iPad screenrecording: how?
benr_mc at cogapp.com
Tue Mar 6 10:09:06 CST 2012
On 06/03/2012 14:22, Colin Holgate wrote:
> Unfortunately he only takes PayPal, which I don't like to use, and there
> isn't the usual option of paying via PayPal with a credit card
Yes I feel the same way - I wimped out and got one of my colleagues to buy the
license for me!
On 06/03/2012 14:33, Colin Holgate wrote:
> It does allow 10 minutes of use in the demo mode, which for what I need right now is fine! Have you found a way for it to show an iPad at 100%? the image is more like 852x639. It's also somewhat poor quality video when there is a lot going on.
I think part of the answer may be to get a really large monitor! (Or force
orientation to landscape.) You can switch off the 'frame'; and you can adjust
the size of the window (invisible grow box in the corner) - however that lets
you get bigger than true size. On a 1920 x 1200 monitor, I can get the iPad
screen at 864 x 1157; presumably if I fiddled around enough I could get it
There is a 'zoom' menu item, which seems to be like the green "+" button:
toggle between maximum visible size and whatever the size was before; I
suggest that's options for exact sizes would a good feature request (along
with a paypal alternative).
The missing element for me is displaying touches, which I think it would be
unreasonable to ask for - I don't suppose it's in the AirPlay stream. I've
been experimenting with sending touch info over the network to another
LiveCode app on the Mac, that can then use a tiny 'system window' stack to
show where the touch is. Sort of worked but (a) NO SOCKET SUPPORT ON IOS so I
hacked it with HTTP, very inefficient and (b) my app crashes if I touch it a
... hoping socket support on mobile is addressed soon
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