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Best recording/editing software?

Hey, what do you guys think is the best recording and editing software for Minecraft. Free or Paid. I want to start making youtubes videos and need help on what to use, Thanks! I use MacBook Pro (MC975CH/A), by the way.

Hey, what do you guys think is the best recording and editing software for Minecraft. Free or Paid. I want to start making youtubes videos and need help on what to use, Thanks! I use MacBook Pro (MC975CH/A), by the way.

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On teh Mac, QuickTiem can perform screen captures for you, and it's included free with your Mac.  I used to use Snapz Pro X from Ambrosia, but Lion broke their ability to record sound, and they haven't quite gotten that fixed yet.  It works great if you're still using Snow Leopard though, and not very expensive.  I don't remember the name of the package that many people who create professional Screen Casts use, but it only runs about $100 for a license for it.

 

You can do basic, simple crops/trims in QuickTime, A little more advanced editing in iMovie, both of which should have come with your Mac.  For more advanced still, you can go all out and buy software like Final Cut or Logic.  I'm sure there are plenty of other apps you can use too, because PhotoShop has video capabilities in the latestest versions, as well as I believe that Aperture does too.  You can probably find several more in the Mac App Store as well.


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On teh Mac, QuickTiem can perform screen captures for you, and it's included free with your Mac.  I used to use Snapz Pro X from Ambrosia, but Lion broke their ability to record sound, and they haven't quite gotten that fixed yet.  It works great if you're still using Snow Leopard though, and not very expensive.  I don't remember the name of the package that many people who create professional Screen Casts use, but it only runs about $100 for a license for it.

 

You can do basic, simple crops/trims in QuickTime, A little more advanced editing in iMovie, both of which should have come with your Mac.  For more advanced still, you can go all out and buy software like Final Cut or Logic.  I'm sure there are plenty of other apps you can use too, because PhotoShop has video capabilities in the latestest versions, as well as I believe that Aperture does too.  You can probably find several more in the Mac App Store as well.


Jerry B.
"GeekBoy"

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Jerry B.
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