This post shows how to make a livecoding screencast using free OSX technologies.
Capturing system audio and screen-recording your live coding performance can be done in multiple ways. Here's a method based on Apple's Quicktime and an audio plugin that is part of a third-party software, Record It.
Note: both of these software components are free. The Record It Audio Device which is a free extension that enables you to capture system sounds on your Mac. It acts as a virtual audio input device and sends the sound from music, videos, and system alerts that you would normally hear through your speakers to the input cha
Often the audio I get from a Quicktime screencast recording is rather weak.
I found an easy way to fix that by using iMovie, which normally comes with any Mac. Here are the steps:
Music Settings > Equalizer > Music Enhance
Share > File
Results: For a 10 mins video, that gives me a
.mp4 file of ~250M
Upload to YouTube and off you go ;-)
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Industry Track, International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC-17), Vienna, Austria, Oct 2017.
Digital Humanities Quarterly, Jan 2017. Volume 11 Number 1
Digital Humanities 2013, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Jul 2013.
Wittgenstein and the Philosophy of Information - Proceedings of the 30th International Ludwig Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria, Aug 2007. pp. 319-335