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Need to make a "webpage group" movie

Need to make a "webpage group" movie

Need to make a "webpage group" movie

This is going to be a doozie! In a nutshell, I need to make a movie of 6 or 7 webpages. What I mean is I need to set up a movie to show a homepage, show the cursor navigating around it and activating things, then going to a subpage, then moving on to the next website in the presentation. I know next to nothing about making .mov's let alone capturing onscreen motion and turning THAT into a movie file, so I don't even know where to begin! =P Is there a utility that can just take what's on screen and turn it into a mov file? Then maybe I can splie the separate files together into a presentation?

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RE: Need to make a "webpage group" movie

goto download.com and search through their downloads for screen capturing software. some will even make movies of your desktop. Many however, with this feature are shareware, and are limited.

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