AVR Video tutorial Series

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Hi Everyone,

 

We have made a tutorial series for Mega AVR  Micro-controllers.  The series  now has 20 videos (and more to come), starting from architecture till interfacing peripherals.

Hope you all like it. Your feedback and comments will help us do better :)

 

 

 AVR Tutorial Series

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist...

Sandeep

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ExploreEmbedded.com

Last Edited: Sat. Dec 6, 2014 - 03:53 AM
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"Oops something went wrong" when clicking the link. Can't see anything.
 

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"Invalid parameters"

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WHAT? Does anyone expect the videos to work when Studio itself doesn't so well? devil

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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Sorry! for the bad link, corrected it please check.

Sandeep

Co-founder

ExploreEmbedded.com

Last Edited: Sat. Dec 6, 2014 - 03:55 AM
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:) well the videos are not all about AVR Studio.  They are about learning AVR from basics for begineers! They may use any compiler, IDE! 

Sandeep

Co-founder

ExploreEmbedded.com

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Ok, well here's my feedback: I didn't listen long enough to be able to evaluate the quality of the videos. But at a first glance I would say sound quality is pretty crappy and the intonation of the speaker pretty boring. I find it sometimes difficult to understand. I don't think I could watch all 20 videos. To me good examples of videos who do somewhat similar things are the ones from newbiehack.com and eevblog.com I would watch them to see how they present their information and why they are fun to watch, not just educational.

 

I don't mean to be negative, but I'd rather give you honest feedback than say that it looks great and then just never watch it. However if you covered a subject that I really needed information on and couldn't find explained anywhere else I would watch the video. I just wouldn't start watching video's for fun like I do with eevblog.

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+1... the sound quality shut down my interest within a minute on the first video. I have no idea if they improved in later episodes. Sorry.

 

 

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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I checked a later episode as well to be sure and sound quality seemed to be the same but it seemed to be spoken a little more fluent. Still missing that exciting factor though.

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 Really appreciate the straight forwardness. I had recently completed a 8051 tutorial series and had good very encouraging comments on the channel for in depth and simple explanation.  But from the feedback received here, I will take away the following things.

 

1. The sound quality, intonation etc  should be improved. (We started recording with a good mic after the first debacle). I will straight away re-record the first video, which is creating a bad impression.

2. I was thinking clearly explaining stuff was suffice. However it is evident that I need to make the videos more interesting and bring a lot more clarity of thought, timing, excitement and energy in to the videos looking at fellow video bloggers.

 

I intend to make peripheral interfacing videos with AVR in the coming videos. Your suggestions on how to make them more interesting would help me in the long run, not just for AVR videos but for the upcoming videos on PIC and PIC and ARM.

 

 

Thank you all for your valuable feedback, looking forward! 

 

Sandeep

Co-founder

ExploreEmbedded.com

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bring a lot more clarity of thought, timing, excitement and energy

A bit of "vindaloo" excitement..... 

 

upcoming videos on PIC and PIC and ARM.

 

So you are a hired gun, not just an Atmel employee???

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly