Screen Recording is the new Screen Shot

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 05 Mar 2010 at 12:41

For agile software developers, Apple's new Quicktime 10 is a great new tool. Now with a few clicks, you can demonstrate a feature or a bug by recording your desktop as easily as you might use Ctl-Shift-4 to capture part of your screen.  This is somewhat limited by an inability to record sound, especially the developer or user explaining the feature or issue at hand.  I think this new functionality is a real benefit despite the fact that a lot of video editing people have been trashing the new Quicktime 10 video utility that comes with OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).





A more advanced option remains the use of professional tools like Telestream's Screenflow ($99), which allows voice recording, text callouts, and potentially smaller file sizes. But other than that,...

Coffee with East Agile

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 28 Aug 2009 at 23:33

If I were sitting down with you for a cup of coffee, this is what I'd tell you about East Agile, what we can do, and what it is like working with us. It is thirteen minutes long, but I think you will find it very enlightening and really help you get to know us.

Cheers,

-Lawrence Sinclair, CEO 

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