Make great-quality screencasts using Apple’s QuickTime Player for Mac!

Are you looking for an ultra low-cost, no-nonsense way to make high-quality screencasts on your Mac – for software tutorials, or video slide presentations? If you’re using a relatively modern Mac, you’ve got a great little screencasting application already loaded on your machine: QuickTime Player.

This video walks you step-by-step through the process of recording your Mac computer screen (including voice-over) using QuickTime Player, to create high-quality screencasts.

Interested in learning how to include computer sound in your QuickTime Player screen recordings? Check out my video tutorial: How To Record Computer Sound In QuickTime Screen Recordings.

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Michael Kinney

Michael is an award-winning media creator with 30 years of professional video production experience. He's written, produced, directed, hosted, recorded, and edited a variety of media projects - from TV documentaries to interactive learning.

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