Susan Ettenheim posted a question as a comment on another post regarding VoiceThread. I don’t have an answer, so I’m hoping someone else will.

Does anyone know how to download an offline copy of a VoiceThread digital story, other than using screencasting software which records a region of the screen? (I’ve posted other options for downloading YouTube and other flash-based web videos previously, but I’ve never tried one of these techniques with VoiceThread.

For screen recording, I’ve used Smart’s Recorder application (the license requires that you have a SmartBoard) and I use commercial SnapZPro X (which I’ve purchased) to make other screen recordings. I’m hoping there is a free tool / way to download an offline copy of a VoiceThread story.

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  • Ben


    I noticed your post and thought I would give you the answer straight from the “horses mouth”. We are nearly finished developing a few export functions for Voicethreads and should have them available for you in a few weeks. The tricky part has been keeping the ‘doodles’ alive on the exported version.

    Thanks for your patience!


  • AllanahK

    Excellent- thanks Voicethread and Wes

  • Elementality

    Any solution yet?

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