What is the best screen capture tool for recording a tutorial / demo video?
A few years ago I had found a great screen capture tool and cannot recall what it was. Does anyone have any recommendations?
I have a Mac so I use Screenflow. Camtasisa works for Windows.
I used captivate...long time ago, but now there are better, cheaper choices- the term is called screencasting.
Now, I use the free online( no software to download) http://www.screenr.com/
Have fun with it-
* glad to see your using a video screencasting tool than powerpoint.
Like I said before...if I see a powerpoint presentation for anything , I walk! LOL no really I will walk out of the meeting.
Wink remains flexible for me to work out for tutorials. Guess this could enrich your work even more :)
Camtasia has both MAC & PC versions available. Here is a link that describes 7 alternative screen capture tools for your consideration: http://www.ezvid.com/top_5_free_camtasia_alternatives
For screen clips I use Evernote, they also have a mobile app. The other application is Greenshot. Either one should work for you.
the best one for me is Camtasia 2 . Camtasia works for both systems. I use it with Mac and works great.
http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html used to be awesome, didn't use it for a long time though. Hope it helps!
I use Snapz Pro X by Ambrosia (for Mac) to create videos from accessible Flash presentations as a default process and value add for our clients. The reason for this is so that they have the benefit of online access compliance with the Flash presentation and a video of it as well for their use.