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Screencasting with Screentoaster and Scriblink

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How to make a simple screencast with online tools

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Screencasting with Screentoaster and Scriblink

  1. 1. Screencasting with SCREENTOASTER & Scriblink
  2. 2. 1. Go to Scriblink http://www.scriblink.com
  3. 3. Click on the pen icon on the far left
  4. 4. Draw on the board by holding down your left mouse key and dragging the pen onto the drawing area
  5. 5. Change the colour and the size of your lines
  6. 6. Spend a few minutes drawing and getting used to the board TIP: Click ‘Undo’ to erase anything you need to
  7. 7. Now, open up a new tab on your browser so you can have two sites open at once : and go to http://www.screentoaster.com
  8. 8. Step 1: Register for an account
  9. 9. You will get this message: Take note of it, then click ‘Record’
  10. 10. You will get this screen... Take note of your options for recording
  11. 11. Choose ‘Rectangular Area’ You will get a black box on your screen. This will be the size of the area you record. You can adjust it by dragging the corners out or in.
  12. 12. In the Audio section, choose your microphone (AK5700?)
  13. 13. It will ask for permission to access your microphone. Click ‘Allow’
  14. 14. ? <ul><li>If it doesn’t work, just ‘refresh’ your page, and we will have to move on without voiceover. </li></ul><ul><li>You can always add audio after you have finished your video. </li></ul>
  15. 15. Now, go back to the Scriblink page. The black box should still be there: Use this box in the corner to move it to where you want it to be. You can change its size too.
  16. 16. Make sure you have the colour and thickness selected in Scriblink that you want. When you are ready to record, press ALT + S. You will then be recording what you are drawing. If your microphone is working you could be explaining what you are doing as you go:
  17. 17. Press ALT + S again to pause the recording. You will get a little grey box with a ‘P’ in it that follows your cursor around. To resume, press ALT + S again To stop recording you need to flick back to the Screentoaster site and click ‘Stop Recording’
  18. 18. When you click ‘Stop Recording’ your video will automatically be there for you to watch. Click on play and watch you screencast!
  19. 19. You can add subtitles and a voice recording to your video if you haven’t already
  20. 20. Just pause the video where you want to add a subtitle or your voice, then click on the relevant button
  21. 21. When you have finished your video, click ‘Upload to Screentoaster, ‘ and fill in your details on the little form that appears.
  22. 22. Can you find the embed code? You can embed your screencasts in to your wiki for your students to watch. You will then get a page like this:
  23. 23. Screencasting is a great way to get students to show what they know and get them to create materials for other students in other classes.
  24. 24. Now, it is PLAYTIME! Make a couple of screencasts, embed them in your wiki, share the links with us all.

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