Recording smartphone apps

  • 26 June 2020
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Tips and tricks on how to record your smartphone apps. Just a few methods are covered here, as there are many possibilities.

 

Should you have questions, let me know below and perhaps i can elaborate further inspired by your comments :)

 

 


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Thanks Morten. This is useful, and I like that you provide a couple of different options.

 

Around the 6’28” mark, how are you creating the hotspot in red? I looks like you’re just clicking and dragging, but when I try that with a similar step it wants to just move the green rectangle.

Hi @RichardPower :)

 

Ah, my apologies - i am holding down the shift-key while drawing a new hotspot.

 

When you draw a new hotspot, the old one will vanish - therefor, using this method - you can disregard where the old one was, since you are making a new one every time you do this. Unlike the screen cropping area with the green rectangle, which is moved around.

 

The green rectangle will automatically relocate itself relative to your new hot spot, so after you draw the red hotspot just click ok - then you can always go back and adjust the green rectangle afterwards, don’t do both at once since clicklearn will both relocate and take into account that you manually moved it.

 

In short, hold shift, draw hotspot - click OK and you are done! :)

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Thanks Morten. This is useful, and I like that you provide a couple of different options.

 

Around the 6’28” mark, how are you creating the hotspot in red? I looks like you’re just clicking and dragging, but when I try that with a similar step it wants to just move the green rectangle.

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