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    Image capture of strokes

    Hey everyone,
    Does anyone know of a good program for recording the process of a painting, to be turned into a Quicktime file? I'd like to be able to play a movie of one of my paintings forming over time, without the program interface or menus getting in there. I've tried Painter Scripts but I'm not sure how to convert to .MOV.
    Thanks for any info folks!
    cheers,
    -kook


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    ''Screen Recording'' on google should give you alot of answer...

    my favorite is techsmith

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    And I just found this one for free....
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/camstudio/

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    dumb question:
    can painters movie's be exported into quicktimes? if so that seems the simplest way.
    not near my machine to check myself.

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    I'm a dork who doesn't read the docs

    Thanks for the replies folks, but I'm a total dork. In the time since I posted my message I eventually found the answer in the painter docs. You supposedly can export painter scripts to quicktime via built-in frame capture. Not sure how much space it will take up, but if I get it working soon I'll share the results. Thanks again! -kook

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    I usually use Camtasia but don't mind menus or interface. I think you can set in the options to hide the interfaces but not sure. Good luck!

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