This is the last episode in the Best Video Screen Capture Software Series.
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In this episode: My recommendations about CamStudio and Screenr for video screen capture
Here's the high level:
Two questions I get asked a lot is "...which video screen capture software do you recommend...?" The other one is, "...are there any free software you'd recommend for recording my computer screen...?" I answer both questions in this video.
Here's the summary:
- Screenr - for free video screen capture software to record Q&D-type ("quick-and-dirty") screencasts
- Camtasia Studio - for professional grade video screen capture software if you're using a PC platform
- Camtasia Mac or Screenflow - for professional grade video screen capture software if you're using a Macintosh platform
- Snagit - for capturing the occasional (and highly frequently used) stills on your computer screen
- Episode 1 - 6 Of the Best Screen Capture Software - Compared
- Episode 2 - Camtasia Macintosh
- Episode 3 - Camtasia Studio
- Episode 4 - Screenflow
- Episode 5 - Jing and Snagit
- Episode 6 - CamStudio vs. Screenr (this post!)
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