Ron Fredericks writes: Screencasting is an easy way to document your activities on a computer. Its a digital recording of computer screen output, opten containing audio narration.
During a recent poll, I found very few people were aware of screencasting . Watch my online lecture on the subject to learn how to:
- Express your ideas as a screencast on the web,
- Embed them within documentation instead of screenshots mixed with tedious explanations, or
- Use them as visual aids to enhance your next public lecture, as I have done here.
|Introduction to Screencasting: Quicktime Video|
During this 10 minute Quicktime video you will learn:
- How to use screencasting as a fast and clear communication tool,
- The value in working with your local Toastmasters club as a public lecture resource,
- How to use the free and open source screencasting tool called Camstudio.
Lecture secrets: Two examples of Camstudio screencasting are included in this video. One example of a screencast captured using a video camera of an LCD monitor is used in this video.
This online lecture is a recording of my prepared speech presented to the Blue Cube Toastmasters club from the advanced manual Communicating on Television
For those who live near or travel to Sunnyvale, CA – you’re welcome to visit our Toastmasters club with regular meetings held at the LectureMaker LLC video studio conference room: