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First I would like to say hello to everyone here on this forum as this is my first post here. NOW down to it lol..
My question is i am wanting to make a training vid and I was wondering if anyone out there knew of any program that would capture what I am doing on screen along with audio...? :confused: :confused:
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It really depends how in depth you want to go. Technically speaking imovie should be enough. If you want to have some more control over things, I'd probably get a copy of Adobe Premiere, although as a video editor I despise that software, only because I need a more stable, faster, well designed program like Final Cut Pro 4, which I use now.

But if you just need something simple, again imovie should be good enough.
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First thanks for your time in replying but you misunderstood my question. I have no need of a video editor as i have both premiere and final cut . The question is getting a program that captures what i am doing on screen such as this program for windows <<<<look here >>>>
again thanks for your time
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O, i see what yer saying. No I don't know of any software that's going to capture exactly what yer doing on screen, but if you had a 3chip camera available and adjusted the f-stop to make sure there's no flicker on the screen, then you could film yourself doing it, with a close up on the screen.

But I'm unaware of software that would do that effectively. It's possible there's software that could do it well, but I wonder how good it could run when I'd assume alot of resources are necessary to capture video in general, let alone copy what yer doing in a program that would need its' own resources.

*shrug*
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Looking over that link, I suppose that Camtasia software could be a good buy, the website tour certainly makes it look that way.

I'd look into downloading the demo if I were you. Also, hell if yer making money off of these training videos, I'd prolly buy the software.
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Looking over that link, I suppose that Camtasia software could be a good buy, the website tour certainly makes it look that way.

I'd look into downloading the demo if I were you. Also, hell if yer making money off of these training videos, I'd prolly buy the software.
yea its pretty cool I have it on my pc but it does not work on a mac
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you mean something like Screen Movie Recorder, Screen Record and ScreenTool ?


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I believe this is what you're looking for : http://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/snapzprox/


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