[sf-perl] Presentation Suggestions
garth.webb at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 10:40:45 PST 2011
For screen capture / video, I'd recommend Jing:
Its free, works on Mac and Windows and the images/videos can be loaded
directly to their site returning you a URL you can paste into IM / email,
On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 10:34 AM, Jeffrey Thalhammer <
jeff at imaginative-software.com> wrote:
> On Dec 21, 2011, at 5:41 AM, Paul Makepeace wrote:
> > What do you like about `tree` over Finder screenshots? The latter you
> > can color with labels which could help narrate movement around it
> The Finder screenshots are generally ok -- just looking for fresh ideas.
> The labels are a good suggestion (I don't normally use those).
> The general flow of the presentation is...
> [type command] -> [look at output on console] -> [view resulting
> directory structure]
> And that sequence of slides is repeated several times. I think `tree`
> fits nicely into the console-oriented theme. But I'm not committed to it
> > There are several handy key shortcuts in OS X for very quickly taking
> > screenshots leaving them on the Desktop, e.g. Shift-Cmd-4 (Sys Prefs
> > -> Keyboard -> Keyboard shortcuts)
> That reminds me, I also want to record console sessions as movies and play
> them back in the presentation. I'm sure there is a shortcut key for that
> Or can anyone recommend a screencast capturing tool that they like (I see
> lots of them on Google).
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