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TECHTUESDAYwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/ScreenFlowTechnology Tuesdays:ScreenFlow Version 2.01Last Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011James Moore 1 East Jackson Blvd Chicago, IL 60604 T +1 (312) 362-5701 F +1 (312) 362-5066 [email protected] http://www.depaul.edu/~jmoore/Table of ContentsIntroduction! 3Contact Information! 4ScreenFlow Screencasting! 5ScreenFlow Alternatives! 5Recording A Presentation - Using An External Monitor! 6Recording With Keynote (External Monitor)! 7Recording With PowerPoint (External Monitor)! 10Recording A Presentation - Single Screen! 13Recording With Keynote! 13Recording With PowerPoint! 15Editing Your Recording! 17Exporting Your Recording! 20Exporting to QuickTime MOV! 20Exporting to M4V/iPod! 21Upload to iTunes U! 22Recording in the Classroom! 24Recording, Editing and Distribution! 25Pencasting! 27Livescribe Echo! 27Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 1 of 32Papershow! 28Hardware and Software! 29Software! 29Hardware! 30Credits! 32Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 2 of 32IntroductionI have updated these Technology Tuesdays handouts to include content from other presentation and documentation I have created on vodcasting, pencasting and screen recording. Some of the material shared here can also be found in:Barefoot Vodcastingwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/barefoot/ Guerilla Lecture Capturewww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/guerilla/ Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 3 of 32Contact InformationJames Moore is the Director of Online Learning for DePaul University’s College of Commerce. He teaches Internet Marketing classes in fully online, blended and face-to-face formats. He attempts to balance his love of technology and gadgets with the knowledge that quick and simple solutions are best. Unfortunately, creating quick and simple solutions often involves a long and complex process.Contact DetailsContact DetailsOffice: DPC 6317 (6th floor of the DePaul Center, 1 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604 )Telephone: +1 (312) 362-5701e-mail: [email protected]: http://twitter.com/mkt595Twitter: http://twitter.com/P_I_Marketing Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 4 of 32ScreenFlow ScreencastingScreenFlow is a screencasting tool that captures live desktop video, microphone and computer audio, and video camera input (internal or external) and then allows for editing after you have finished recording. There are other similar products out there in the marketplace, but I have found ScreenFlow to be the best option for these reasons:1. Affordable price. ScreenFlow has a “street” price of $99, and is available with a 10% educational discount.2. Quick and easy recording. Unlike competing applications, ScreenFlow does not need to encode video immediately after recording.3. Sophisticated editing. ScreenFlows editing options include zoom, panning, callouts, overlays and titling. Everything that I might need is there.ScreenFlow runs only on OS X Leopard and above. You can download and purchase ScreenFlow from:http://www.telestream.net/screen-flow/overview.htm ScreenFlow Alternatives•Camtasia for Machttp://www.techsmith.com/camtasia/ •iShowU HDhttp://store.shinywhitebox.com •Screen Mimichttp://www.decimus.net •Snapz Pro Xhttp://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/snapzprox/ Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 5 of 32Recording A Presentation - Using An External MonitorSecondary Monitor (Keynote)Primary Monitor (Keynote)Secondary Monitor (PowerPoint)Primary Monitor (PowerPoint)Ideally, you should record all presentations with a secondary monitor connected to your laptop or desktop computer. This way you can record what is presented on the secondary monitor, but use the primary monitor as your workspace. The advantage of this approach is that you can read “hidden” notes in your presentations and preview upcoming slides as you record your video.Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 6 of 32Recording With Keynote (External Monitor)1. Open System Preferences.2. Click on Displays.3. On the window that represents the secondary display, change the Resolutions values to 1280 x 960.4. Click on the Color LCD window.5. Click on Arrangement.6. Uncheck Mirror Displays .7. Close System Preferences.8. Open your Keynote presentation.9. Click on Preferences.10. Click on Slideshow and enable these settings:•Scales slides up to fit display.•Exit presentation after last slide.•Reduce Cube transitions to avoid clipping.•Reduce Flip transitions to avoid clipping.•Show pointer when the mouse moves.•Show playback controls when pointer is over a movie.•Present on secondary display.Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 7 of 328. Click on Presenter Display and enable these settings:•Use alternate display to view presenter information.•Show: Current Slide.•Build markers.•Show: Next Slide.•Show: Notes.•Show: Clock.•Show: Timer.•Elapsed Time.9. Close Preferences.10. Open ScreenFlow.11. Open Preferences and enable these settings:•Show ScreenFlow options in menu bar.•Countdown for 5 secs before recording.12. Close Preferences.13. Click on File / New Recording. 14. In the ScreenFlow window enable these settings:•Record Desktop from: <secondary display>•Record Video from: Built-in iSight•Record Audio from: <external microphone>•Record Computer Audio15.Position the laptop so your face is appropriately framed in the preview window.16.Then click on the red Record buttonTechnology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 8 of 3217. Wait for the countdown timer to finish.18. Return to your Keynote presentation and click Play.19. Make your presentation as normal." Tips•Speak clearly and precisely.•Ensure that you are in a quiet environment.•Enjoy the experience!17.When you are finished presenting click on the ScreenFlow icon in the menu bar and select Stop Record. (NOTE: you can also press ⇧⌘2 )18. Your ScreenFlow recording will appear after you stop recording. Click on File / Save As and save the recording into an appropriate place." Tips•Save your recording into a new directory. Keep associated files (presentation, video, etc.) in the same directory.•ScreenFlow does not autosave. Remember to save your file periodically.•Create a title slide for the first and last pages of your presentation.Technology Tuesdays: Screenflowwww.depaul.edu/~jmoore/!Page 9 of 32Recording With


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