By droberts ·
Just ran a few days testing EZ Recorder for a presentation (free trial). Found resolution was poor and picture kept blinking and giving black borders on blink. Will this go away once I purchase the product? Does anyone know????

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While I have not used EZ Recorder

by IC-IT In reply to EZ RECORDER

I would think that if the demo has poor video, the end product will not be better. Normally a demo should be a good representative of the final product with perhaps a time limit or some crippled features. A main selling point (like video) should not be degraded.

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by shasca In reply to EZ RECORDER

If tyhe Demo sucks thats a pretty good indication this product isn't for you.

What are you wanting to do? Give us some insight and maybe we can recommend something that works better.

Let us know

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What I'm tryting to do

by droberts In reply to Demo

I am trying to put together a PowerPoint oriented customer guide for a client and need to take "moving" internet screen shots for that presentation.

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Try Camtasia

by mike.smith In reply to What I'm tryting to do

I use a great product called Camtasia for this purpose. I would recommend you download the trial version first. It's not the cheapest product around, but I think it's the best. You can find it here:

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more software

by shasca In reply to What I'm tryting to do

Here is a list fron CNET. I have never had a need for this so I can't recommend any.

I'm sure someone will chime in now that we know what you are looking for;contentNav

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Here are a few to try

by IC-IT In reply to What I'm tryting to do

Camtasia is easy to use and has a nice output.

Maybe Hypercam (I have not tested).

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