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Creating Flash Presentation using Auto Panning Easily.

At this moment, there are many way to make a presentation. One of them is to use a screen capture. We will show you how to make a presentation using screen capture with auto panninng. Panning is a way to move the capture area during capturing session. Moving capturing area is useful when you want to record different part of desktop one at a time. Without panning, your only option is to record the whole desktop which is not quite effective as the resulting presentation will be very large.

Here is the result

Software: Flash Demo Builder
Time: Less than 5 minutes
Skill: Beginner


1. You can start create a presentation by downloading the trial version from here
2. Run Flash Demo Builder.
3. From startup menu, choose "Screen Capture" & click on "OK" button.

Flash Demo Builder will show a window to choose the record settings.

Choose "Automatic" for recording mode. At the dropdown, choose "Demostration". Automatic is recording mode to automatically takes a screenshot, insert an auto caption, a mouse click highlight and a mouse movement depending on the keyboard and the mouse activities. A Demostration automatically adds a mouse movement, an auto caption and a mouse click highlight.
You can click "edit" button if you want to change the setting. We have checked some settings. To edit the setting of Pan Capture, click on "Pan" tab. You can choose automatically or manually settings. We use automatically settings.

The rest we use default. Then click "OK" button.

4. A capture window will show. You can either select a running application window by clicking on Select and application to capture button, resize and drag the red capture window manually or by dragging the smart snap cursor into any window.

For this tutorial, we drag the icon. To start capturing, click on "Start Capturing" button.

5. Flash Demo Builder will show a window to choose the project dimension. We choose "Same as Capture Area".

6. Now, time to make a demontration. You can end the capturing session by clicking on the icon at the bottom right corner of your desktop as shown below or by pressing a Ctrl + End button. Throughout the capture session, a mouse movement, an auto caption and a mouse click highlight will be added.

7. Your flash prsentation is done. You have to publish this project into a flash file before upload it into your own website.

Here is the result

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