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[HELP] Video lessons recording

New Here ,
Feb 08, 2011 Feb 08, 2011

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Hi,

I'm following lessons via Adobe Connect Pro on Mac OS Snow Leopard.

How can I record the lessons? I wanna do that in order to convert and transfer them on an iPad to view them later.

I tried to grab lessons with Quicktime, but I get video only, no audio.

Any hint? Which software should I use?

Thanks a lot.

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Feb 08, 2011 Feb 08, 2011

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I might need more information to more fully answer your question.

What site are you watching the training from? Internal or external?

If the site is internal to your company/agency, the host of the meeting who recorded the session from Adobe Connect has the option to go into their Adobe Connect Central and make the course available for offline use. Once they do that you then can download it from their Adobe Central page. However, those courses are created in Adobe Flash format and so you cannot watch local Adobe Flash content on the iPad because Apple has forbidden Adobe Flash player from being installed in iOS at this time.  If Apple changes their stance on that, then you would be fine.

You do have the option though of using a screen capture software such as Snaps Pro found here: http://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/snapzprox/.  You have the option of recording everything such as video and sound to one file which is Quicktime.  That can be played on the iPad once you transfer it to the device.

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New Here ,
Feb 09, 2011 Feb 09, 2011

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Hi,

I'm attending a law class via an e-learning course provided by a governative organization.

As you suggested, I tried screen capture using Quicktime, but I got only video, no audio.

I'll try using the software you suggested, and let you know.

For now, thanks a lot.

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I figured out why Quicktime was not working for you.

See the attached picture of the Quicktime recording movie screen.  You

have to click that tiny arrow to reveal the recording settings.  You have

to choose the microphone to record sound and you have to make sure your

speakers/sound is turned up.  Once I did that screen recording worked

great. That will save you some money I hope so no need to by Snapz.

Heyward

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