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ScreenCaster enables the teacher to broadcast the teacher’s screen to all students computers by a single click.
The interface is user-friendly and intuitive. ScreenCaster is easy to use and doesn’t require any computer knowledge to operate.
The students simply need to click an icon in the tray and be connected to a classroom computer.
ScreenCaster has a user-friendly interface. Users can adjust the settings and preferences.
ScreenCaster is designed for both Windows XP and Windows 2000.
ScreenCaster provides the following features:
* Secure and efficient broadcasting of one or more monitors simultaneously from one computer
* Simultaneous and secure presentation of multimedia content such as digitized images, video and sound
* Automated transmission of student inputs by mouse and keyboard
* Easy maintenance of a single broadcasting computer
ScreenCaster supports the features of Windows for Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
ScreenCaster works on the following operating systems:
Windows 2000, Windows XP
ScreenCaster is a Windows application. It comes as a self-contained application and runs in the background.
The user interface is similar to most other Windows applications with a very simple design. Once the application is executed, it shows a small icon in the system tray. Once the application is selected, it will ask for the user’s network address. The default port is 9999. It is possible to run the application in stealth mode. In stealth mode, the application does not show in the system tray as a normal Windows tray icon, but it will be activated when its need arises.
The system tray icon has two icons, one with a stop sign and the other with a broadcast icon. The stop sign indicates that ScreenCaster is stopped broadcasting. The broadcasting icon indicates that the broadcasting is started.
ScreenCaster supports the following broadcast modes:
1.Send the full screen of the teacher
2.Send the full screen of the students
3.Send the present full screen of the teacher
4.Send the present full screen of the students
5.Send the entire screen of the teacher
6.Send the entire screen of the students
It is possible to send more than one monitor through ScreenCaster.
It is possible to view the video on the teacher’s computer by using VLC player or Power VNC viewer.
ScreenCaster can be used in four modes:
1.A broadcasting mode where the users of the system are connected to their own computers and
The TrackBack System lets any web site owner to create unique trackbacks or pingbacks to other web sites. Trackbacks are simple yet effective. One uses a program to build a link back to the trackback web site on any page of their web site.
When a visitor clicks the link on your website, this visitor can be redirected to any other site they want. The idea is to advertise your website outside of your own website.
The TrackBack System was developed by Brian Smith in November 2003 for his personal use. TrackBack later added TrackBack Caching and integration with Pingbacks.
If you are interested in monitoring your trackback activity, then you should check the Pingback Monitor. It allows you to monitor and export your trackback activity to any spreadsheet program.
The TrackBack system provides the ability to attach links to
various sections of a web page (i.e., head, body, etc.). You can
also define conditions for the trackback, such as who should be able
to create trackbacks to your web site. You can even attach your own
description to the trackback.
The TrackBack system provides a visual display of what URL’s
references your web page. It also provides a link to the web page
your web page references.
The TrackBack system also provides a backup server. Each time
your web page is updated the record of the previous version is
saved. This allows you to revert to the earlier version of your page
if there is a problem with the current version.
TrackBack™ is a web based program that is designed to trackback or trackdown a selected website or site and display all of the links used to get to the selected site on the web page of interest.
Trackback™ will track back to the selected site, as often as you like, providing a unique link back to that site. Once the link is clicked, the web page is loaded to that same address.
Most web browsers, including Netscape, Internet Explorer, AOL, Google, etc. have built in trackback functionality. You can use this feature of these browsers to trackback to a site that you like.
The AttachPort is a stand alone utility for attaching Port numbers to websites. AttachPort is a fast and easy way to attach domain names, sub domains and IP addresses to website resources. AttachPort is simple to use and helps to preserve your domain name.
AttachPort is multi-threaded
The ScreenCaster software is a great tool if used in a classroom or in a computer lab environment to aid in the teaching of students how to work with computers.
ScreenCaster supports up to 100 units simultaneously. The teacher can broadcast a live or prerecorded video stream of what the teacher is doing on the computer. The teacher can also broadcast recorded versions of the screen or the entire computer screen when the teacher is no longer in the classroom. Once an application is broadcasted, it will remain displayed on the student’s computer and the teacher can end it by selecting “Stop Sending Screens”. When the teacher is finished with the stream of screens, he can press “Start Sending Screens” again and all screens will be broadcasted again.
Screens that are broadcasted can then be downloaded or viewed on the student’s computer at a later date if the teacher chooses to save it.
In this tutorial, we will cover how to use ScreenCaster to develop a teacher-student web conference video demonstration.
To begin, you will need to set up both the ScreenServer and the ScreenClient software on your teachers computer.
Download and install the ScreenClient software.
Once the software has been installed, launch it and follow the instructions to complete the install.
You will need to complete the First Time Setup by navigating the user account control to the General tab and entering a name for the student’s account.
This will be the name that will be displayed in the student’s account on the ScreenClient software. If you do not set a password for the student, a password is generated for him and he can log in to the computer at any time to view the screencast.
You will also be prompted to specify the screencast’s resolution, such as 640×480 or 320×240. The resolution of each computer will also need to match the ScreenCaster video format.
In addition, you will need to specify the ScreenCaster’s network IP address. This may be the IP address of the computer running the ScreenClient software and the ScreenServer software. It may also be the computer on which you are running the ScreenServer software. The ScreenClient software will then connect to the ScreenServer software at the specified IP address on port number 9999.
In the next step, you will be asked to specify the ScreenServer software’s root directory. You will need to select the directory where you have the ScreenServer’s executable file.
When complete, your teacher’s computer is
ScreenCaster is a good program for the classroom.
It’s easy to use, it’s free, and it’s tiny!
ScreenCaster runs on Windows 98, 2000, or XP.
ScreenCaster allows you to send screen shots of your desktop to any Windows computer on the network.
Use ScreenCaster to show a computer activity, an animated presentation, or a screen shot of your desktop.
ScreenCaster is a desktop-to-desktop screen-sending program. You have to select the destination, and then send the information to that destination using a simple TCP/IP connection. You can even control what each computer sees using the Monitor Mode.
You can control the screen-sending process remotely, using NetMeeting.
ScreenCaster is perfect for showing your desktop to remote colleagues and collaborators, or for teaching students using an interactive whiteboard.
Key Features Include:
￭ Free Screen Casting
￭ Monitor mode (remote control)
￭ One to many sending capability
￭ Run in stealth mode if someone uses the computer with the icon tray
￭ Maximize the application icon in the tray or tray bar
￭ Comes with your personal teaching play list
￭ Built in remote Control applicationI’m looking into audio technology as I’m also going to be using a Faraday cage next year, so I’m in need of a small amplifier circuit and some head amp-type circuits that I can use for an audio project.
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Size: 4″ x 4″
Power Source: (USB, at the moment, but I’d like to go through a battery pack)
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Power: 12V DC, 5.25W
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OS: Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i5, Core i7, AMD Athlon 64, AMD Turion 64
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible graphics card with at least 1024 MB VRAM (NVIDIA graphics cards only)
Storage: 3 GB available hard drive space
Sound: DirectX 9 compatible sound card
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