December 6, 2019, 7:42pm
Anyone have any good experiences or recommendations?
Ideally, I’d like to record voice screen touches to point things out, while flipping through student presentations.
Save it as a video.
Be able to pause and restart recording if I need to.
Not looking to do any editing at all. What’s in the show is in the show.
I thought iOS screen recording would be best…but I’m not sure it can record sound…?
FWIW, I don’t think that you necessarily want/need screen casting for this. All that you seem to need is an app to add audio notes to a (PDF or ???) file.
In my dim memory is a vague recollection of an app that would do this on an iPad for PDF files. Search “add audio notes to PDF iPad” for starting points.
December 6, 2019, 8:19pm
If you have setapp then capto is included. It might do what you want.
I just used it to demonstrate a bug I had found in a piece of software. It will capture your entire screen or just a window, record using your microphone and highlight things like mouse clicks.
There is simple editing of the captured video.
It can, though I’m not sure it does it by default. It’s been a while since I played with it, so my memory’s a bit fuzzy, but you might want to experiment with both the built in screen recorder and Capture (from Techsmith).