Jing
Jing, a project of TechSmith, which allows for screen capture of images or video that can be shared in a matter of moments. Download Link
Account: 2 Gigs storage

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Tips:

Use a small capture area. Notice the resolution size when you drag to select video area. Most mobile devices are limited to 640x480 resolution.
PowerPoint presentations 2-7 minutes long. Use large font size.36-40pt


Getting Started
  1. After completeing the download, you will be asked to set it up by creating a Screencast.com account. Enter a valid email address, display name, and password for your Screencast.com account. If you already have an account with Screencast.com, simply click Log in.
  2. Know that when Jing is already running, you will notice the Jing launcher, a yellow ball located at the top center of your screen. This can actually be moved and placed anywhere on the edge of your desktop.

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Capturing and sharing imagesTo begin capturing images, move your cursor or hover over the Jing launcher to display the fly-out menu and click Capture.
  1. Drag your cursor or mouse to select the area you want to capture. As soon as you are done setting the area to capture, a toolbar appears. Click Image.capture.JPG

Upon clicking Image, a window appears showing the image you have just captured. Notice the toolbar at the left side of the window. Use this to edit your image.


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2. You may add arrows, texts, frames, and highlights to your captured image. The tool color lets you choose the color of your arrows, texts, frames, and highlights. To draw an arrow anywhere in the image, click the Arrow; to add texts, click T ; to add frames, click Square to highlight a part of the image, click highlight pen symbol . Click red square to select the color of your arrow, texts, frames, or highlights. Use double arrows to undo or redo your last action.
3. You may specify a filename for the image. Otherwise, the default filename, which is the date and time of capture, will be considered.
4. When you are done adding annotations to your image, specify if you want to save the file to your local directory or upload the image to Screencast.com.
5. As soon as you have specified where to share or upload your image, click Share. A message will flash notifying you that the image is being uploaded.
6. As soon as the image has been saved or uploaded, another message flashes to notify you that the image has been uploaded and that you may paste the URL into an instant messenger, email, blog, or anywhere you want to communicate visually so others can click and view your image.


Capturing and sharing videos

1. To begin capturing videos, move your cursor or hover over the Jing launcher to display the fly-out menu and click Capture.
2. Drag your cursor or mouse to select the area you want to capture.

3. As soon as you are done setting the area to capture, a toolbar appears. Click Video to start recording.
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4. Note that during the recording, another toolbar allows you to pause, stop, or cancel recording. Elapsed time is also shown. However, unlike the images, captures videos may not be edited.

5. You may specify a filename for the video. Otherwise, the default filename, which is the date and time of capture, will be considered.
6. When you are done with your recording, specify if you want to save it to your local directory or upload the video to Screencast.com or share via FTP. Select File if you want to save the video to you local directory; FTP, if you want to share via FTP, in which case you will be asked to indicate the FTP Settings; or Screencast.com, if you want to upload to your Screencast.com account.

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7. As soon as you have specified where to share or upload your video, click Share. A message will flash notifying you that the video is being uploaded.
8. As soon as the video has been saved or uploaded, another message flashes to notify you that the video has been uploaded and that you may paste the URL into an instant messenger, email, blog, or anywhere you want to communicate visually so others can click and view your image.


History/Viewing your captures

1. To view all captured images and videos, hover over the Jing launcher to display the fly-out menu and click History. This opens the History window displaying all captured images and videos.

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2. To view only your captured images, click Images; to view only your captured videos, click Videos; otherwise, click Both to view all captures.
3. Hover over the image or video thumbnails to view details such as name of the File, Kind, whether image or video, Size, Date, which also includes the time the image or video was captured, Dimension, and Location, indicating whether the image or video is saved in your local directory (File) or uploaded in Screencast.com.
4. Click on a thumbnail to enable the Share, Embed, and Delete buttons.
5. Note that you may always refer to the Jing History to locate your captured images and videos and share them with others through instant messaging, emails, blogs, etc.

Resource:
Video: Creating a Narrated PowerPoint with Jing
Video Tutorial
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