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    Capturing on screen editing

    I'm a Media Studies teacher and want to create a short DVD for my kids to use. Instead of spending each term teaching new students how to edit etc I want to capture an example of the whole editing process from screen in real time and save it to my hard drive or camera, then I intend to put a VO on top to describe what they've seen and what pupils have to do. (Does this all make sense? It will save my rapidly disappearing voice and hopefully allow the students to have an easier learning experience. Any suggestions?

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    Sounds like a very good plan. You need a screen capture utility. This is a simple program that records whatever happens on your screen. There are lots of them available with varying features. Try a Google search for "video screen capture utility".
    Dave Owen
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    Hi,

    You can either utilise a video card with analog video out (ATI AIW, etc) or use an authoring app to capture all mouse movements/dialogs, export to avi/mov, edit and then export to video. Try http://www.debugmode.com/wink/

    peace
    r.

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