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Re: Looking for a windows tool that can recording the screen and JAWS (or other screen reader) audio

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From: Steve Green
Date: Dec 18, 2013 3:30PM


There are loads if you Google "screen recording software". We use Morae, which is stupidly expensive, but there are others such as OVO and Camtasia. The more expensive ones tend to have better facilities for editing the video and more choice of video file formats.

Steve Green

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Sent: 18 December 2013 22:26
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Subject: [WebAIM] Looking for a windows tool that can recording the screen and JAWS (or other screen reader) audio

I'll be giving a presentation early next year on accessibility. The presentations are generally limited to PowerPoint with no ability to demonstrate a screen reader live.

I'm looking for any tools that could be used to scrape the screen and record the audio.

I really don't need the tool to record my voice as I could just talk over the video during the presentation.

I also see some value in our QA staff making recordings as part of bug reports.

Any suggestions?

Curtis