Given the recent push to get Squeak video tutorials available, I decided to have a go myself. I took as my starting point my post from a few months back, intended to act as a quick introduction to developers coming to Squeak for the first time.
My first problem was to find a good screen capture utility. Unfortunately, Wink isn't available for OS X, but a bit of searching uncovered Snapz Pro X. Despite the terrible name, it's a very nice piece of software that makes recording video and screenshots very easy. It comes with a 14-day fully-functional trial, so if I get a taste for this, I may end up having to cough up the $69 soon. If anyone knows of other software I could use, please let me know.
You can view the video at vimeo.com, or find it in the new Squeak Smalltalk group that Randal Schwartz has set up. Have a look at the video and let me know what you think: too fast, too slow, too much like Ricky Gervais, whatever.
You can use Copernicus (free). Works for me.
Thanks for the recommendation, but when I checked out Copernicus I found that it doesn't record sound. Is there a way of dubbing a soundtrack onto your video after it has been created?
Well, I used it only one time. The thing I did, was record the video, thinking on add audio later from iMovie, and the result, isn't too bad.
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