Screen recording for showing work progress or teachings
Wondering if you guys could incorporate a timelapse tool inside the app to record the artwork being done?
You can export a video time-lapse in procreate on the iPad. It would be great to have this feature on the desktop for adobe in general with the option to hide layers that you don't want to show in the video (e.g reference images). Just a thought!
I would also welcome this, but at a slightly different level, that is, record at the data level to save on data bloat. What I mean is record the coordinates, color, stroke, etc., so basically the history of what was done and be able to export that as a video.
I'm assuming most of this could be done by utilizing unlimited history states, and writing that as a separate rider file so it can be saved and picked up again, even after closing that document / program.
Brent Morrison commented
Have the ability to record your screen while you work in order to show the progress of work or document "how to" using video. Something similar to Procreate, a digital illustration app. Right now I use Quicktime to record my screen but it shows my whole desktop and requires editing in premier. It would be great for showing our clients work in progress or easily train new hires.
I have better idea: make History panel and make this export feature part of it