080 and the other monitor to have access open up I know everyone does not have dual monitors, but when I was using one monitor I still had to switch windows back and forth between the video and access. The last tutorial I bought from someone else had great quality 4 hour tutorial and 4 files at 1.2 gb file size. I did not mind the file sizes it takes me 10 minutes to download. Disk space is so cheap these days and everyone just about as a broadband connection. Read More...
Add a Reply

Show Older Comments...
View in Table Format

Start a NEW Conversation
 
Only students may post right now. Click here for more information on how you can set up an account. If you are a student, please LOG ON first.
 
Subscribe
 
 

Learn
 
Access - index
Excel - index
Word - index
Windows - index
PowerPoint - index
Photoshop - index
Visual Basic - index
ASP - index
Seminars
More...
Customers
 
Account Login
Online Theater
Downloads
Lost Password
Memberships
Student Databases
Change Email
Info
 
Latest News
New Releases
User Forums
Topic Glossary
Tips & Tricks
Search The Site
Code Vault
Collapse Menus
Help
 
Customer Support
Web Site Tour
FAQs
TechHelp
Consulting Services
About
 
Background
Testimonials
Jobs
Affiliate Program
Richard Rost
Free Lessons
Mailing List
Order
 
Video Tutorials
Handbooks
Memberships
Learning Connection
Idiot's Guide to Excel
Volume Discounts
Payment Info
Shipping
Terms of Sale
Contact
 
Contact Info
Support Policy
Email Richard
Mailing Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
Course Survey
Blog RSS Feed    Twitter

YouTube Channel    LinkedIn
PermaLink