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TechyFonzy

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Hello guys. I'm Fonzy. I have a plan to create a video tutorial for
my blog and I was wondering what free screen recorder can you
recommended? I really prefer to record in HD quality. Thanks!






Peace and prosperity,
Fonzy

Edited by TechyFonzy, 20 October 2010 - 12:18 AM.

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Jkc73

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:D

TechyF
onzy,


Here is a link to...
10 free screen recorders

Regards,;)
Jkc73
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TechyFonzy

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:D

TechyF
onzy,


Here is a link to...
10 free screen recorders

Regards,;)
Jkc73




Thanks a lot, Jkc73! Cool blog. Is it yours?


Peace.
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Natechie

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Most ProBloggers that do screencasting running a Windows machine use Camtasia Studio by Techsmith that retails at about $300.

Another professional screen recording program is Adobe Captivated. I've always been captivated by this program (no pun intended) because it allows you to make the tutorial interactive with quizzes, or even prompt the user to complete a step that you just described. For example, in flash format, you can show a user how to open a image from the file menu in Photoshop. Then, you can encourage the user to open the file menu right in the tutorial when prompted. Check out the demos on Adobe's site for some examples.

A common favorite among MAC users is an application called Screenflow.

Here is a very helpful video on screencasting:
http://gideonshalwic...r-your-website/
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Jkc73

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;)

TechyF
onzy,


Here is a link to...
10 free screen recorders

Regards,;)
Jkc73




Thanks a lot, Jkc73! Cool blog. Is it yours?


Peace.

Thanks a lot, Jkc73! Cool blog. Is it yours?

No problem :D , It is a cool blog, very informative, though I'm not the producer...;)

Hope you find what your looking for.


Regards,
Jkc73:(
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sptweak3

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Hypercam 2 is another good one. There are lots of freeware versions out there.
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