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mtalinm
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Registered: ‎12-20-2011
Location: usa
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)


obscure_detour wrote:

Nice application recommendation!

 

I went ahead and bought it as the image import is amazing and exactly what I need for writing on powerpoint slides from classes. Instead of trying to annotate them using eZPDF. Importing them as images in Lecture Notes is much much better!

 

Thanks :smileyhappy:


so you take a picture of the projection screen and then mark it up? ooooh, I gotta try that.

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obscure_detour
Posts: 141
Registered: ‎09-26-2011
Location: CA
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)


mtalinm wrote:

obscure_detour wrote:

Nice application recommendation!

 

I went ahead and bought it as the image import is amazing and exactly what I need for writing on powerpoint slides from classes. Instead of trying to annotate them using eZPDF. Importing them as images in Lecture Notes is much much better!

 

Thanks :smileyhappy:


so you take a picture of the projection screen and then mark it up? ooooh, I gotta try that.


no silly, I have access to the digital copy of the powerpoint slides and I simply save them as a webpage and save all of the images to my tablet :smileyhappy:

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xtsubarublazin
Posts: 224
Registered: ‎07-19-2010
Location: Colorado
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

When will this program get layers so I can separate the background image from the new drawn lines? That would be awesome.

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keszegh
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Registered: ‎10-25-2011
Location: Hungary
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

it's among the plans to be able to put any png as a background and then annotating will be as you expect it to be. also i requested that multiple png-s could be added as multiple page backgrounds at once, specially for setting up a pdf for annotation faster (you still will have to export the pages to png's in some other app).

 

btw i already mentioned in another topic that free mantano reader can make simple annotations quite efficiently, looked simpler than in ezpdf.

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joehare
Posts: 35
Registered: ‎01-18-2012
Location: Richmond, VA
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

When i share a file to evernote I dont' haev a way of opening it in evernote.

 

When I share with gmail it comes across as a .zip but winzip can't extract it.

 

I much prefer the fast writing experience of this app when compared to quill but if I can't view my notes in evernote or can't email them to myself then I'm not sure if I can buy it.

 

Am I doing something wrong?

 

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jiv
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Registered: ‎07-29-2011
Location: Singapore
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

I think ruler and lasso + move/resize functions would be nice.

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daveelt
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Registered: ‎08-26-2011
Location: United States
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

Lasso move and resize all exist in lecture notes
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Thjalfi
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Registered: ‎09-21-2011
Location: Germany
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

I tried the trial version with the TPT. The drawing is smooth, which looks nice, but there are two things that are a no-go for me:

 

1) No pressure sensitivity, although from what I read, this is will be added.

2) The strokes are converted to a bitmap. This is bad because it is quite limiting in resolution and storage intensive, even more so if you want a high resolution. Especially writing with a pen is made for using vector graphics, and that is why I think Quill still sticks out.

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p600
Posts: 259
Registered: ‎10-03-2011
Location: Canada
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

Yeah, Quill vector nature makes it at least theoretically possible to write a convertor of Quill notebooks to Windows Journal, and thus get proper handwriting recognition (on a PC, but would be good enough for many).
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Krurps
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Registered: ‎10-13-2011
Location: Vienna
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Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

This has become my absolute favorite note taking app during the last week - for MY workflow its THE absolutely friction-free tool. Amazing usability in any aspect! I finally bought it yesterday. 

 

Hate to say, but it outperformed my beloved quill (for the moment)...