Want to upload your own videos to YouTube or Facebook then listen to the expert on video blogging David Lee King.
I used Jing Pro to record the screencast. There’s a free version – I whipped out $14.95 (have to pay it every year) for the pro version. Why? The pro version comes with that cool “webcam in screen” effect I used at the beginning and end of the screencast. It also records in MPEG-4 format, so I could easily edit it…
I plugged in a Samson CO1U USB Condenser Mic to get good quality sound on the speaking parts.
Once the parts and pieces were recorded in Jing, I dumped each screencast clip into Apple’s iMovie, which is an easy-to-use video editor.
If you have a chance to visit one of David's presentations, please do it. I am sure you will love it, as much as I did last year.