Rob LeFebvre (6:00 am PDT, Sep 17th 2013)
Yesterday, we showed you how to record your iPhone or iPad’s screen using Reflector, an app that runs on your Mac and records the iOS device’s screen via a little AirPlay magic.
Today, let’s talk about recording your Mac’s screen. I was surprised to find out that QuickTime Player will do this for free, and it’s already on your Mac. Here’s how to make the magic happen.
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Giles Turnbull (7:22 am PDT, Apr 24th 2012)
Fly me to the moon
Camtasia, the video and screencast editor for OS X, has been updated with two useful new features: remove color, and adjust clip speed.
Keir Thomas (6:34 am PDT, Dec 20th 2011)
Want to quickly edit a movie file but can’t be bothered battling with the complexity of iMovie or Final Cut Pro? Here’s how to use QuickTime Player, included with every Mac, to trim movie files and merge movie files together.
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