2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 22, 2010 5:23 PM by dorismaep

    Full Motion Recording

    dorismaep Level 1

      Is full motion recording an accurate method for recording software application interactions?

        • 1. Re: Full Motion Recording
          Lilybiri MVP & Adobe Community Professional

          Hello,

           

          Please mention the version of CP you are using, and be a little bit more elaborate in your questions.

           

          Personally I never use Full Motion Recording and have done quite a lot of software tutorials since years. There are several reasons for my choice:

          • editing of FMR is much more limited than editing of static slides
          • quality of FMR to be acceptable you have to use 32-bit which lead to big filesizes
          • interaction is not possible, and after several surveys with the users of my tutorials I concluded that interaction is really needed

           

          I will however insert small FMR-clips in the tutorials, whenever necessary. Those are the moments that are also choosen when you capture in Automatic mode: for drag-and-drop and mouse wheel actions. You can also force a FMR during capture by using the shortcut keys F9 (switch to FMR) and F10 (stop FMR and go back to normal recording mode).

           

          Lilybiri

          • 2. Re: Full Motion Recording
            dorismaep Level 1

              I am using CP4. Thanks for the feedback. I am new to the forum. I just joined on yesterday.