Free Screen To Video

Free Screen To Video

Free
Capture your onscreen activity with this useful program
4.2  (15 votes)
2.7
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Recording your onscreen activity is always useful for educational purposes, for example, when you want to create a video tutorial on how to use a program or how to perform some process. This program lets you capture in video what you are doing on your screen in an easy way. You can choose among three different modes: entire screen, window selection, or selected area. Also, you can set the preferred output video format: Flash video, AVI, WMA or SWF. And if this was not enough, you can choose if you want to record your onscreen activities with or without sound, and to show or hide the mouse movement. To start recording, you only need to push the "Start" button. A window will appear, asking you to name the file you are about to record, and to choose the output folder. Then, the program's window will minimize to tray, showing only a red button. To stop the recording process, you only need to click on that button. To watch the recorded file, you only need to click on its name in the program's interface.
The installation wizard asks you to install Searchqu toolbar, to set Searchnu.com as your homepage, and to set Search-Results.com as your default search engine. You can decline to do so and still have the program installed.

Victor Hernandez
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Review summary

Pros

  • The program can be used for creating video tutorials and other educational and training purposes.
  • It can be downloaded and used for free.

Cons

  • None found

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