If you want to use still photos of your screen, it's easy. Just press the Prt Scr button on your keyboard (this takes a picture of your screen and saves it to your clipboard) and then paste it into a program like Photoshop Elements so that you can save it as a JPEG.
If you want live video of your web site, you'll need to invest in software that captures your movements onscreen and records it as a MP4 or SWF file. The best (and the one we use to create tutorials for Muvipix.com) is Camtasia Studio. It sells for about $300.
Thank you very much.
I am putting together a tutorial on how to navigate and use my company's web-site. How do I video record my navigation of the website for import into Premiere Elements? I am thinking it is something easy I am missing. Do I simply shoot a video of my computer screen as I am navigating the site, or can my computer record in video format what I am doing on the screen? I am using Vista on a Toshiba laptop.
Adobe also selll their own video capture software 'Captivate'.
Or here's a whole page of video capture software: http://capture.software.informer.com/download-capture-video-and-record-screen-action-in-av i/.
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