Screencasting on the Mac - Screenflow 2 vs Camtasia:mac - The Di Screenflow 2.0 came out earlier this week, so I now have production copies of it and Camtasia:mac. I hadn't planned to do a head-to-head, but the opportunity arose today, so I took it. Below you'll find copies of the same screencast I did to introduce Summon to our community. The first was done in Screenflow, the second in Camtasia:mac.
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Screen Sharing Tools and Technology: A Mini-Guide - Online Colla What is Screen Sharing? Screen sharing is generally understood as the technologically-empowered ability to transmit the contents of your computer screen to one or more remotely connected Internet users. Photo credit: Screen Stream
Version 1.7 After three years and nearly 1 million downloads it is time for the team to move on to other projects. The great news is that instead of shutting down or abandoning ThumbStrips we are going to hand it over to you – our passionate users – to create the future. If you are interested in taking a lead role in the open source effort please email us at email@example.com or head on over to the project page at SourceForge.net - http://sourceforge.net/projects/thumbstrips/ - to become a project admin. Thumbstrips