I’ve been busily working on some custom screencasts for a couple of clients. One of them has now the finally approved version ready for the App Store. In this special episode I wanted to show how custom screencasts usually look like. They are different from the screencasts you’re usually seeing at Mac OS X Screencasts in terms of design. I’m always trying to find a solution that works best for my clients, i.e. using their fonts and adapting to their corporate design.
Audanika is the creator of a music app for iPad and iPhone. Their Pro version is able to send MIDI signals using CoreMIDI. There’s also going to be a free version, in case you want to try things out first.
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