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    Programs and methods used to create tutorials.

    I currently use Autodesk Screencast for my tutorials on projects i run with my students. I create them with a simple headpiece/ microphone setup which delivers an average quality sound suitable for the application. The Screencast actually is quite good as it shows tools used along the timeline.
    What i want to find out is what sort of programs are used for recording tutorials and what sort of audio capture is used for these more professional tutorials like on Lynda.com.
    Any ideas?
    Motorbike riding is one long bezier curve

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    Jing is free but has very limited options - basically record, save or share. It is also limited in duration to a couple minutes.
    Camtasia is pretty common. It has some editing capabilities built-in and as far as I know does not have any time limitations.
    Snag-It is the same base capture utility as Camtasia but doesn't have all of the editing tools. (note: all three of those are made by the same company)

    You could also use any of the above or another screen capture utility and edit in Adobe Premiere or similar. Adobe makes a program for screen capture but it isn't included in the CC Suite :banghead:
    Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


    chad
    BEER: Better, Efficient, Elegant, Repeatable.

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      Thanks chad.
      Motorbike riding is one long bezier curve

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