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Comments on Keith Russell's blog: Various solutions for recording lectures

Updated: 2013-07-06T23:19:15.338+02:00


Hi Keith,Recording lectures can take many differen...


Hi Keith,

Recording lectures can take many different forms. I personally do not like the immediate 'need' to include video capture (assuming that that includes the lecturer). Voice however is important and perhaps a digital/electronic whiteboard. I have experimented to capture my lessons (PPS) with camtasia studio in combination with e-pointer. With a few clicks of a button I derive 50MB Flash captures of a 1 hr lecture. This is without any editing whatsoever. Students liked it, even though it does not include an interface to quickly jump to a specific slide.

Hi Keith,I am the Consortium manager for ePresence...


Hi Keith,

I am the Consortium manager for ePresence Interactive Media. Thank you for mentioning our webcasting software on your blog.

Of course I'm going to tell you how great our system is :), or I can invite you to attend a live webcast and let you find out for yourself.

We're hosting a live webcast from Ottawa on Feb 20th, beginning at 9am EST. Details available at:

We hope you can attend.

Hi Keith,I'm currently developing a software produ...


Hi Keith,

I'm currently developing a software product for creating web presentations. I specifically designed the tool to be an affordable, easy-to-use replacement for MS Producer. The product is called iPresent Presio. It allows you to record audio or video narration and synch it with PowerPoint slides or images. You can also import existing audio or video clips. The resulting presentation can be published to Windows Media, Quicktime, Flash, or Video Podcast (MP4) formats. The tool is really conducive to recording lectures.

Anyhow, the product is still in beta. You can download a fully functional version here:
This version allows you to publish up to 5 presentations.

To get a feel for what can be created with the tool - here are some examples of what a published Presio presentation looks like:

Also, I've created a couple of video tutorials that show the user interface of Presio as well as some new features like importing MP3 files and Video Podcast support:

Feel free to take a look if you get a chance. If you have any questions or feedback feel free to reach out.



Great post, Keith. Nice overview. I social bookmar...


Great post, Keith. Nice overview. I social bookmarked it.