My tutorial sessions took awhile: I began creating a podcast-tutorial to use Heritage Quest Online, first by capturing a live search on Jing, reminding myself why a storyboard script and rehearsal are so important, after 6 hours, gave up on that working well. Then I captured the part of every screen shot (shift-cmd-4) I wanted)= of every step in using a complete search, saved in iPhoto, created a Garage Band enhanced podcast, imported and placed the pictures. but the small size of the graphics was maddening.
So I surfed around to the other participants in the Digital class, and thought, "I might as well give Clarify-It a try" and while it took two hours, it was a wonderful way to create a tutorial, something I've been doing often this year as an ed-tech who often trains teachers to use new technology. This software would be useful for this purpose.
The promise of being able to save it to Drop Box was the only thing I was unable to accomplish, perhaps that is in the paid version. I saved it as a pdf and created a Clarify-It account for them to host my tutorial. What is really nice is that when I wanted to edit the tutorial, it allowed me to do so, and provided the same link as the first upload, just changed one sentence.
The link is; http://geotechlibrarian.clarify-it.com/d/m2x9t4