Reflector - iOS devices 'embedded' into a presentation
Keynote - IMHO best for presentations
OmniOutliner for the presentation scripts
OmniFocus for all the forgotten things that comes in mind when You're on the road
Camouflage - let's hide all the desktop stuff while presentations
NotesPlus (iOS) - for all the notes and sketches - before, while, after presentations (-:
I don't make movies. For screenshots, I'm using Preview (OSX)
Mouseposé 3 on OSX for focusing attention on specific parts of the screen
Reflector - iOS Screen-mirroring
Keynote - Presentation, graphic Doodling, concepts
Mouseposé - show keystrokes that triggers a script. For most of my Layouts, [Return] triggers 'close-Window'
Desktopple - my desktop is really a mess. Just hit [F5]
TeamViewer - great for 1-to-1 presentation for new customers
QuickTime - Screenrecording and some minor editing
CuteCut Pro - Video-Editing
GarageBand - AV-Postproduction. only use it if sound and speech has to be added to video
Photoshop Elements - graphic-composites.
In addition to what's been named so far, one of my favorite "utility" cheats is to save websites I want to demo from the web to my drive as web-archives. This lets me show websites "live" during a demo without requiring a connection!
Can be a real life-sver in some locations to be able to show someone's website stuff from your off-line laptop.
Keynote for slides and animations
Reflector for iOS mirroring
ScreenFlow for recording the screen.
Garage turned into a GreenScreen Studio
Nikon D3200 for video recording
Zoom H2 Digital Audio Recorder
Sennheiser Lavalier Mic
Apple Motion 5 for special effects and motion graphics
vimeo.com for video hosting.
We are using SnapZ pro for videos, screendumps etc.
PinPoint to have a circle or other visible symbol around the mouse to make it clearly visible what is happening.
A good microphone!!!!
A Canon 6D for video of people etc.
Previously we used Final Cut for the editing. Now we use iMovie for finalizing the movie.
Don't forget the hardware-part:
A mini-beamer for testing the presentations. It turned out to be very helpfull to have Your colleages listening, ask questions, react, etc. When we do iOS/FMGo presentations, we often hook the iOS device directly to the beamer (do to overloaded WLAN...) - this 'switching' can become tricky while You're talking...
We got an acer c205, that is pretty cool, absolutely OK for small groups and small rooms, fits in a pocket..