My Favorite Leopard Feature: iChat Screen Sharing

There is far too much gushing all over the ‘net about the new Mac OS X Leopard operating system. Deservedly so.

Today I had two requests by others with Leopard to try out the screen sharing in iChat. In order to show others how simple this is to perform, I thought I’d put together this 2.5 minute screencast and then thought “Hey…I could post it too” so here it is:

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  1. Henry on October 29, 2007 at 3:33 pm

    I’ve already upgraded my Macbook to Leopard and so far it’s working very well. The upgrade went easily and the tools are pretty cool. The ones I liked most are the new Finder that imports the Cover Flow function from iTunes and the new iChat which allows the insertion of images and films. If you haven’t upgraded yet, there are some interesting videos I’ve found that show Leopard’s new tools and effects:
    weshow.com/us/p/20050/mac_os_x_leopard_ichat
    weshow.com/us/p/20048/mac_os_x_leopard_finder
    weshow.com/us/p/20052/mac_os_x_leopard_mail



  2. DK on October 29, 2007 at 4:09 pm

    Ooooooh – Leopard is arriving for me at the end of the week – it’s looking so sexy…

    Thanks for sharing!

    Peace

    DK



  3. Phil on November 1, 2007 at 11:35 am

    Does this share Leopard machine to Leopard machine only?



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