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HDMI
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Registered: ‎12-20-2011
Location: usa
Message 21 of 57 (1,807 Views)

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 Smiley Happy


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

Token Ring
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Registered: ‎09-26-2011
Location: CA
Message 22 of 57 (1,721 Views)

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 Smiley Happy


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 Smiley Happy

Token Ring
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Registered: ‎07-19-2010
Location: Colorado
Message 23 of 57 (1,715 Views)

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.

Token Ring
Posts: 131
Registered: ‎10-25-2011
Location: Hungary
Message 24 of 57 (1,692 Views)

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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Posts: 35
Registered: ‎01-18-2012
Location: Richmond, VA
Message 25 of 57 (1,643 Views)

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?

 

jiv
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Registered: ‎07-29-2011
Location: Singapore
Message 26 of 57 (1,578 Views)

Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

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

Token Ring
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Registered: ‎08-26-2011
Location: United States
Message 27 of 57 (1,559 Views)

Re: [APP] LectureNotes (for handwritten notes)

Lasso move and resize all exist in lecture notes
Token Ring
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Registered: ‎09-21-2011
Location: Germany
Message 28 of 57 (1,504 Views)

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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802.11n
Posts: 349
Registered: ‎10-03-2011
Location: Canada
Message 29 of 57 (1,475 Views)

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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Registered: ‎10-13-2011
Location: Vienna
Message 30 of 57 (1,414 Views)

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)...

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