As you test using your virtual machines, you may want to capture what you see via a screen shot or video. In this video, you’ll learn about the different methods for capturing the screen using an image file (screen capture) or a video, and also some of the settings involved in capturing so you can customize the capture experience.
- [Voiceover] The last thing I want to do here,…when it comes to a virtual machine,…is I want to show you how to take screenshots…and also take video of this.…Because this can be really useful if you're trying…to show somebody something.…So with your virtual machine running,…I'm going to open up something,…whatever, Adobe.com.…I'll open Internet Explorer and go to some website,…it doesn't matter what it is.…It's taking a while, that's fine.…But a lot of times, what we want to do…is to be able to show a client or a co-worker…something that we're working on,…maybe an issue we're having or something like that,…if we're testing, for instance.…
So to be able to capture something,…if you come up to "View" up here, you're going to see…we have what's called "Take Screenshot".…"Host" is the command key in my case,…that's the Mac default.…So it would be "command + E" to take a screenshot.…Let me try that.…I'm going to be out here somewhere and say,…"I'm going to show them this option right here,"…so I'll hit "command + E".…
In this course, Brian Wood explains the how to use VirtualBox and modern.ie to set up virtual machines you can use to perform browser testing. He walks you through each step of the setup process so you can become familiar with these tools and starting using them for browser testing.
- Installing VirtualBox
- Using modern.ie to select virtual machines and platforms
- Downloads up a virtual machine
- Running IE on a MAC
- Performing browser testing on a local or hosted site
- Testing against many versions of Internet Explorer