Screen recording software

  silverous 22:15 05 Feb 07
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Hi,

I'm involved in testing a software application and would like to be able to record the screens as I progress so that I can send a 'movie' of my experiences to the developers.

I've seen shareware that does this in the past but can't recall the name of the package I used.

I don't want to spend any money on it as it won't get a lot of use.

Any suggestions welcome.

Regards,

Paul

  Technotiger 22:27 05 Feb 07

One to try,

click here

  Technotiger 22:28 05 Feb 07

or from Google, take your pick ...

click here

  brundle 23:11 05 Feb 07
  Iron Maiden 07:09 06 Feb 07

After trying various capture programs, I liked this the best

click here.

  silverous 10:19 06 Feb 07

Thanks chaps. Iron Maiden> Isn't that just for still images? I want to be able to record as a "movie" (i.e. moving mouse cursor, anything moving/changing on screen etc)- sorry I'm not sure my original post was clear in that.

  TonyM 10:50 06 Feb 07

Use Adobe Capivate ....you can download a 30 day free trial from Adobe and you will find it does the job - you can capture all your screens, add notes and captions and then publish your "movie" as Flash, html, or an .exe file.

I use it all the time for work - highly recommended

  silverous 11:06 06 Feb 07

I'm trying wink at the moment which seems to work very well.

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