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Record Screen to video

By JFComputech ·
Whats the best way to record screen and mouse movement for training purposes.

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by darts32 In reply to Record Screen to video

Here's a nice software package that is not pricey ($30):

http://www.deskshare.com/msr.aspx

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by victortwh2011 In reply to

This <a href="http://www.video-download-capture.com/">video downloader</a> software package contains video downloader, converter, editor and screen recorder, which is used for capturing footage from your screen.

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by parier In reply to Record Screen to video

Alternatively, you can also see Camtasia, more information and a eval can be downloaded free from http://www.techsmith.com/products/studio/default.asp


Hope this helps.

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DemoCreator for training

by elearningchen In reply to Record Screen to video

DemoCreator is more than a screen recorder. It is widely used in software training. It is easy to add any callouts to enhance your training demos.http://www.sameshow.com/demo-creator.html#107

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by elearningchen In reply to Record Screen to video

As a freelance of e-learning education, I recommend DemoCreator to all people who are preparing for recording screen to tutorial and training videos.

It creates software tutorials and training courses by recording screen activities. It allows you to decorate your video by inserting obejects like callouts, zoom-in, highlight, images and animation. More, you can easily add the narration from microphone or import audio file directly. At last, you can publish it to Flash, AVI, Youtube MP4, Mobile 3GP, WMV, auto-run CD, EXE, e-mail, with LMS compliance. I think it will be useful for you!

Good luck!

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FlashDemo Studio for creating software tutorials

by kikidelivery In reply to Record Screen to video

You can try flashdemo studio http://www.flashdemo.net
It's a very good software for creating simulations and tutorials.It supports text/voice inserting,video cut ,etc

You can click the youtube video link below,it's made by flashdemo studio:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRv76wepPEg

Wish this may help you

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