Monday, 12 September 2011


I have used wink, camtasia, captivate and articulate to generate flash / pod cast type content for the library web site over the past few years. All of these programs record screen activity as frames which can be edited. However when I imported a jing file that I created into Camtasia it was not split into seperate frames but kept as one video piece in .avi format. While the software works to record screen activity it has to be well planned out and executed as the editing options are not great, in fact wink - a much older but free product seems to be more flexible on the editing side even if the interface is a little clinky.

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