Eclipse Screencasts

As part of the June launch, I would like to make available a series of screencasts featuring the new Eclipse features. The idea is to provide 2-4 minute demos of different Eclipse features. I’ve suggested to each of the projects that this might be a useful way to communicate their new features. However, I also think it would be interesting for some users to provide screencasts of their favorite feature. If we get a lot, we might have to have a edit and review process before we post them on eclipse.org.

Camtasia and vnc2sfw, an open soource tool, seem to be the popular tools for creating screencasts. Let me know if you’re interested in helping out or better yet show me some of you favorite features.

3 Responses to Eclipse Screencasts

  1. RefuX says:

    Please require voice!
    Silent screen casts suck.

  2. Anonymous says:

    You can also evaluate http://www.debugmode.com/wink/ (afaik it is free to use)

  3. Ed Burnette says:

    Articulate is nice for converting powerpoint presentations (with voice). They use it over at javalobby.org for expert presentations.
    http://www.articulate.com/

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