You can find a number of MarcEdit related tutorials on YouTube.  Here are a few (most with audio).  Full list of tutorials are available from the MarcEdit Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrHRsJ91nVFScJLS91SWR5awtFfpewMWg


Previewing MarcEdit Macs Plugin Support

It's been a long rode, but plugin support is coming to the Mac Version of MarcEdit. Here's a preview.

MarcEdit Windows/Linux Plugin Enhancements

Video demonstrating the new plugin management scheduled for MarcEdit (all versions)

MarcEdit Mac: working with Fonts and language settings

Initial description of work happening around fonts and UI language elements.

Ohio State University Batch ETD Upload Workflow

This process describes The Ohio State University Libraries' workflow utilizing OhioLINK's batch ETD workflows.

MarcEdit: Checking Linked Data Services Status

Utilize a tool in MarcEdit to determine if particular linked data services are online and ready to accept queries.

MarcEdit: Enable Enhanced Logging Support in the MarcEditor

Describes how to enable and use MarcEdit's enhanced logging support when working with the MarcEditor.

Using MarcEdit's Console Program: Linked Data Example

Using the linked data options to demonstrate MarcEdit's Console Program and Options.

PCC Task Group on URIs in MARC Report: Section #2: Technical Challenges

Since the DC session, I've been wishing I'd done a better job writing notes or recording the session due to the number of questions the slides generated. So, I've stepped back, updated the slides slight, and have giving an updated, less abbreviated, version of this talk.

Getting Started with Regular Expressions in Marcedit

This is a beginners video developed to give new users to MarcEdit's regular expression syntax a primer and examples on how to use the language. It provides information on strategies, resources, and hopefully, some useful hints to help get people started. The Slides used in this session can be found on slideshare at: http://www.slideshare.net/reese_terry/getting-started-with-regular-expressions-in-marcedit

Working with the Clean Smart Characters Function

Smart Quotes and specific unicode data can cause huge headaches within MARC records. This new tool provides user with the ability to process these elements out of the record.