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Justin Burt
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I am teaching a class which involves teaching students what can be gained from a Bible software program such as Accordance. Is there a way to capture what I am doing with small quicktime movies? I have QuickTime Pro 7.x. Or is there another program that might be better? Thanks.

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I am teaching a class which involves teaching students what can be gained from a Bible software program such as Accordance. Is there a way to capture what I am doing with small quicktime movies? I have QuickTime Pro 7.x. Or is there another program that might be better? Thanks.

 

You may want to look at this:

 

http://www.jingproject.com/

 

It is free, but is limited to 5 minutes of video. The good thing is that they host the video on their site so it is accessible from the internet.

 

John Fidel

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Thanks! That SnapzProX is an awesome program. Thank you so much. The Jing Project is an ok program, but everything is posted online and my internet connection is not consistent. Thanks again for your help.

 

Jing Project is currently a free program, but SnapzProX is a bit more than free ($69).

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And don't forget iShowU, which works pretty well and it's not too expensive.

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You can always take a series of static screen grabs and put them together in a quicktime movie.

No animation, but with the proper audio commentary it could work.

 

~A!

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You can always take a series of static screen grabs and put them together in a quicktime movie.

No animation, but with the proper audio commentary it could work.

 

~A!

 

 

That is actually a better idea than what I had, thanks!

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  • 1 year later...

If you are serious about screen capture videos, go for ScreenFlow. Here's brief introduction video:

http://www.telestream.net/screen-flow/demos.htm

It's not cheap, but then again it's for those people who are really into it.

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I prefer screenflow, best bang for the buck imo.

 

http://www.telestream.net/screen-flow/overview.htm

 

I'm still learning ScreenFlow, so can't comment on that program. However, if you are going to use Grabber for static shots, consider importing them into KeyNote or PowerPoint. Once you've got the slide show ready, record your lecture while you are actually teaching [i've done it. It works just fine.]. Save the recording when you are done.

 

PowerPoint will then allow you to save as a movie. Keynote's options are more extensive, allowing you to export as a QuickTime movie, Flash presentation, or even a podcast. Way cool! :)

 

PS.

If you decide to post it on the web, let us know. I know I'd like to see it!

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Justin,

 

I just found another option for you on the web. Its called "ProfCast" and can be downloaded here: http://www.profcast.com/public/. It promises to make producing and publishing podcasts a "no-brainer." I've downloaded the trial version (15 days), but haven't evaluated it yet.

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I know this thread is almost a year old, but for anyone interested...

 

Recording your screen and audio is now an included feature in the new Quicktime in Snow Leopard.

 

Hope this helps someone!

 

Circuitrider

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