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  1. #11
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    Question My Setup | Still Not Sure

    Hi there and thanks again!

    I have Art Rage on my iPad, and QuickTime on my Mac.

    I'm still not sure how to create art on the iPad, but film it on the Mac?
    I was hoping to do it all on the iPad so I can make and record the artworks if I leave the house and computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markw View Post
    Hello Benjamin
    So to clarify;
    You have ArtRage on an iPad
    You have a Macbook
    You have AtRage4 on the Mac?

    If all the above is true, what version of Quicktime do you have on the Macbook? You will need v10 to use the the screen capture feature. If memory serves, I think v10 of Quicktime came in with Apple’s release of Lion or Mountain Lion OS.

    If you have all the above in place then you should be good to go and not need any other additional software to make the capture as the screen recording will not be happening on the iPad but on the Mac.

    Export the AR Script from the iPad. Open it in AR4 on the Macbook. Start the QT screen record. Start the script playback in AR4. Save the screen recording of the script playing in AR4. Send the file to your editor.

  2. #12
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    You can't replay a script back on an iPad (iPads don't allow apps to import custom files, and it would be a very complicated, memory intensive process anyway), you will need a computer to actually create a video recording. There is no way round this.

    Scripts are a set of instructions for ArtRage, telling it to 'move this brush there, zoom in this much, change that colour'. You will need one of the desktop versions (ArtRage 3, Lite or 4) to actually use that script. When ArtRage is following the script, you can use screen recording software as described to record the painting process, just as if you were painting live on the computer.

    Quicktime on Macs can be set to record whatever you're doing on your iPad screen, allowing you to ignore scripts entirely, but you will still need to be hooked up to a computer:
    http://ioshacker.com/how-to/use-quic...-running-ios-8

    [Edit: forgot you were on a Mac, you can ignore this recommendation!] - For a decent free program on Windows, there's https://screencast-o-matic.com/home - the main limitation of the free version is that it can only record 15min at a time.


    Your friend CAN use the ArtRage 4 demo to play scripts back - www.artrage.com/demos - so if she knows more about this stuff, you might want to leave that step to her.

  3. #13
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    Try this :

    http://www.lonelyscreen.com/

    It is for Windows or Mac and enables the iPad screen to be sent to your PC via Airplay.

    Its Quick Start section gives straightforward instructions, and the Download section includes a video at the bottom!

    I tried it on Windows and it seems to work pretty well.

    Best of all I think it is free!

  4. #14
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    Thank You

    Thank you so much, big help.
    I'm onto it!

    Benjamin L.M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HannahRage View Post
    You can't replay a script back on an iPad (iPads don't allow apps to import custom files, and it would be a very complicated, memory intensive process anyway), you will need a computer to actually create a video recording. There is no way round this.

    Scripts are a set of instructions for ArtRage, telling it to 'move this brush there, zoom in this much, change that colour'. You will need one of the desktop versions (ArtRage 3, Lite or 4) to actually use that script. When ArtRage is following the script, you can use screen recording software as described to record the painting process, just as if you were painting live on the computer.

    Quicktime on Macs can be set to record whatever you're doing on your iPad screen, allowing you to ignore scripts entirely, but you will still need to be hooked up to a computer:
    http://ioshacker.com/how-to/use-quic...-running-ios-8

    [Edit: forgot you were on a Mac, you can ignore this recommendation!] - For a decent free program on Windows, there's https://screencast-o-matic.com/home - the main limitation of the free version is that it can only record 15min at a time.


    Your friend CAN use the ArtRage 4 demo to play scripts back - www.artrage.com/demos - so if she knows more about this stuff, you might want to leave that step to her.

  5. #15
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    Great

    Great, thanks a lot for that, very helpful.
    I will try it.
    I just want the easiest possible set-up to make art and record the film.
    I also want it easy to edit for my YouTuber who is doing that.

    Enjoy!

    Benjamin L.M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSaucers View Post
    Try this :

    http://www.lonelyscreen.com/

    It is for Windows or Mac and enables the iPad screen to be sent to your PC via Airplay.

    Its Quick Start section gives straightforward instructions, and the Download section includes a video at the bottom!

    I tried it on Windows and it seems to work pretty well.

    Best of all I think it is free!

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