How To Make A Screencast - Guide Lines of...
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Guide Lines of making a screencast
1. Know what you want to present
First and foremost, You'll need to have an idea about what you'll present, and you'll need to figure out which platform to use. Knowing your purposes of making a screecast is the first to come.
2. Make it real
Always to make a screencast in real and substantial scene. For example, it is for software demonstration or a network monitor, then work with the software or live network.
Of course , for reasons of logistics or security, this isn't always possible. But the more real we can make it, the better.
3. Interactivity is important
Interactivity engages viewers through the demo. If your screecast is just screen by screen, your viewers will leave soon. You can and I’d argue you should record narration or insert background music to the screencast. Usually, some screencasting tools like DemoCreator enable you to add some visual aids to the captured screens like callouts, shapes, annotation buttons and animated images. Note that when a screencast is interactive it will engage the viewers in a conversation that steers it into unexpected areas.
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