UPDATE: Recording of this episode is below and posted to YouTube.
UPDATE (3/21/2013): Don’t feel like watching the video? Want more information? Check out this updated post about screen capture for tablets!
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Guest post today from Matt Pierce, host of The Forge.
It’s almost time for the next episode of the TechSmith’s webshow The Forge (episode 18)!
We’ll be live at 2 PM ET (April 19) right here on the Visual Lounge blog and we’ve got two great segments. Can’t watch the show?…don’t worry, we’ve got your back, we record every episode and will post the recording here too. You can always subscribe to our YouTube channel and never miss an episode!
Mentioned in this episode
- Reflection App (Windows & Mac) $14.99 – now renamed Reflector App
We thought this slightly edged out AirServer. AirServer has a better UI overall, but seemed to lag a little more and didn’t offer the framing option, or using airplay with 2 devices.
- AirServer (Mac) $14.99
- Screencast Video Recorder (Android) $3.99
Requires root and Android 2.2+
- AVerTV HD DVR
Card shown during show
- Blackmagic Intensity Pro
Mentioned during the show
- Apple Digital AV Adapter
Shown during show
What you’ll learn in this webcast
Everyone communicates. Teachers, trainers, engineers….we all have to do it. At some point we’ll probably even end up in front of a group of people. So do you go the way of a PowerPoint riddled with bullet points, or try something different?
Cliff Atkinson (@CliffAtkinson), author of Beyond Bullet Points (Microsoft Press, 3rd edition May 2011) stopped by our studios to talk about how focusing on the story you want to tell will make every presentation better. Cliff helps attorneys on high-profile, big-stakes civil cases hone their storytelling and persuasion skills to connect with the jury. If you’ve ever needed to take complex information and make it intelligible and actionable to an audience…this episode is for you!
In addition to talking with Cliff, we are also talking about options for recording iPads, iPhones and Android tablets. We’ve searched the internets to try to find viable options and have a few to share. If you’re interested in learning how to record an application from your mobile device, tune in and we’ll save you from making the same mistakes we made.
Learn more about Cliff Atkinson on his website, www.beyondbulletpoints.com.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Forge or just watch a few back episodes, visit our YouTube channel: ChannelTechsmith.