HOW TO SCREEN CAPTURE

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HOW TO SCREEN CAPTURE
YOUR MAC or PC
by Mr. Techie
My personal System
Sony Vaio
• 17” laptop
• Dual Core i5 Processors (basically 4
processors- hyper threading)
• 8 gigabytes of ram
My dream System
What do I need?
• You do not need the latest & greatest computer!
• The good thing is that you most likely already
have it.
Using what we have on our
computer
Two of the most common things we want to do,
is to;
1. Do screen grabs to show examples.
2. And to create screen recordings.
1. A screen cast (or recording) is where the
computer records everything on the screen,
including mouse motion and clicks.
Using what we have on our
computer
• Both Mac & PC have tools built in to do screen
grabs.
• Only the Mac has a built in screen recorder.
• For the PC you’ll need to download additional
software.
Using what we have on the Mac
Command-Shift-4, then select an area: Takes a screenshot of an
area you define and saves it as a .png file on the desktop.
Using what we have on the Mac
Our results
from defining
a single area.
Using what we have on the Mac
Command-Shift-3: Take a screenshot of the screen, and save it as
a file on the desktop.
Using what we have on the Mac
• Of course there are multiple ways to do screen
grabs on the Mac. I have a list of resources at
the end of this presentation as well as on the
Tech Tip Blog.
Using what we have on the PC
There are two ways to do screen grabs within
the Microsoft operating system.
Using what we have on the PC
1. Simply press the
“PrtScr or Print
Screen” key on
your keyboard.
2. This pastes it
temporarily into
your computers
buffer.
Using what we have on the PC
Next open Microsoft Paint;
Start>Accessories>Paint
This screen shot is with windows 7
Using what we have on the PC
You have two options;
1. Simply click on the
paste icon.
2. Or use the keyboard
shortcut crtl+v
Using what we have on the PC
1. Then go to the
drop down menu
2. Highlight Save as
3. Select the format
you want to save
Using what we have on the PC
1. Type in a
name
2. Click on
save
Using what we have on the PC
Another tool PC users have is the snipping
tool!
Using what we have on the PC
Demo Snipping tool
Other PC Tools
PowerPoint 2010 has a Screenshot tool
on the Insert tab
Other PC Tools
OneNote 2010 has a Screenshot tool
on the Insert tab
NOTE: the Record video button records video
from your web camera
Other PC Tools
MS Outlook 2010 has a Screenshot tool on
the Insert tab when creating a new message
(PC only)
Other PC Tools
MS Word 2010 has a Screenshot tool
on the Insert tab
One last thing for both PC & Mac
Techsmith
Current prices
as of /20/2013
Web Resources
WARNING I HAVE NOT TRIED ANY OF THESE!!
SCREENR
screencast-o-matic
present.me
Google App store
I Lied, one more thing
Introducing Stephen Ashby to give a quick
look at the new Mediasite desktop screen
recording application
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MAC RESOURCES
• Screen shots for mac
– http://guides.macrumors.com/Taking_Screenshots_in_Mac_OS_X
– http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac/#capturescreen
– http://www.wikihow.com/Take-a-Screenshot-in-Mac-OS-X
• Screen recording for mac
– http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4024
– http://youtu.be/2qkHq4gDnE4
PC RESOURCES
• Screen shots for PC
– http://www.wikihow.com/Take-a-Screenshot-in-Microsoft-Windows
– http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/use-snipping-tool-tocapture-screen-shots
• Screen recorder for PC
– Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 (free)
http://www.microsoft.com/enus/download/details.aspx?id=10732
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