Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Recording annotations, part of Up and Running with Office Mix.
- There's one more feature that you often see…on live presentations that we can capture as well…using Office Mix and that is inking…or drawing diagrams on slides,…highlighting something on a chart,…checking some items off.…And the Inking pane is in the lower right hand corner…of the slide recorder window.…Some choices that we have in terms of pen size,…notice F2 is a fine pen, F3 medium,…and F4 thick, nice to know,…and then we have choices of colors.…
One, two, three, and so on.…So I can choose a color and then choose a pen…and begin inking once I'm recording.…So let's give this a go.…I'm going to click Record.…And notice that as soon as I move my pointer into the slide,…I'm actually inking it out was true when I was recording…video or audio as well.…Now you can move freely until you either press…the stylus down or hold the mouse button down…on a mouse or a trackball or on touch pad…until you hold the pad down.…
And at that point, you are actually drawing.…If I want to change colors on the fly,…the cool thing about this is that I can do that…
Author Gini Courter provides an overview of the add-in, and then shows how to plan a mix and insert screenshots, videos, and screen recordings. She then shows how to preview and upload the mix, and save it as a video that can be hosted online.
Along the way, she explains how to add narration and annotations, add interactive content like true/false or multiple-choice questions, and share and distribute the mix.
- What is Office Mix?
- Inserting screenshots and screen recordings
- Compressing and uploading a mix
- Inserting video
- Adding questions and polls
- Exporting and sharing mixes