Posts Tagged ‘video’

Mindjet and the Web – Rapidly assembling knowledge – The video

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

This is my cut from a Visual Thinking Hub webinar in which I show how to use MindManager or Mindjet for Windows to create a knowledge map about a subject. The techniques of drag and drop or copy and paste for text, links and images from web pages are also applicable to files and folders on your local PC and network drives. This functionality has been in MindManager for more than a decade. You will also see how to use the map parts to add search results to your map ( a recent addition about five years ago). For a map outlining the video content please visit my previous blog

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Mindjet or MindManager and the Web – Rapidly assembling knowledge

MindManager 9 Windows video and related videos

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

I will let it speak for itself.

One Minute MindManager Tips

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

I have created a series (not finished) of One Minute MindManager Tips. The videos:

I hope you find these useful. If there is something you think, you should be able to do in a minute with MindManager and you would like me to show you how. Please add a comment to this blog

Using MindManager to write a script and be the teleprompter (Part 2)

Sunday, March 23rd, 2008

The second phase was to convert the script in to keywords or prompts.

I used Insert > Parent Topic to add a dummy topic before each of the script topics. I marked each script topic with an map marker and then started to add keyword or prompt topics. I emphasised the key benefit keywords with a blue backgrounds.

This is the final map.

Then I filtered it with the Power Filter to hide all the script topics. This was the map I used to make the final recording which is viewable below.

The next stage is just to learn the script and not have the prompt. Perhaps I should do shorter videos or do them in scenes and bolt them together afterwards. From a video process viewpoint I will also turn off the autofocus and the auto white balance, and wear a darker shirt.