On Oct 16th, Apple has transferred the responsibility of OS X Java support to Oracle. This means that Java plugin must be re-installed from Oracle’s website.
This basically forces the users on Mac OS X to install Java plugin manually. Our screen recorder requires Java to work, so we describe here the steps required to make sure that you have a functional Java version. Continue reading
Good news for all users of Atlassian Jira!
We have released ScreenMail – Screen Recording for Jira as a plugin.
With the plugin, you can create issues for bugs and tasks by recording them directly from your screen. The plugin works without any desktop installations in Windows, Linux and OS X. Continue reading
There is a gap in your communication tool set. If you’d like to create and send remote presentations to specific individuals by recording your screen view while narrating the presentation with your microphone, when the other person is not there, which tool do you use?
David Allen’s Getting Things Done philosophy has changed the lives of many professionals, including myself. One of its central points is the concept of an Inbox.
Your inbox, a seemingly mundane holder of things, is in fact your shield against distractions, interruptions and context switching. Though the types of inboxes range from regular mailboxes to RSS feeds, the most important one for many of us is the email inbox. Continue reading
There’s a common challenge that many of us face every day.
Let’s look at the simple situation in which you have to show something on your screen to Bill, or you want to see something on Bill’s screen. But Bill is not there with you. Here, your problems begin…
Dream Broker uses screen recording videos internally to accelerate development projects and communication. To make it easier to understand what that means in practise, we asked a few people to tell us what they actually use screen recording videos for, and show real-world example videos. Don’t miss out on these inspiring examples.
If you are using Jira for issue management, you know how time consuming it is to write comprehensive descriptions of new features, issues, and bugs. Hours, even days can be wasted if a single word is wrong.