I need an external mic or webcam that will work with my aging MacBook Pro in order to tutor via Skype and to create recordings of my screen for video tutorials. I can't use the built-in mic because I want to do all of this with the laptop shut and hooked up to a Cinema Display. [more inside]
I’m trying to get Adobe Photoshop CS3 on Snow Leopard to show me the colors I expect. I’m using it to do some basic color selection, which will ultimately be pasted into a Python script that generates data graphics for use on the web. Part of my workflow involves screen captures from a browser that get round-tripped through Photoshop and into code, so I need basic RGB hex values to stay consistent through the process. [more inside]
I need to take regular full-screen screenshots of around 12 different webpages that all have similarly formatted URLs. Is there software that makes this easy, and preferably automates it? [more inside]
Cheap screencast app with simultaneous webcam and audio recording for OSX? A few more catches, too... [more inside]
Precisely editing videos of non-standard pixel dimensions on a Mac? [more inside]
Screenshot archiving service suggestions wanted. Need a solution to capture and archive website screenshots online to compare year over year. [more inside]
Looking for a screen magnifier for OSX. [more inside]
I would love to get a good quality image of the "England in Roo-ins" newspaper that appears at approximately the 1:09 mark in the Nike "Write the Future" ad. My goal is to take the image, print it onto an iron-on, and make myself a t-shirt for Saturday. Anyone have any tips? Thanks!
Free screencapture program similar to Jing but with more editing features? [more inside]
I'm interested in making an introductory/tour video of my website, primarily using screen capture and voice over. I'm looking for quality examples of these types of videos and/or tips and other advice. [more inside]
How to capture webpage with embedded video? [more inside]
Is this picture of Zachary Quinto a screencap from an episode of Heroes? If so, which episode? If not, where is it from and can I download/buy a better version? I don't remember where I found the picture.
How can I convert the WebEx recording format called ARF into something I can actually use? [more inside]
Trying to save Videogame screen captures under Windows XP. They're supposed to look like this, but they wind up looking like this(Color pallete wrong). What am I doing wrong? [more inside]
Taking text notes with incorporated image thumbnails: there's gotta be an application that does exactly what I need. [more inside]
Camstudio SWF Movie Producer takes my .avi and converts it without error to an .swf... but it it plays back the Flash movie waaaaaaay too slow - even if I alter the fps before I render the .avi. Help! [more inside]
Best utility for taking screen captures (of user-defined areas, not just of active windows) on WinXP. [more inside]
Can you recommend a free/shareware application for saving .jpgs of the active window with a hotkey? No nags/spyware preferred. [more inside]
I am looking for software (that preferably doesn't cost anything) to record some screen movies on Mac OS 9 platform. I know Mac OS 9 was used just after the second ice age, however, we still use it in our lab and I am trying to find a way to record a visual stimulus (something cute that is moving on the screen) as a quicktime or avi (or whatever easy to convert) file to use it in a presentation on Mac OS X. I am looking for something similar to Snapz Pro for Mac OS 9. [more inside]
How do I break down a video file (or preferably, a segment of a video) into separate frames? [more inside]
Is there any freeware that will allow me to schedule screen captures? [more inside]
Is there a way to save my Imagination at work sketch? Not that I don't trust GE to save my artwork for all time, but I don't. [mi]
We are in need of an application which will allow us to advance a Digital Video Disk to specific intervals (0:00:00) for the purpose of screen capture. [more inside]
When making software user instruction booklets for the Windows-based Compleat Idiot, in which you want to include screen captures of absolutely everything the user sees, is there a way to do screen caps of things like popup tool tips, right-click context menus and so forth that close automatically the instant you press a key? Can you do it without installing an additional screen-capture utility? If you have to have an additional utility, what's a good (= lightweight and cheap) one? I don't need any special features except one, what-I-see-goes-to-clipboard.