You get a bonus with this recipe. Not only will you learn how to use QuickTime Player X to record a screencast, but you will also get a quick review of three great sites that will help you in your video adventures.
First, take a look at the video below. It is a brief overview of a few sites that I like. I know, it’s not really that interesting, but it took me 2 minutes and 14 seconds to record this video, it required no editing, and I used software that was already on my Mac to make it.
One of the features enables you to record and narrate your on screen computer movements.
It is called a “screencast,” and there are a few programs and even websites that can create a screen recording. Many Mac users (including me) use Screenflow, which you can use for basic editing as well.
As you see, you have a few options, but if you’re just getting started, try QuickTime Player X. It’s free and easy.
Watch this tutorial to see how easy it is to use.