Back in September, I reviewed 4 screencasting Apps for the iPad along with demo video and a comparison chart. Since then there have been a few App updates and EduCreations launched a free App.
I’m still using a desktop solution for creating time-shifted content for my students, but I’ve updated the comparison chart to reflect new iPad screencasting App features.
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Great comparison chart.
Do you think you could update it with which apps have the ability to export video to the iPads camera roll?
Thanks for the suggestion, Mr. Barlow. I’ve updated the spreadsheet at your request.
Thanks for the useful reviews! What you use on your desktop for creating screencasts?
I’m a fan of Camtasia 2.0. I once received a complimentary copy from TechSmith and it has all the functions I need. I don’t do anything too fancy though.
Great Thanks very useful
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Interesting chart. I include it in the grad course I teach about ipads in education when we talk about screencasting. Nice work.
If I may, I think there a couple other very important considerations when choosing a screencasting app. First, the ability to RE-record audio on a slide. For anyone who ever got tongue-tied on the last slide and wasn’t able to re-record just that slide, this is a HUGELY important feature.
Second, the ability to insert a slide between two others. For those of us who can never get all the needed slides the first time around.
Third, the ability to re-arrange slides, taking the audio with it.
I know we’re talking about free or very inexpensive apps, so we can’t expect the world. But, if those ARE features in one app and not in another, I really think they are worth mentioning.