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1. Component video capture device (i already have a composite i need a component).
2. A software that allows me to record video and sound of my computer screen (like if i make a guide on how to do this and that i can record w/e i do on my computer screen)

I want to see if any exist for MAC (or windows), the names, and possible price range.

Sorry if this is in the wrong section and TYVM for your help.
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Dunno about 1

But 2 is built into Snow leopard, Quicktime X allows you to do screen recordings

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Dunno about 1

But 2 is built into Snow leopard, Quicktime X allows you to do screen recordings
There was an issue.

It did not record sound and the only way i could record any sound was to use a microphone and it kept picking up some weird sound like a whistling, chirping echo-y thing...

And i use my microphone with iMovie a lot and it never did it before so i assume it's an error with quicktime
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1: Blackmagic Design: Video Recorder Tech Specs

2: Search this forum for screen capture. There are several good ones.

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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#2 Jing is a great App for Screen Capture with Audio . . . I like this one alot and is so very simple to use as well

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Here is a list of screen capture apps I maintain for my self.


FREE: OS X 10.6: QuickTime screen capture built in.
ScreenFlow - $99: Screencasting Software - ScreenFlow Overview - Telestream
Camtasia - $99 (or that was a special down from $149): TechSmith | Camtasia Screen Recorder Software, Home
iShowU - $30/$60: Products
Screenium - $29: Synium - Screenium
Screenflick - $29: Araelium Group : Screenflick - Screen Recording / Capture
Jing - free/$15: TechSmith | Jing, instant screenshots and screencasts, home
Snapz Pro X - $69: Snapz Pro X | Ambrosia Software, Inc. (Crusty old OS 9 based software. Video capture limited to startup disk. Limited codec save options. Can capture partial screen. Stalls logins.)

Others I haven't heard of. They need to make a name for them selfs:
ScreenRecord - $16: Mien Software
Screen Movie Recorder - 10: AlphaOmega Software
Screen Mimic - $65: Screen Mimic: Screen recording with native Flash export for the Mac
CaptureIt! - $30: Deep Informational Technologies
Voila Mac Screen Capture - $30: Voila 3.0.1 - Screen Capture Software for Mac | Mac Web Capture | Image Editing Tool
CaptureMe- FREE: Capture Me - Screen Capture Software for Mac OS X
macVCR - 5.99 :macVCR Macintosh OSX Screen Recording
Screenography - $10/$40 :Vertical Moon | Take Screen and Movie Captures

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

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Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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