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    PHoMAC
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    Question Desktop Recording
    Hi all.

    I'm running OS X Ver 10.3.9 on a power pc 1GHZ processor with 1.12GB DDR SDRAM on my iBook.

    Thing is, you know when you get all these video tutorials that shouw you how to use a certain program, for instance Photoshop. I would like o know what software is used for doing that. I tried to google it but most of the apps that get displayed are all windows apps.

    If anyone has an idea on the isssue please post it here so we can all reap the benifits of your knowledge.

    Thanks PhomaC

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    Now a days, lot of video tutorials are made using Flash. If you have a flash player installed they should work. Perhaps there are many other formats, but this is the one I know.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screenc..._Mac_OS_X_only

    This page lists a few programs for creating screencasts. (I think that is what you wanted)

    If you create some, don't forget to share them here, I would love to see them. I have considered getting into it.

    bone

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    PHoMAC
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    Ok i have FLASH MX, you say it has a recording app built in then?

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    Couple of days ago I've got a DVD on Photoshop CS2. As far as I know, it has a built in Flash player, so that you can browse from one frame to the other quite easily. It is somehow more flexible than running on QT or similar media(more interactive). If yours is something similar, you don't need anything else to run the tutorial.

    However, there must be some information about the system requirements on the DVD cover or on their website. May be that's the best way to find out what you need.

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    PHoMAC
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    Ok thanks for all the help peeps. I looked at some of the options that were posted by boneheadz. The majority of those apps were windows apps. I have found an App for the mac called "snapz pro X" it oes however cost $69 a pretty penny.

    http://secure.ambrosiasw.com/cgi-bin...item=spx2.html

    Thanks anyway

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