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10-4 Episode 41: Downloading and Installing the Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate

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In this episode of 10-4, Brian Keller takes us through downloading and installing the Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 Release Candidate. This time-compressed video will take you through all of the key things you need to know to get up and running quickly with the Release Candidate.

This video references several important URL's. Those URL's, as well as some other handy links for the RC, are as follows:
- Download instructions for all files in this video
- Upgrading from TFS 2010 Beta 2 to TFS 2010 RC
- Team Foundation Server 2010 Installation Guide
- Compatibility hotfix for Team Explorer 2008 connecting to Team Foundation Server 2010 (beta 2 bits also work with RC)
RC home on MSDN
- Michael Rigler on changes to the testing features
- Scott Guthrie on the release candidate (important note for Silverlight 4 developers)
- Fix for IntelliSense crashes
- Silverlight 3 and 4 Developer Runtime Fix
- Information on "Go Live" license
MSDN Forums
- Visual Studio Connect site (report bugs / suggestions)
- Team Foundation Server 2010 Deployment Guidance
- Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Kit
- Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Course


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  • Video and audio don't appear to be synced.


    You can notice a little jump in the video right at about 21 seconds in that beings the desync.

  • Thanks Merick! Good catch. I think I found a Camtasia bug, I have a theory about what happened here.


    I'm exporting again now but I spot checked the video and it appears to only be off by a second or two so it should still functionally all be accurate in the meantime.

  • Nope, not a Camtasia bug - apparently this is an error that Windows Live Movie Maker introduced when I first converted the file. Sad


    It's going to be way too much work to fix it at this point since it's embedded within the larger project, but since it's only a lip sync issue the video should still work ok.

  • You're right, I also think that it's only a file problem and not a camtasia bug.  Much better if you could replace it with a better version.  Otherwise, your statement in here is enough to prove that camtasia is working well as expected.

  • Done! New version uploaded, I pulled out my "talking head" after the sync issue. Sorry for those of you who were looking forward to seeing my smiling mug for 10 minutes, you can always catch me on This Week on Channel 9 instead. Wink



  • Hi,

    When whill the next episode be posted?

  • Yeah, it has been nearly 2 months since this last video, we want more ! Smiley

  • SurprisedSurprised

    Why don't all the 10-4 shows have got tag "10-4" assigned? It makes searching them more difficult.

  • Ed LawrenceEd Lawrence

    Cheers for the instructions. <a href="http://www.valetravel.co.uk">independent travel agents</a>

  • GeorgeGeorge

    Useful video and posting, many thanks!
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