Ever needed Skitch but on Android? DU recorder is an all round utility and allows you to capture and annotate screenshots form your Android phone. Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Advertisements
Sometimes you want to demo something from your phone to a wider audience, maybe at a presentation or a demonstration. You may want to do it live or just to record something from your phone to put in a presentation. Vysor is a app in the chrome browser that allows you to do just that… Continue reading #438 Vysor: To view your phone screen on a PC or Mac
A shorty but a goody…….. Years and years ago I dreamed of a time when you could just record a demo on your iPhone and send it to someone. No wires no bridging apps….no hacks or jailbreaks……and now you can…..I’m so happy I could actually smile. It’s taken me 3 months to calm down….. … Continue reading #371 OMG: It’s finally here!!!!!!!
In this second and final video we take you through the simple steps of editing your Kaltura CaptureSpace recording. We’ll also show you how to add titles and credits. If you missed the first video about how to capture content click here Featured image “Gideon_Ucko_Producing_Educational_Films.jpg” by Fritz Cohen (Wikimedia Commons) is licensed under CC BY-SA… Continue reading #327 Kaltura CaptureSpace [2/2]: Editing
Want to record content from lectures, or want to prepare content for use in a lecture? Kaltura Capture Space is used at Manchester Met and allows you to record lecture content. One example is recording PowerPoint with voice. This first video shows you how to log in and select the appropriate tool. You may need… Continue reading #323 Kaltura CaptureSpace [1/2]: Recording Lecture / Screen Content
This free iOS app for iPads allows you to create dynamic video lessons so that you can explain and demonstrate important concepts. You can use it as an interactive whiteboard and record your screen and voice easily. Featured Image “Screencasting” by Colin McAllister-Gibson is licenced under CC-BY-2.0
Recording screencasts using your device couldn’t be more simple using Quicktime. This video takes you through the full process in less than one minute. Featured image: “Screencasting” by Colin McAllister-Gibson is licenced under CC BY 2.0