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By LeisureMan ·
We run a small teaching class in a rather a large organisation.
We badly need some small tutorials for beginners: probably AVI files that everyone could launch.
What software you would recommend to make those (like the ones they use in MS Office Help, showing where to move the cursor, how to highlight items and thigs like that)?
I thank everyone in advance.

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by BFilmFan In reply to Making Tutorials

This might work well for you:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Video-Editors/AVI-Maker.shtml

This also might meet your needs:

http://www.deskshare.com/resources/articles/msr_goodscreenrecordings.aspx

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by Jaqui In reply to Making Tutorials

or even macromedia's flash
or director.
( director would be my recommendation, as you can build entire animation, with sound then render it to avi, or swf.

and with as many needed items for each animation, and over a million frames for the animation possible, then you can build the entire animation, sequencing audio tracks.
you could even create a vcd with director.

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by jmgarvin In reply to Making Tutorials

Green Branch Communications www.greenbranchcommunications.com

It is inexpensive, low bandwidth foot print, and it has both .net and flash clients.

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