Quality of Screencasts, Screenshots

Hi everyone,

I'm sure questions like this get asked all the time, but I couldn't find an answer using the search forum. My general question is whether the quality of the display of the computer you are using affects the quality of any screencasts or screenshots you may take. I sorta think that there are other factors that are more important for screencasts (e.g., recording at same resolution and aspect ratio that the presentation will ultimately be viewed in), but I was wondering whether there are hardware considerations that would affect the quality (especially of screenshots).  Any other general considerations to keep in mind? Thanks. 

Joe 

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Kai ...

@Joseph, I had the same questions & problem and actually still do.  This is what someone recommended additional tutorials here on how to add screen recordings

I ended up resorting to static images and created the effect of screen recording. I hope this helps a bit. If you do find a solution, please let me know.

Joseph Flanagan said:

Hi everyone,

I'm sure questions like this get asked all the time, but I couldn't find an answer using the search forum. My general question is whether the quality of the display of the computer you are using affects the quality of any screencasts or screenshots you may take. I sorta think that there are other factors that are more important for screencasts (e.g., recording at same resolution and aspect ratio that the presentation will ultimately be viewed in), but I was wondering whether there are hardware considerations that would affect the quality (especially of screenshots).  Any other general considerations to keep in mind? Thanks. 

Joe