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Paul Andersen shows you how to use Screenflow, Keynote, and Omnidazzle to make an educational screencast.
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There is a FREE screen recording tool in the Sophia.org website. It also gives you the opportunity to add descriptions and build worksheets around the whole lesson. Check out some introductory lessons for teachers! Adding a screen recording is as simple as hitting record and up pops the screencast-o-matic app. Enjoy
I have an awesome Bamboo capture.
I want to first state that I have done absolutely nothing with screen casting at all, but I am trying to learn how to get started. I have watched Paul's video that shows using keynote, screen flow, omnidazzle, a tablet, and a samson go mic. I like the idea of having slides to organize the content, and be able to have a small screen with my image explaining what I am doing next to my image.
I have watched another video 3 times now, and I understand how to make my ipad a tablet using log me in ignition.
So, if I have a mac, and iPad, the samson go mic, the jot pro stylus, then what apps/software do I need that will work well and not cost me a fortune:)
I have read so many blogs, and have a list of 20+ apps/software, that I am now totally confused:(
Great basic information concerning equipment and software required for screencasts. I have seen many instructional videos, but seldom explaining the creative process in less than 10 minutes. With this info I can begin to install the basic equipment and practice immediately. Thank you. Love the tips about limiting time and use of face exposure, which become really useful at attracting viewership and followers.
I LOVE it.. I have used Screencast - o - Matic (free!) to capture my work in the past and that software will convert your video to YouTube format for you or you can save it in their format. I like the idea of using a powerpoint type software to go through the presentation. I will also be purchasing a Wacom Bamboo tablet (got one for my son whose in art school.. the things are amazing) to do the scribing. I only did a couple of trial vodcasts last year (6th graders don't get gadgets til Christmas), but will try to use it more this school year.
I looked up the Wacom Bamboo that he was using, but it doesn't look quite the same. I need it to go with Mac. I saw that Amazon has them for $62.
This is great information as I start to think about creating my own screencasts - which tablet is Mr. Andersen using? - it looks like a Wacom product but what is the model or style? Thanks
Try Cam Studio. Free, public domain software with many of the features of Camtasia Studio.
Thank you SO much for the video!!
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