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I wish to convert a Bannerzest animation into a movie. It seems that screencasting would be the simplest method. I don't have Snow Leopard and the latest Quicktime, would anyone be able to recommend the best free screencasting outfit?

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(should have asked this here - sorry) I wish to convert a Bannerzest animation into a movie. It seems that screencasting would be the simplest method. I don't have Snow Leopard and the latest Quicktime, would anyone be able to recommend the best free screencasting outfit?

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To an extent I have solved this problem by using Pulpmotion Advanced. Animations can be exported to iMovie.

But I still prefer a couple of Bannerzest's themes to Pulpmotion, as Pulpmotion's themes are highly stylized, which makes creating my own 'look' more difficult.

So has anyone got any advice on free screencasting?

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