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    Question Recording Screen Moves

    Hello All.
    Does anyone know a decent program to record my navigation around the screen?
    I want to set up several 'tips and tricks' to show cad users within my company on our Intranet.

    Thanks in advance.

    J17

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    Default Re: Recording Screen Moves

    Camtasia is generally considered the de-facto standard for this.... available at http://www.techsmith.com
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    Default Re: Recording Screen Moves

    Quote Originally Posted by J17 View Post
    Hello All.
    Does anyone know a decent program to record my navigation around the screen?
    I want to set up several 'tips and tricks' to show cad users within my company on our Intranet.

    Thanks in advance.

    J17
    For an open source alternative you can try http://camstudio.org/

    I suspect it isn't as capable as Camtasia, but pretty good for open source.

    Mike

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    Default Re: Recording Screen Moves

    Awesome. I was looking for something for the same reasons that J17 has. This is sweet. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Recording Screen Moves

    A few weeks ago, "Project Chronicle" came of age and has gone live after being after spending time in the Autodesk Labs area.

    What is Project Chronicle, you say - well its an extremely useful tool that allows users to easily capture, share and learn from software workflows. It allows users to to record and capture information from within Autodesk software thereby creating excitedly useful and interactive video tutorials.

    Check out the Project Chronicles website for some great videos already uploaded...
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    Default Re: Recording Screen Moves

    response from the website is:

    Your browser doesn't support video.
    Please upgrade your browser to Internet Explorer 9+, Google Chrome 11+, or Firefox 4+


    seems like a fairly badly broken concept all around, since the overwhelming majority of corporate employees have no ability to change or choose their browser, and are stuck with whatever version of IE corporate IT has standardized on.

    beside the point that firefox is at 16.0.2, 4.0 was a _long_long_time ago.
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