How to: screen capture for making presentations

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Why


In recent years, increasing popularity recruit training webinars and live events. The main content in these webinars are slides in the presentation format. They are usually prepared in Apple KeyNote, or  in MS Power Point. Also increasing a well-deserved popularity of Google Docs. That allows to prepare a presentation with your distributed team.

But not all of the tools be enable translation correctly and beautifully to submit a presentation in a live broadcast. Often, functional "screen capture" gives the excess, and sometimes private information.





















Two Stream with the same content. Feel the difference.

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We show how to connect the presentation demonstration in JustBroadcaster. Presentation in Google Docs for example.



before -> after

1. Adding an extra scene. We recommended to choose a template with two slots because customers have seen not only the slides, but also your face. People will be pleased to see you at the same time look on the slides, it will increase the interest and will hold the attention.



Choose a template with two slots

2. So, we added a new scene. The lower oval slot we put the camera, click the pop-up button "Insert a window capture" on the big slot. You can capture the entire screen or a specific application. In our case, we choose Safari browser, which in our Google Slides open.










3. Now you see content from Safari. It is time to remove the excess. To do this, place the mouse on the slot pops button "Crop".


Click on it and it will be a gray rectangle indicating the crop area (what is left after pruning).


Drag-move it, designate the necessary area and press the tick.


Default Crop allocates a rectangular area in accordance with the proportions of the slot. If you need to change these proportions, enough to remove the lock from the lock and stretch the hand up and down and left and right as you prefer.

We have described the basic circuit configuration of your broadcast with a demonstration of the presentation.

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