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    A good screen recorder?
    Does anyone know of a good screen recorder for OS 10.5? A free one?

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    What do you mean by screen recorder?
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    Simms's Avatar
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    Sorry if the term "screen recorder" is incorrect I mean a program that records a movie of your desktop as you work.

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    Thanks peoples! I love screenflow... shame about the price Will have to look elsewhere!

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    Have you had a look at snapz pro x its not free ($20) but a really good app.
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    Simms's Avatar
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    Yeah it looks good, and $20 is much better than $100!

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    Ah? I just downloaded screen flow and it seems to free?

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    yes that is the trial, it has a water mark on the videos you make and correct me if I'me wrong there is a time limit the video?
    "What you know you know, what you don't ant worth knowing!" Me

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    There is no time limit but it does have that watermark ever present. There are plenty of low cost or free applications out there, but I loved Screen Flow so much that I forked over the $80 (educational discount) for it.
    One last push!

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    Back to my old 2.2GHz C2D MB after selling my MBP and wondering what my next Mac will be :)
    Upgrading to SL for US$29, and using Quicktime would be a great option for you too.

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    As 6String mentions, if you're on Snow Leopard, QuickTime X (included) does a fine job of recording the whole screen. It doesn't have all the options of something like Screenflow, but for recording the screen it does the job very well.

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    I used Quicktime to record a video tutorial of how to make custom icons on a Mac. It did a fine job. I'm not sure why you would need anything more.

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    Back to my old 2.2GHz C2D MB after selling my MBP and wondering what my next Mac will be :)
    Quote Originally Posted by VegasGeorge View Post
    I used Quicktime to record a video tutorial of how to make custom icons on a Mac. It did a fine job. I'm not sure why you would need anything more.
    If you still have access to it, perhaps you could post a link for the OP to see it, and anyone else who wants to see it for that matter.

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