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The Google Cast extension for Chromium works in Ubuntu (to cast Chromium pages/browsing to your TV using a ChromeCast at 720p which looks just fine, though a bit lagged). It doesn't cast the YUV (video overlay) space well though, even on 802.11n. (Testing in 12.04 LTS and 13.10, with latest Chromium) Having said that, casting YouTube from my Android 4.3 ...
Many of the same videos are available at YouTube. See https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/lubuntu-users/2013-October/005730.html and http://www.youtube.com/llelectronics
You can use youTube. Now YouTube allows you to add the multiple choice questions inside the video. Check this link. http://www.youtube.com/testtube
None of above apps work for me. I've got ffmpeg (command line program) to do the job. I was not able to use the Ubuntu supplied version of ffmpeg, which is actually avconv, as it won't accept the pulse parameter. So I installed the 'proper' ffmpeg using How to replace avconv with (the real) ffmpeg and have it work right? and that did the job. I'm going to ...
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