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Versaboss03/11/2019 23:47:30
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On 3/11/2019 08:24:34, in thread "Learning CAD with Alibre Atom3D", JasonB inserted an interesting video. We see what I think is the Alibre window on his computer, and the actions he performed are shown with a large mouse pointer in a yellow circle. I suppose that is not the standard Alibre pointer (or is it? ).

I hope that inserting that video here works, if not - sorry. 
Ok, I see the link, but I hoped for more...

https://youtu.be/KBZ8ElBzLzU

 

 

What I would like to know is how such a video is done. A couple of days ago I learned that something like that van be done with the well-known media player VLC. Unfortunately when I tried that the mouse pointer was not visible in the video, and so it is not suitable for demonstrating something to a viewer.

So, Mr. JasonB, can you tell me how did you produced that video?

Kind regards,
Hans

Edited By Versaboss on 03/11/2019 23:49:59

Edited By Versaboss on 03/11/2019 23:51:04

Pete Rimmer04/11/2019 00:16:52
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It says in the description right under the video:

Recorded with https://screencast-o-matic.com

Edited By Pete Rimmer on 04/11/2019 00:17:45

JasonB04/11/2019 06:55:24
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What Peter says and also in the lower left of the video itself.

Free, easy to use and it does all the uploading for you at the end.

Edited By JasonB on 04/11/2019 07:32:56

Versaboss04/11/2019 15:44:32
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Many thanks Pete and Jason, I did not pay attention to this. To my excuse: it is almost unreadable on my display.

I will check out this program and hope I can use it also.

Kind regards,
Hans

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