Record your screen using QuickTime


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Record your screen using QuickTime

Hi, I'm Jess Stratton and welcome to Monday Productivity Pointers. This week I'm answering a popular question. How can you create your own tutorials, recording your screen with audio? You may be asked to do a webinar one day or show a task on your computer that involves you showing how something's done, while you're recording audio to go with it. So today, I'm going to show you how to use QuickTime player on your Mac, to do a simple screen record with audio. You need a Mac, and you need a headset or a mic.

Now, I do suggest staying away from open spaces while you're recording. Now, I'm cheating a bit here because I'm in a soundproof booth, but if you're at home, I don't advise you doing it in your dining room, or in your office, stay away from conference rooms. Alright, knowing that, on with the recording. I've got QuickTime Player running on my Mac and let's do a simple onscreen tutorial. To start a new recording, choose File from the top menu. Now, you do...

Record your screen using QuickTime
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Record your screen using QuickTime provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton and Garrick Chow and Nick Brazzi as part of the Monday Productivity Pointers

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