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JoeBall

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Does anyone know how to capture a part or even the whole screen as a movie with sound, then later edit it and burn it to a DVD? I would like to run a power point presentation, talk about it using a microphone, and record the whole production? That way I can send a copy of the DVD to someone else.

The resulting file would be like one produced by a digital camera.

Thanks for any suggestions.

 

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Frank didn't you have a thread here someplace about ppt to mpg software? Maybe Joe can convert the ppt file to a video file and then add the narration to it in VW?

 

Yep, sure did Karri. Boy, you have a great memory Karri !! I use the program all the time and it works great. I usually can edit any PPS the way I want it (add or remove text; add or remove audio etc.) then run the PP2 video program and then add it to a Videowave production and then on to a DVD.

 

Here's a link if anyone is interested.

 

http://www.ppt-to-dvd.com/ppt-to-video-overview.html

 

Frank...

 

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You will have to do some webbing to find anything that isn't a big buck package like Camtasia

 

Never tried it personally, but something like Roxio Video Capture USB tied into the output of the Video Card from the source PC to another PC to capture with???

 

Or even a camcorder that can capture from the Video Card??? (neither of mine accept input)

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Does anyone know how to capture a part or even the whole screen as a movie with sound, then later edit it and burn it to a DVD? I would like to run a power point presentation, talk about it using a microphone, and record the whole production? That way I can send a copy of the DVD to someone else.

The resulting file would be like one produced by a digital camera.

Thanks for any suggestions.

 

Would have to suggest "Camtasia" (as Jim suggested) or maybe Tech Smith's "Snagit" program.

 

Frank...

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