SAP 006: What equipment I use when recording and editing my screencast videos

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what screencast equipment I use

 

In this weeks episode I’m talking about what equipment I use when recording, editing and publishing my screencast videos. Over the last few weeks I’ve been asked this questions a fair few times so I thought i would put together this episode.

 

I’ll also be telling you about the software I use, audio and lighting. Plus let you in on some special apps I use to create animated clips for my videos too.

 

Ready to dive & listen?

 

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SHOW NOTES: 

 

 

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:

 

  • What hardware I use
  • What software I use
  • The lighting I use
  • The audio setup I have
  • Other tools I use

 

 

EQUIPMENT MENTIONED IN THIS WEEKS EPISODE: 

 

Hardware – Imac 27inch monitor, second monitor LG 1080p for recording my screencast videos, Wacom tablet and pen for drawing on screen

 

Software – Camtasia for Mac, Screenflow, Ink2go, Garageband, Videomakerfx, Explaindeo

 

Audio – Rode procaster xlr version, with HPF-1 pop filter, Rode boom arm PSA -1, Audio Technica ATH- M30, ATR2100 USB mic, Logitech C920 web cam

 

Lighting – cowboy lighting kit 2 piece just enough to light the room

 

Other tools I use – Vimeo to host all videos, fiverr for gigs, Upwork, Dropbox

 

 

 RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED: 

 

 

 

 

Screenflow is my recommended app for creating screencast videos.  you can grab your copy by clicking the link Screenflow

 

*NOTE – Some of the links above maybe affiliate links and if you click on them and buy the product I may get a small commission for recommending the product.  All commissions go towards making more awesome content but of course if you don’t wish that’s okay by me :)*

 

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