MacOS: Make Screen Recording with the Bunch Tool

MacOS: Make Screen Recording with the Bunch Tool

I regularly record my screen to document bugs. Active windows, desktop icons and my screen background annoy me. How can I auto clear and adjust the screen without buying screencasting software?

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free automation tools “bunch” Comes with everything you need for recording with a clean background. Write the required commands in a text document called Screencast.bunch, which you store under Documents/Bunches.

Order (hide dock), (hide desktop) And (screen #9a9a9a) Create a clean screen with a neutral background. Two @ signs in a row also hide all currently running apps as long as the bunch is active.

If you always record the same program, put its name on a separate line, followed by a caret – for example Notes^ Notes app. If you want to provide a selection, you can do so using an interactive variable definition:

# Bildschirm aufraeumen
(hide dock)
(hide desktop)
(screen #9a9a9a)
# Aktive Apps ausblenden
@@
# Abfrage, welche App aufgezeichnet werden soll
hauptdarsteller = ?{Notes, Reminders, Photos} "Welches Programm moechtest Du aufzeichnen?"
# Programm starten und in den Vordergrund bringen
${hauptdarsteller}^
# Quicktime Player starten
QuickTime Player
# Oeffnen-Dialog beenden, Aufnahme-Tools einblenden
- {cmd-Punkt ctrl-cmd-N}

The only thing missing is the screen capture. To do this, call QuickTime Player in the second line. Key combination Cmd+. Closes the File Open dialog that appears by default, while Ctrl+Cmd+n displays the screen recording tool. To run the program after it has started, type two indented shortcut keys under the program name, surrounded by curly brackets.

If Bunch App is running with this configuration, you can activate and deactivate screen recording with two clicks or a keyboard shortcut: QuickTime Player closes, screen backgrounds, icons of previously active apps, and windows reappeared. give.


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