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Further Investigations Into Free Screencast Software

Further Investigations Into Free Screencast Software

Beth Kanter has got me thinking more about screencasting since I wrote my post on Quick Tips for Improving Screencasts because Beth loves Jing while I have mixed feelings. As Beth is way more experienced at screencasting, and my background is scientific research (yes I have kept that quiet), the only option was to investigate Jing deeper. The Jing Project by TechSmith is currently allowing people free use of Jing and their web-hosting service screencast.com to capture images (and add…

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My Everyday Tools

My Everyday Tools

In the last couple of days I have noticed people blogging on tools that I have been using for quite awhile – I assumed that everyone knew about them – wrong assumption. So I thought today I would post about tools that I use all the time: 1. SnagIt Don’t care that it costs money – was worth every cent – they let you download and trial this software for a month – give it a go. Thanks Evil Sue…

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Image editing software

Image editing software

After reading the latest blogs I thought it was time to read some articles from my technology news feeds; one of which is PCWorld.com “Most popular downloads of the week”. Dare I say it; Google Picasa is one of the top ten downloads for the week. While I had read an article posted by Phillip Nichols on “How to do simple graphics editing with Picasa” back in February I had not got around to giving it a go. So when…

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How I create my screen capture “how to” tips

How I create my screen capture “how to” tips

I know that one thing that some people like about my Mobile Technology in TAFE wiki is the pictures that explain “how to do” a particular step when using a software application. People from other countries have even asked if they can use them. If you want to make your own pictures, quick and easily, then I suggest you give the program I use a try. SnagIt allows me to take Screen captures, edit the pictures, add notes, call outs…

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