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Screen Recording

Digital recording of computer desktop with audio narration a.k.a. Screencast

A screencast is essentially an audio-visual recording of what is happening on your computer screen. CIT offers Camtasia Relay and Ink2Go for you to create screen recordings.

 

Possible Uses

Screen recording can be used to record self-supporting lectures. You can display your presentation slides (or anything else that can be shown on screen) and record your narration. You can also do short video tutorials to talk about websites or show how a particular software is used.

 

Camtasia Relay

Registration and Setup

  1. Please login at https://screencast.nus.edu.sg/relay/ with your NUSNET ID and password, then download the relevant Camtasia Relay recorder for your Operating System.
    • PC: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Mac: OS 10.6 and later
  2. Download the NUS Screen Recording Quickstart Guide.

 

Ink2Go

If you would like to incorporate graphical annotations and/or webcam video in your Screencast, you can use Ink2Go! as an alternative to Camtasia Relay.

Features:

  1. Record all your computer desktop activity as a video file.
  2. Write or draw on top of any active application or use the Whiteboard for graphical annotations.
  3. Include your webcam video in the Screencast along with audio narration.
  4. Add an index and publish a web-ready version of the Screencast for both Windows and Mac using the Ink2Go! client.

 

Please download Ink2Go! here:

  1. Win version (Guide)
  2. Mac version (Guide)

To view the videos that you have uploaded, please login to https://ink2go.nus.edu.sg with your NUSNET ID and password.

Lecturers who want their students to use ink2go for their video project submission in IVLE, can refer them to the instructions from here.

Copyright Notice

By applying for this service, you are declaring that you own all copyright for materials to be displayed or have obtained the necessary copyright clearance for these materials.

 

 

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