If I read this correctly, you want to make a screen cast of yourself working on an image in Photoshop, right?
You would need to use screen capture software like Adobe Captivate, Tech Smith's Camtasia or possibly Jing.
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I checked out your suggestions, and I don't think that will do what I need. I'll try to go into more detail. I am planning on having the last video frame
of a clip freeze and than progressively change into a drawing. Not like a dissolve but showing the pencil strokes that make the video frame turn into
a drawing. I need this to be 1080p quality and of the artwork only, not of the application that I'm using. Hope this clears up my needs. And thank you for your time on this. Dell
Are you planning to make a new image for each frame of the transformation -- like an animator does?
No, I was hoping to use the recording actions setting in Photoshop CS6, or use the pencil stokes actions, to play (not real time) but a much condensed version. It won't be an animation, but a shortened video of the artists actions in creating the pencil drawing of the video frame. I have thought of using After Effects and progressively building a line drawing one frame at a time, but it wouldn't have the same feel as a real time action. I'm am guessing that a drawing will take several hours if not more to complete, take the recording and render it out into a shorter version.