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RimmonTrieu says

When reviewing I have seen many authors start to put video tutorial besides the main documentation. Just wanna say this is really good trend since a video tutorial can bring much more information than a normal plain word doc.

So if any author out there has sometime to shoot a short video clip explaining what your file really can do or how to customize them please do so, we love to see something in action, don’t we :)

A picture says thoudsand words, a video says …ergh… million words :D

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MarkBrodhuber Envato team says

Agreed.

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TPN Envato team says

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dxc says

I just started using Camtasia to do my tutorials. It is pretty cool. You just pick where you want it to record, and it will zoom in and out automatically to the windows. Once you are done you can get rid of unwanted zooms.

Here is the link to one for my flash Cafepress store.

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