iPad, recording and keynote....

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Does anyone know if there is a way to create a Keynote presentation on an iPad and do a screencast recording of it from the ipad?
#ipad #keynote #recording
  • Profile picture of the author David Keith
    well, obviously you can create keynote presentations on the ipad if you buy the keynote app. from there you can use this app to create screencasts.

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/expl...431493086?mt=8

    basically you create the keynote presentation and then import it into the above app.

    the app i mentioned works kinda like jing or camtasia...somewhat.
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  • Profile picture of the author sellerscompanion
    Hi, David... That link brought up five apps for me. Do you know which one?
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    • Profile picture of the author David Keith
      Originally Posted by sellerscompanion View Post

      Hi, David... That link brought up five apps for me. Do you know which one?
      strange...

      Explain Everything ™
      By MorrisCooke

      google that. i think it cost like $2-$4 dollars if i remember right.
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      • Profile picture of the author sellerscompanion
        Thanks. Unless I am misunderstanding, that app only let's you screencast websites? I can't see how to make it work for Keynote presentations... Not seeing a way to import.

        Originally Posted by David Keith View Post

        strange...

        Explain Everything ™
        By MorrisCooke

        google that. i think it cost like $2-$4 dollars if i remember right.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Keith
    there are several ways of doing this.

    first off all, you can add files and materials from any program that supports the "open in" protocol. which is pretty much all the major apps...keynote, dropbox, box, evernote, ......... just click the file and select "open in" and then select "explain everything".

    you can also do this from within the app itself. i think its the 6th icon down. its like a paper icon with a + sign on it. click the link and you will see other options to import files into screencast editor.

    its not the easiest of programs to learn...much like camtasia....there is a pretty good learning curve to using it effectively.

    you can add pdfs, images, videos, keynote presentations, pretty much anything into a screencast using that software.
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