Talking with someone face to face who is thousands of kilometers away from you is no more a miracle today. It is possible with live chatting. In a company, if there is a meeting and all the participants are not physically present at the meeting place then they can carry out their meeting using video conferencing. The task of live chatting becomes difficult in the situation if participants of chatting have too much difference in time zone. For example, if one of participant is sitting in UK and other one is site in India and both want to talk to each other then in such situation they can talk to each other by sending their recorded video. You can record your video on your Mac using iSight and iMovie. Students living in UK now no more need to wake up in night to talk to their parents but they can send their recorded videos to their parents and parents in return can too send their own recorded videos in their free time. So recording videos is the best way now to reach each other.
To record your videos, open iMovie and find the camera button that is located on the left hand side of the camera toolbar and click it. After clicking, you will be presented a screen where you can open file menu and click on “Import from Camera”. If you don’t have another camera connected but iSight is there, iMovie will launch a window where you will see your own preview. You can now press the capture button and give a name to your new Event and after this press the capture button again. Your recording now starts and you can say everything that you wanted to say in chat. After recording is complete, press the stop button and recording is ready. You can record multiple clips following the same procedure. You can find your recorded clips in the Event Library present at the bottom side of the screen. Editing of recorded clips is also very easier. You can now attach this video to your email and send to your friends or parents.
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