Project Chronicle is a free technology preview that makes it simple for you to record, video, audio, and all software actions like commands or settings so you can easily share your knowledge with everyone.
Project Chronicle's Product Manager is Eric Stover and he provided a great overview of the latest update is included below. Eric also graciously agreed to participate in a Google Hangout with me on January 30th at 3pm PST. More details on the Project Chronicle Hangout to follow.
Chronicle consists of a recording utility to capture recordings, and a website that displays the recordings as Chronicles, interactive video tutorials. The videos can be shared publically or set to private, so that they can be used as internal training materials for a private office or classroom. In essence, Project Chronicle will allow software experts to showcase their expertise and will allow other users to view and learn from their real-world expert examples.
The Chronicle Recording Utility allows users to capture workflows from within Autodesk products. The utility records a continuous video screen capture and optionally voice narration. What makes Chronicle unique is that is also records the timing and details of workflow information, such as the commands, tools, settings, and dialog boxes that are used during the workflow. Captured data is then uploaded to the Chronicle Website. An author can then publish the Chronicle as either public or private, so that the desired user group can view a video of the workflow. Additionally, the captured workflow events are displayed on an interactive timeline, enhancing the viewing and learning experience.
Here’s what’s new in the latest release:
• Custom recording region, monitor recording, and screenshots.
• Specifying the language of the recording.
• Automatic publishing and sharing from the Recorder application.
• Option of key input capture.
• Option to disable mouse visualization in the video.