[kepler-dev] recording Ptolemy/Kepler demos

Laura L. Downey ldowney at lternet.edu
Thu Nov 11 10:29:27 PST 2004

I sent Mark a url that referenced several screen cam/screen recording
software apps.  Some are commercial products, some shareware and a few
freeware.  See:  http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/screenrecorders/

I followed the sourceforge.net link but I didn't see a screen recorder
referenced on the site.  Am I missing something?  It looked more like a way
to test code than to actually record anything.

VNC also looks like it only works on Unix and we are thinking here at UNM we
need something to record on a Windows platform.  After all, the Windows
platform is our biggest -- at around an estimated 75-80% of our target user

Does whatever screen recorder we choose have to be open source or freeware
or shareware?

Laura L. Downey
Senior Usability Engineer
LTER Network Office
Department of Biology, MSC03 2020
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM  87131-0001
ldowney at lternet.edu

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From: kepler-dev-admin at ecoinformatics.org
[mailto:kepler-dev-admin at ecoinformatics.org] On Behalf Of Bertram Ludaescher
Sent: Thursday, November 11, 2004 10:53 AM
To: kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org
Subject: [kepler-dev] recording Ptolemy/Kepler demos

Those subscribed to the ptolemy-hackers list might have seen the
recent request for a screen recording mechanism. Two options mentioned 

Maybe someone wants to check those out. Since some have vnc already
set up, the second one might be particularly easy. 

I think a record workflow composition demo (and others, e.g., workflow 
exectuion) would be fantastic to have, e.g., for those very precious
minutes during presentations (there are a few high-visibility meeting
coming up!). Also for educational purposes this might be very useful. 

Would be great to have some Kepler demo movies on the web...

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