Originally Posted by Dreams of Tragedy
I mean you have to think of it like this, if you playing live and you boadcast it to the world there a good chance that your villian might be watching you as well.
recording take aways that,
i'm willing to do Heads Up Cash and SNG if you like
Broadcast? Who said anything about broadcasting?
What CA described in the OP is called "sweating". It's commonly done for poker coaches and/or select others, both live and online. Jenn Harman taught her then-BF Marco how to play poker by letting him sweat her live by having him just stand behind her and watch.
The way it is commonly done online via TeamViewer etc. is for 1 person or a small group to watch someone play a hand or hands and then talk about it afterwards. Some poker coaches do use this method to give advice during a hand and it is a widely accepted method of poker teaching. But if we get a sweat group together, we'll probably be all close to the same skill level and we probably would want to do our own thing during a hand anyway. The object is post-hand critique, not in-hand decision suggesting.
Sure, recording and having the group watch later is an option. But then that would be called a "study group" and not a "sweat group". I'll go either way. Though to me, sweating is more interesting.
For those who haven't bought Camtasia and need free screen recording software, here's a couple I've tried:
CamStudio is good for beginners, but I use BSR for more adjustability.