Describing code with slides

John Graves jg07024 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 23:48:58 CET 2012


I'm trying to work out the best way to provide a description of some code
in a set of presentation slides which can be played backward and forward
through the bits that someone is trying to understand (rather than using a
screencast -- where you can never seem to rewind just the right amount ...).

This example
http://slidespeech.com/s/dLItUXnOen/
required taking multiple screenshots and then importing them into
PowerPoint with Insert > Photo Album.

I added a voice over script to the speaker notes.

The result was then run through SlideSpeech.

If the code is available on a website, the slides can link to that site:
http://slidespeech.com/s/dLItUXnOen?link=http://codepad.org/X1GPad5c

Any suggestions on
1/ how to speed up the authoring process for this or
2/ improve the display of the code (such as avoiding showing all the IDE)?
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