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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: Shuttlesworth, Rachel
Date: Dec 19, 2013 7:16AM


Our campus uses Tegrity (expensive, but works for a university of
35,000+). Some free options I know of include Jing
(http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html), Screencast-o-matic
(http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/), and CamStudio
(http://camstudio.org/).

Hope this helps,
Rachel

Dr. Rachel S. Thompson
Director, Emerging Technology and Accessibility
Center for Instructional Technology
University of Alabama







On 12/18/13 4:51 PM, "Lucy Greco" < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

hello:
I use Camtasia Camtasia to record jaws all the time it has the ability to
pick if you want to record mike system sound and or both. It's not one
hundred useable with a screen reader but I can start and stop a recording
and create a movie file to share with people easy even lets you save rite
to YouTube
It definitely could be better but it does what I need most of the time
Lucy

Lucia Greco
Web Access Analyst
IST-Campus Technology Services
University of California, Berkeley
(510) 289-6008 skype: lucia1-greco
http://webaccess.berkeley.edu


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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