VYM (View Your Mind) is a tool to generate and manipulate maps which show your thoughts. In this video, I will show you how to install and use this incredible program on your Raspberry Pi.
I have included the completed map that I created in the YouTube video below so you can see the value of creating these kinds of Mind Maps.
I have been drawing mind maps most of my life. Some people call it “Theory Crafting”, some people call it “Story Boarding” and they are all related somewhat in concept and design. What makes VYM, View Your Mind so useful is that it is FREE, it works very well on Raspbian and the Raspberry PI and you can share it with others. It is another program that makes the whole Raspberry Pi experience great!
Have fun installing it, using it and taking your ideas and sharing them with others in a whole new way! Catch you next week!
SimpleScreenRecorder is a Linux program that was created to record programs and games by Maarten Baert. I have found this to work exceptionally well on the Raspberry Pi 3B+ and I wanted to show you how easy it is to install and use.
As Maarten Baert’s original goal was to create a program that was just really simple to use, featured filled and is actually a pretty powerful program. It’s ‘simple’ in the sense that it’s easier to use than most other programs because it has a straightforward user interface. Here is a direct link to SimpleScreenRecorder.
I am installing this across my network from my Linux Mint computer using RealVNC to my Raspberry Pi 3B+ so I can use the same SimpleScreenRecorder on the Pi. Once I have that installed on the Pi I will install another program showing you SimpleScreenRecorder being installed on it.
Last week I installed the RESPEAKER on the Pi so that is how you will hear me on the next video. In THIS video the microphone you hear me on is on my Linux Mint computer.
So now that you know about it and all the details let us get to it with the installation. This is going to be fun!
For those that wanted a more close up of the control panels here is a .gif I Googled on the Internet.
I have tried several different programs over the years that do screen recordings. I find this one not only the easiest to use but the Simple fact that it works so wonderfully well on the Raspberry Pi is perfect. Give this a try and I think you will be not only very surprised but happy as well. -=Enjoy=-