in M ac OSX    ens hott ingScre
Ways to capture images and video:            Whole Screenshots            Partial Screenshots            Whole & Partial S...
Teachers:Have the student follow along        Slide by slide
Take a screenshot ofthe screen, and it       THE ENTIRE DESKTOPsaves as a file on thedesktop
Just drag a square aroundwhat you want a shot of.
Command-Shift-4: Takea screenshot of the        A Portion of the Desktopscreen, and save it as afile on the desktop
They go to the desktop andare sorted by date/time
Command-Control-Shift-4?: Take ascreenshot of the screen, and it’sready to paste!A Portion of the Desktop - Ready to PASTE...
Why Command-Control-Shift-4?No download! Just paste in any app       Less clicks=More Speed
Open up Keynote
Be a right-clickaControl+click on an image on the web
In Keynote oranother program  Hit paste     or Command - V
This all means    LESS CLICKING!
Can I do this in GoogleDocs and Presentations?          No     Not really, but     there is a trick
To add pics quickly  to a Google Doc,Preso or Google Map  or most any Wiki     or webpage
Insert graphic
No!
YES!
Copy Image Address       OR Copy Image URL              This is the URL of the actual picture!
Paste
Fast PixLess Clicks
Look in your menu bar!                         Don’t forget                          Evernote!
Recording video of your screenQuicktime X (that’s TEN)
Red to record                                                   Minitriangle                                              ...
All the instructions you    need will appear:
To Stop:
You can now put your video  into Keynote or iMovie
ree nsh ot         can  scN ow you       a nyt hin g!
Still and Video Screenshotting Mac OSX
Still and Video Screenshotting Mac OSX
Still and Video Screenshotting Mac OSX
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  • Still and Video Screenshotting Mac OSX

    1. 1. in M ac OSX ens hott ingScre
    2. 2. Ways to capture images and video: Whole Screenshots Partial Screenshots Whole & Partial Screenshots to the Clipboard Be a right-clicka Copy Image Urls Record your screen
    3. 3. Teachers:Have the student follow along Slide by slide
    4. 4. Take a screenshot ofthe screen, and it THE ENTIRE DESKTOPsaves as a file on thedesktop
    5. 5. Just drag a square aroundwhat you want a shot of.
    6. 6. Command-Shift-4: Takea screenshot of the A Portion of the Desktopscreen, and save it as afile on the desktop
    7. 7. They go to the desktop andare sorted by date/time
    8. 8. Command-Control-Shift-4?: Take ascreenshot of the screen, and it’sready to paste!A Portion of the Desktop - Ready to PASTE Anywhere
    9. 9. Why Command-Control-Shift-4?No download! Just paste in any app Less clicks=More Speed
    10. 10. Open up Keynote
    11. 11. Be a right-clickaControl+click on an image on the web
    12. 12. In Keynote oranother program Hit paste or Command - V
    13. 13. This all means LESS CLICKING!
    14. 14. Can I do this in GoogleDocs and Presentations? No Not really, but there is a trick
    15. 15. To add pics quickly to a Google Doc,Preso or Google Map or most any Wiki or webpage
    16. 16. Insert graphic
    17. 17. No!
    18. 18. YES!
    19. 19. Copy Image Address OR Copy Image URL This is the URL of the actual picture!
    20. 20. Paste
    21. 21. Fast PixLess Clicks
    22. 22. Look in your menu bar! Don’t forget Evernote!
    23. 23. Recording video of your screenQuicktime X (that’s TEN)
    24. 24. Red to record Minitriangle reveals quality and audio optionsLittle lines will appear to show audio levels
    25. 25. All the instructions you need will appear:
    26. 26. To Stop:
    27. 27. You can now put your video into Keynote or iMovie
    28. 28. ree nsh ot can scN ow you a nyt hin g!
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