Sometimes we have these apps that are a must to have installed and we always forget to mention them because we assume everybody already knows about them…
I realized that Audacity is one of these fantastic apps…so I am going to break the cycle of not mentioning the basics…right now.
Audacity is a powerful music editor, recorder and player (also it’s free open source). You can either record your music, edit your tracks for DJs or wannabe sound editors or even for the newest millennial podcastor! A lot of features that you would probably pay big bucks with other apps (that you’d have to purchase), you end up getting for free with Audacity.
So get your PowerPC out of the closet and start playing with Audacity. It’s really fun and maybe we can find yourself with a new hobby or even a new profession.
There are many reasons for why you should have a good application to screen recordings. I think the most popular reason would be for podcasting as you’ll need an application more advanced than Quicktime screen recorder, that allows you to better edit your video. For me, ScreenFlow was very competent and easily ran on my PowerPC.
*ScreenFlow 2.1.10 (Demo – $99.00) – PowerPC – Leopard 10.5 – http://www.telestream.net/screen-flow/overview.htm – It’s very dynamic,easy to use screen recording application. The interface it’s very clean and a fter afew hours of playing with it, you probably will feel very comfortable with its features and effects. This reminds me a little bit of GarageBand and it’s easy to add additional voice recorder, music, images and let your imagination flow. The results will be a very professional video. ScreenFlow also helps you in publishing your clips to web-sites/blogs or to Youtube/Vimeo. If you have a PowerPC Mac with web-cam and a good microphone, and feel like you want to podcast or create tutorials, we encourage you to give ScreenFlow a try. If the results are satisfactory, send your clips to us and we will share them on our Facebook/Twitter page.
P.S.: Before you purchase this application contact Telestream and make sure that they are still providing serial-numbers for the version 2.1.10.