I make a lot of videos. Videos for my students, for parents, for teachers in my school and, of course, videos for you. Over 1000 videos in the last 3 years. That’s about a video a day!
To make all of these videos I use a fantastic program called screencastomatic.
Screencastomatic will capture video in a variety of ways. It will capture whatever is happening on your computer screen, your webcam, or both. I also use screencastomatic with my document camera as well as with my lightboard. It’s the only video capture software I use. It’s that good.
I’m trying something a little bit different with this week’s Tech Tip Tuesday. A “Novice to Expert” flowchart. Just follow the path that suits you and in no time you’ll be up and running, making all your own videos. If you’re already using screencastomatic, send the flowchart to your colleagues to get them up and running!
Already using the free version of screencastomatic? Then I strongly suggest spending the $15 for a yearly subscription. If you’d like to see why, go straight to the bottom of the flowchart and watch the last video. The editing features in the pro version are fantastic and you’ll wonder how you lived without them.