Capturing screen shots on a PC

I made this little morsel so the non-graphical people of the world know how to create screen shots for different graphics teams without butchering the original source. Enjoy!


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Cool Ryan, but what I would like to know is how you made such a nifty screencast?

My wife’s been wanting to put together a screencast of her real estate listing presentation.  Any quick pointers or recommended tools?

Posted by Dave Isenhower on 06/19 at 10:06 PM

OMG, a comment! Sorry to get back to it so late. Of course you know I’m gonna say I did it on a mac (VMWARE Fusion emulation). This demo was recorded with SnapzPro and edited with Final Cut Pro - http://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/snapzprox/ My newer stuff has been recorded with Screenflow which to me is a better product for this type of recording. Using FCP to edit a screen cast is a bit overkill. To record the audio I use a Sennheiser headset with a noise reducing microphone so you don’t hear the fans spinning in the background.

Posted by Ryan on 07/07 at 09:52 PM

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