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Has anybody used this before? Is there any way of compressing the file so that it's not too big? I think I made about a 10 second recording and it turned out to be around 20 MB in size.
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You may be able to send it to a zip folder to compress it.

SnagIt is really good. Camtasia is good as well.

Edit: Oh and I thought SnagIt only captures you screen. Camtasia is the one that records your screen.

Edited by DragonMaster Jay, 17 May 2009 - 12:42 PM.

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Snagit also record your screen.

To save on starting a new thread, I want to embed some video on my webpages. Now I know that you can easily do it with you Tube, can it be done with photo bucket? I've tried, but I can't get it to work
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Embedding from PhotoBucket is allowed. Just use the share button. I attached a screenshot. See it.

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