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How Does One Make A Video Tutorial?

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I'm the kind of person who jumps hurdles & have taught myself a lot of things that way through my Paint Shop Pro program.

However there is one hurdle I've not been able to jump & that is how I make my computer take a video of a Paint Shop Pro Tutorial?

 

I long to share some of the techniques I've learned.

I hope someone can help me in this.

 

4Note-Sake: I have Windows 7.

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Sorry I cant help - I expect there will be someone who can though.

 

Thx for your post: I am hopeful anyways.

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Excellent question! Alas...I have no idea what the answer might be!! Isn't learning fun?!!?

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Hmmmmm....interesting question! :disappearing-smilie: I don't know the answer either but I'd be willing to bet it won't be long before someone who does know will come along and answer your question for us all!

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You have to have a special software that will record your computer screen and voice. There MIGHT be a free one out there, but as far as I know you have to purchase it. I have never done this and I don't have this type of software, but if I were looking for it, I'd google it. :)

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You will need Screencasting Software. There are a lot of different ones out there. There are several free ones, but they tend to limit what you can do.

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You have to have a special software that will record your computer screen and voice. There MIGHT be a free one out there, but as far as I know you have to purchase it. I have never done this and I don't have this type of software, but if I were looking for it, I'd google it. :)/>/>/>/>

 

I believe most computers are set up with it. I know I had a special program with my iMac: though I didn't know how to access it, let alone work it. Though now I have Windows 7. I've never found out the answer to my question, as I've asked people on You-Tube with no answers: I guess they wanted to keep the secrete to themselves, so as to get more views: I suppose (it eliminates possible competition). I know I can share screen via skype, 'cause I watch movies with a friend in New Hampshire & one of us must share screen in order to do this. Though skype can be pretty slow with sharing the images & freeze up @ times, so it really isn't an ideal set up.

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You will need Screencasting Software. There are a lot of different ones out there. There are several free ones, but they tend to limit what you can do.

 

I really, I will have to look into this.

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I'm subscribed to this link: which will help me see various types & find out which one is ideal for me. If someone knows of which ones are ideal & can tell me now, for PSP Tutorials via Windows 7, please give me your imput. For anyone who wants to look into the same you-tube Screen Casting Comparison: http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_973151&feature=iv&src_vid=RpknT5Kg3tE&v=zcisgteMKxQ

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