Video Capture Software With Voice Recording For Asana Training


#1

Any recommendations for Video Capture Software with Voice that I would like to look into for some Asana Training with companies.

Thanks


#2

Hi @James_Carl! While I don’t have anything in particular to recommend, I do trust the opinion of CNET and they provide a helpful recommendation for Macs here: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/record-your-computers-screen-with-audio-on-a-mac/. They recommend using Quicktime with a free piece of software called Soundflower.

Similarly, PC Advisor offers advice for PC users in this article:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/windows/how-record-your-screen-for-free-in-windows-3406578/. They recommend CamStudio, which I have heard good things about. I hope this helps!


#3

For my videos, I just use Quicktime on the Mac. But I believe you’re on a PC @James_Carl?


#4

Correct


#5

For my Asana Training Masterclass course, I used Screenflow (Mac only). For PC, I recommend Camtasia.


#6

I am in Trial on Camtasia. Thanks


#7

Camtasia is my fav for PC


#8

If you have MS Office, perhaps this will work for you:

I am not completely sure if it can record both screen and audio at the same time.


#9

Techsmith, the makers of Camtasia, also have a couple of other products that are more lightweight that can still do serviceable recording and narration. Snag-It is the one I’ve used the most and it gets the job done for me.

If you’re a MS Office user you could also look into Office Mix. Its a powerpoint plugin that offers quite a lot of interesting features for screen recording, narration, and sharing.