I had to do that once and managed to locate a webpage full of
different programs for recording video from the screen. Of course,
they varied in quality. The first one I used turned everything that
was gray to pink. Not good, especially since the imagery I was
recording was primarily in grayscale. The one I ended up using is
called movie grab and is a usable demo. The quality was quite good
but it doesn't do audio.http://eskimonorth.com/~pristine/screen.html
is the page with all the
On 11.4.2006, at 04:40, Jason Nelson wrote:
> Excuse my Ignorance....but
> I've been asked to translate my work to video. And as many of you
> know that cant be done without losing the essence of the work
> (interaction). But these are the demands so...
> Does anyone know of a good program to use that will record my
> playing with the work
> on the screen and then translate that to a video format?
> I have used some homemade type programs before, but they are always
> buggy and
> I can of course film the screen via external camera, but a more
> direct approach would
> be nice.
> excuse my ignorance again,
> Jason Nelson
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