Monthly Archives: March 2011

6 Great Suggestions For Improving Audio in Your Screencasts

This is very opportune. On the heels of my post yesterday comparing audio quality from a few of the microphones I’ve used over the last year, I then today came across these excellent posts by: Tom Johnson over at the I’d … Continue reading
Posted in audio, best practices, reviews, screencasts | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments

[Demo] Do Microphones Matter in Screencasts? Here’s an interactive comparison to help you decide.

Last week I finally unpacked the Yeti. No, I haven’t solved the mystery of the fabled furry-guy legend.  I’m talking about Blue Microphones’ multi-pattern USB mic of the same name. Before this investment, I was using Samson’s C01U USB condenser … Continue reading
Posted in audio, reviews, screencasts | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

5 (plus 5 more!) Tools For Creating a Screencast

5 Free Tools Sarah Kessler over at Mashable posted a nicely succinct piece today about 5 Free Tools For Creating a Screencast.  Included are: Screenr (by the cool folks at Articulate Global… creators of Articulate Engage, -Presenter, and -Quizmaker) Overstream … Continue reading
Posted in screencasts | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

[Video] Four Areas of Facebook Privacy Settings — Know Them!

(Video: From topic #9 of the 20-part Facebook video course.  Part of the 5-course MelAclaroDotCom video/screencast titles.) “Facebook is the slowly warming pot of water and we, my friends, are the frog. By the time we noticed our peeling skin, … Continue reading
Posted in How to, screencasts, social media marketing tips, social media marketing video | Tagged , , , | Comments Off