[Tugindia] tugindia Digest, Vol 82, Issue 10

Duvvuri Venu Gopal venugopal_duvvuri at rediffmail.com
Tue Oct 27 05:44:58 CET 2009

Some time back I downloaded the mil4-video-presentations. It contained some 8 Video lessons how to typeset documents using LaTeX. It was prepared by the writer of the book "More Math in LaTeX".

The contents of the READ ME file is given below :

This folder contains a series of video presentations based  
on the "Short Course", from the book "(More) Math into LaTeX", 
4th edition, Springer Verlag, 2008. These presentations are 
copyrighted, but they can be freely distributed.

How to watch these videos?

Mac: Just click on the icon of a video, and QuickTime Player 7.5 or 
newer loads it. (Make sure you have a current version from Software 
Update...) Click on the play button, the black triangle pointing 
right. If you want to play the videos on a notebook with a smaller 
display, the play button may not be accessible. Go to the View menu 
of the QuickTime Player and choose 

Enter Full Screen

PC (Windows): If you do not have QuickTime 7.5 (or newer) installed 
on your computer, point your browser to


choose Downloads, and in the middle of the page click on QuickTime. 
Follow the instructions for a free installation of the most recent 
QuickTime on you PC. (Older versions of QuickTime may give a misleading 
error message.) Now you can play the videos as on a Mac. Note the 
special instruction for notebooks.

UNIX and Linux: Most video players can be used to watch these videos. 
We tried TOTEM (with the the Gnome desktop), ATUN and KAFFEINE (with the 
KDE desktop). 

Venu Gopal

I use OpenOffice 3.0!
Do you!!

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