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Capture System Audio
Preserve everything you hear out of your Mac's speakers. Screenium utilises the well-respected SoundFlower audio driver to capture all audio from applications, websites and the system itself internally. So if you'd like to show how to find a video file on YouTube, how to preview a song in iTunes or start a video chat, all audio you hear - your screencast's viewers will hear it, too.
Narrate your lessons
Add a microphone and explain what you do while you do it. Simply pass on your screencast then. It's just as if you'd explain it in person - except that you don't have to actually be there. Your screencast's viewers can then go back and run through the steps again and again when they want to, as often as they need to. If something occurrs to you after capturing the screencast, you can change the audio comment any time in the video editor or even record a completely new voice ove.
All CoreAudio compatible microphones and audio interfaces are supported, giving you the choice of a vast number of input options. Your iMac or MacBook (Pro) comes with an internal microphone? Perfect! Just start with what you already have.
Include a video feed
Optionally include a video of yourself by means of your iSight or any other Quicktime compatible webcam. Use Screenium to record a lecture? A webcam is perfect for capturing a whiteboard or flip-chart, too.
Direct your viewers' attention through the use of mouse visualisation. Single-click or double-click an item? The mouse click counter helps answer that question. Simply set and forget the visualisation and let Screenium take care of the details - so you can completely concentrate on your demonstration.
When you export your screencast, mouse visualization is automatically added.