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Author: John Sebastian | Website: http://www.flashanimtricks.com/

Making ScreenCast for Your Facebook Account

In this digital era where people in the different place can be connected to each other through social networking website either for business or for personal.
Facebook is one of the most popular networking website ever. In this opportunity we will show you what we think as the easiest way to make screencast to Facebook
from a PPT file. Not only for trivial matters people share what they have in the site, even things such as seminar or training can be shared in Facebook easily.

Here is the result

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


1. You can start make a screencast by downloading the trial version from here
2. Run Flash Demo Builder.
3. From startup menu, choose "PowerPoint file" & click on "OK" button.

Flash Demo Builder will show PowerPoint import windows to choose the dimension, background, transition.
In this case, we leave it as default.

Choose PPT file you'd like to publish and click on the Open button.

Your ppt file will be imported into Flash Demo Builder. For this tutorial, we use the default.

4. Click Publish menu bar and choose "Publish ScreenCast to Facebook".

You can change the thumbnail. Click on "Thumbnail dropdown".

For this session, we choose "Capture thumbnail from slide", then click on slide 1.
Click on "OK" button to start publish the screencast.

5. Login into your account in Facebook.

Then you have to click on "Add to Profile" button.

Facebook will asked your permission. You can click on "Add" button to allow publishing into your Facebook's account.

6. Finally, you can click on "Publish your screencast".

To share this screencast to your friend, you can click on "Publish" button.

7. Your screencast on your wall now. Your friend will see it.

Here is the result

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Added: 2010-05-09
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