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Old 21-08-2004, 01:03 AM   #1
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What programs are you guys using to make your tutorials? I need the same type, basically just needs to be able to record the screen and work with a microphone. Any suggestions?
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Theres a free one @ www.thesilver.net
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Hey how do you lower the resolution of the avi output for the videos? Or do you have to lower the monitor resolution all together? Thx.
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You can either record with a lower monitor resolution, or you can resize the video in a video editing program.
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Actually I found out how to lower the resolution using the output settings of the video. Not sure if it will look good, but hopefully it will
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