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Welcome video for Zoomit Canada, the social bookmarking news website for Canadians and Canadian news.
24 Oct 2008
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After quick intros, the Palm Breeze CAFE team gets into some tech news and demonstrates ZoomIt, a free download. ZoomIt allows you to do screen magnification and annotation very easily. It's great for creating shots for presentations. Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Oct 2009
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Use the zoom feature in a hidden XP program to make your instructional videos alot better. Find out how! *******www.microsoft****/technet/sysinternals/utilities/zoomit.mspx
28 Feb 2007
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If you have watched my previous videos, you probably notice that I usually zoom into my desktop in order to help the text/picture show up better on YouTube. The application that allows me to do this is called ZoomIt. The application works on all Windows Platforms (both 32-Bit + 64-Bit too), and it's available here: *******technet.microsoft****/en-us/sysinternals/bb897434.aspx
14 Nov 2008
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*******camstudio**** and *******camstudio****/forum Watch 10-minute version here: ********www.youtube****/watch?v=E9KJTC402Ng A fairly comprehensive tutorial about how to create a screencast-based video using CamStudio. Please click on "Show More" below to see important links and information. This is a getting-started video on how to use the CamStudio free and open-source screen recording program, version 2.7. It covers video codecs and settings, audio setup, the 2 gigabyte file size limit, using Xvid, and much more crammed into 43 minutes. Here are some more useful links: NOTE: CamStudio is a 32-bit program and as such uses only 32-bit codecs! Voicemeeter - an excellent substitute for Stereo Mix: *******vb-audio.pagesperso-orange.fr/Voicemeeter/ Jawor's Xvid compressor/codec - *******www.digital-digest****/software/download.php?sid=1052&ssid=0&did=14 X.264vfw compressor/codec - *******sourceforge****/projects/x264vfw/ Any-Video-Converter - *******www.any-video-converter****/products/for_video_free/ ZoomIt - *******technet.microsoft****/en-us/sysinternals/bb897434.aspx *******www.youtube****/watch?feature=player_profilepage&v=iOk7dUH3HBQ#t=1476s Sizer - *******www.brianapps****/sizer/ *******www.youtube****/watch?feature=player_profilepage&v=iOk7dUH3HBQ#t=1394s Microsoft C++ 2010 Runtime Libraries 32-bit (for 2.6c AND 2.7) - ********www.microsoft****/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8328 (CamStudio apparently uses the 32-bit version even on 64-bit systems. Thanks to breakanoise!) CamStudio 2.0 Legacy Folder - *******sourceforge****/projects/camstudio/files/legacy/ Microsoft C++ 2008 Runtime Libraries 32-bit (for 2.0 above) - ********www.microsoft****/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5582 Part of the "How to Use CamStudio" Playlist: ********www.youtube****/playlist?list=PLA57A11C0D77BBF9B&feature=plcp For an explanation of PCM versus Microsoft's ADPCM see this article: *******screencasttutorial****/54/pcm-or-microsoft-adpcm-which-is-the-best-audio-for-screencasting-139 See how I use a "Fail-Safe" folder to backup the temp files before saving here: ********www.youtube****/watch?list=PLA57A11C0D77BBF9B&v=cZhM6aBm6yY&feature=player_detailpage#t=124s Legacy Version of CamStudio 2.0 for those having key-polling issues with Minecraft and others: *******sourceforge****/projects/camstudio/files/legacy/ Here is a text-rundown a viewer David shared of his steps for recording system audio: I am running a Windows 7 Ultimate OS on a Gateway DX4300 64-bit desktop PC. My audio device is a built-in Realtek High Definition sound card. What I did to configure the "mic and speakers at the same time" was ... - In CamStudio V2.7, select the "Record audio from Microphone" setting set in the Options menu. - In the Windows Sound Control Panel, select the Playback tab and select Speakers as your Default Device - In the Speaker Properties, Levels tab, adjust levels of speakers and mic (start at 100 and adjust downward if, say, feedback problems occur) - In the Speaker Properties, Advanced tab, select the sample rate (24 bit, 44100 Hz) - In the Windows Sound Control Panel, select the Recording tab and select Stereo Mix as your Default Device, and FrontMic (e.g., for my configuration) as your Default Communications Device - In the FrontMic Properties, Levels tab, adjust levels of mic to 100 and boost to +20.0 dB (again, adjust downward if feedback problems occur) - In the FrontMic Properties, Advanced tab, select the sample rate (2 channel, 16 bit, 44100 Hz) - (Optionally) In the FrontMic Properties, Listen tab, check the Listen to this device checkbox (unless if causes too much echo/feedback) - In the Stereo Mix Properties, Listen tab, Playback through this device dropdown, select eother Default Playback Device, or Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio, for my configuration) - In the Stereo Mix Properties, Levels tab, adjust levels of Stereo Mix to 100 - In the Stereo Mix Properties, Advanced tab, select the sample rate (2 channel, 16 bit, 44100 Hz) There you have it! Cheers!
10 Dec 2014
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