Friday, March 25, 2011

Free Webinar Recordings

One of the popular FamilySearch affiliate programs is RootsMagic.
There is a free version, RootsMagic Essentials. The paid version is about $30.
I found several free webinar recordings for this software at

A "Webinar" is a seminar (class or presentation) viewable on the World Wide Web if you have a high speed internet connection. Sometimes you need to register in advance for the "live" session, and sometimes there is a recording that you can watch at a later time that is convenient for you. Some webinars have a cost and others are free.

(I watched the webinar on RootsMagic 4 and and found it to be excellent!)

Past WebinarsClick on a Watch link to watch a past webinar in your web-browser (Adobe Flash required). To download a past webinar, right-click on the Download link and choose "Save link as..." to save it to your computer. All webinars are in .mp4 format and are viewable by Windows Media Player, iTunes, and most other media players.

Getting Started with RootsMagicRecorded 8 Jan 2011, 78 minutes, 53 MB

Publishing a Family History with RootsMagicRecorded 11 Jan 2011, 64 minutes, 52 MB

FamilySearch Made Easy with RootsMagicRecorded 18 Jan 2011, 102 minutes, 63 MB

RootsMagic To-Go: Running RootsMagic on a Flash DriveRecorded 24 Jan 2011, 63 minutes, 28 MB

Sources, Citations and Documentation with RootsMagicRecorded 4 Feb 2011, 85 minutes, 59 MB

Working with Files and Folders in RootsMagicRecorded 8 Feb 2011, 74 minutes, 48 MB

Cleaning Your Family Tree in RootsMagicRecorded 15 Feb 2011, 85 minutes, 65 MB

Personal Historian: Bringing Life to Your Life StoriesRecorded 23 Feb 2011, 73 minutes, 58 MB

Creating Custom Reports with RootsMagicRecorded 2 Mar 2011, 59 minutes, 49 MB

Mapping Your Family Tree with Family AtlasRecorded 8 Mar 2011, 68 minutes, 75 MB

Adding and Editing Information in RootsMagicRecorded 16 Mar 2011, 88 minutes, 62 MB

Disclaimer: I have no connection to RootsMagic other than using the free version a few times. I have a high opinion of this software. It may be easier to use than the software I am currently using to synchronize my data with

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