Friday, September 18, 2015

Screencasting

By James L. and Jackson H.
This year we learned about QuickTime Player. It is a great and easy way to make a tutorial or screencasts. You can access QuickTime Player with your Mac, iPad, or iPhone. If you want to use it with your iPad or iPhone you have to use an iPhone  charger and connect it to your Mac. We did our screencastings with our iPads so we needed an iPhone or iPad charger.

Once we opened the Mac, we entered the QuickTime Player software. After we entered it we connected our iPads to the QuickTime Player software. That's why we needed our chargers.

 From there we started our screencasting by clicking the button to start and we could project from our iPads and it would show up on the Mac. From there you can do whatever you want on your iPad and it will show up on your Mac and then you're screencasting! A lot of people did theirs on how to a use an app. Here is one example of a screencasting that Mason and James did on how to set an alarm clock.



1 comment:

  1. James and Jackson,
    Hi! I'm from Ms. Chen's ELA class and I have to say that I really like how you guys inserted the video and included a picture of your screen. It just makes the procedure look so much clearer. It seems like a lot to learn and understand but your post made it seem so easy! I would love to see more of you and your class' posts.

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