Screen Capturing your Mac Computer
Using the Ensemble Media Server
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This page has several tips and tricks on how to record yourself for videos you produce.
If you are on a mac, you can use quicktime to record yourself for a video lecture. View instructions how to record yourself with Quicktime.
If you are on a mac, you can use quicktime to record a video lecture presenting. View how to record yourself with quicktime and powerpoint.
To trim a QuickTime video clip, open the video file in the QuickTime Player application. Go to Edit/Trim in QuickTime Player. Drag the yellow sliders to where you want to start and stop the movie. Save the edited movie.
To record your Mac’s video display: Go to the QuickTime Player application.Choose File/New Screen Recording. If you want to record audio (such as a voiceover) while you’re recording your screen, click on the small icon next to the record button, … finish reading Recording a Video of Your Mac Screen Using Quicktime
This technique can be helpful when needing to record a video of your screen for educational purposes when media is being played back on a browser. To record your Mac’s Screen with both audio and video: Install loopback audio (free … finish reading Recording Your Mac’s Video Screen with Audio
You may need to take a screen capture (or screenshot or grab; different terms, same idea) of your Apple’s desktop or laptop’s screen. Apple has got a screenshot page that lists this info. Here’s the two most basic and commonly-used … finish reading Screen Capturing your Mac Computer Screen
There are many ways and techniques to tell a story visually, even if your subject may be a bit difficult to present visually. Here are a few samples that show how some people have creatively put together projects using a … finish reading Multimedia Examples
First round(s) of editing Give a brief statement on the project. Questions to ask yourself: What is the topic of the project? Can it be explained in 1-3 sentences? Is there a time limit to the project? If so, time … finish reading The Editing Process