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Amy Goodman says February 13, 2013

Thanks. Incredibly helpful!

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A Singh says February 16, 2013

Well said,much more professional.

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Summer Sevilla says March 20, 2013

recording inception. ahaha

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VideoAulas ByAna says March 22, 2013

Hey, Pat, I use to do this in the opposite order. First step, I record my drawings, and then I put them on Camtasia, speed the video up and record a voice over. I takes some editing, but works fine too. 😉

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Nathaniell Brenes says April 13, 2013

How are you able to keep track of what you are saying on longer clips? It was impossible to hear they words in a 10 second clip, so I can’t imagine what it’s like doing a 3 minute tutorial or other longer video. Is it all guess work?

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Denuto Newton says April 30, 2013

great tutorial, Thank you

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Adil Moosa says May 22, 2013

What would you suggest – talk first and draw later or the other way around?

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Priyanka224 says June 30, 2013

@VideoAulas ByAna, I’ve been searching for a way to achieve that effect. May I ask, what program do you use to record the voice over?

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Shateesh Nganasekaran says August 10, 2013

draw 1st and speed it up, then record the voice will be much easier.

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Media Maggot says August 13, 2013

The reason why not to use VideoScribe is because in most cases you can easily tell when an animation has been made with it. So many people use VideoScribe now, so if you take the time and effort to use a tablet and your own handwriting it will stand out a lot better from the lemmings.

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Edward Capaldi says August 27, 2013

doesn’t video scribe do all this in one tool?

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Young Immersion Japanese says August 28, 2013

Why not do a voiceover afterwards?

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easyexplainvideo says September 11, 2013

Thanks for this video. I love videoscribing too! Usually I love to use it more than any other techniques.

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Sue Moseley says July 29, 2014

Is there a reason why you couldn’t create the video first – to a script and then record yourself reading the script while you watch the video playback? 

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José Afonso says October 6, 2014

QuickTime can simultaneously record the screen and capture the sound.

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eumatthe says March 14, 2015

Thanks Pat – this is pretty awesome information! I’ve been wanting to learn this techniques since I saw my first RSA video. I know it will be a bit challenging, since I’m no artist, but I think it will be fun to fiddle with!
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Eugene

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Etsh says April 14, 2015

Awesome video
Is there any screen capture apps for Ipad?

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Ximena de la Serna says July 17, 2015

Great video Pat! But wouldn’t it be easier to record the video, then speed it up in your editing software and then record the voiceover while you watch the video play back? You will save time and it won’t be as difficult!

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