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Tuesday, August 5, 2008


A week ago I talked about PowerBullet, an easy to use tool to design simple Flash presentations (read the post).
Looking for a help in programming the code necessary to Video Capture, I have found another free utility related to Flash that is also a screen activity recorder. It is called CamStudio.

The purpose of CamStudio is twofold: one can use it to create several kinds of demostrations in AVI format, simply recording the screen activity; then the program can convert the generated AVI file in a Flash movie, easily embeddable in HTML pages.
The description from the producer's site says:
RenderSoft CamStudio is a tool for recording screen activity into standard AVI video files. If you move the cursor, launch a new program, type some text, click a few buttons, or select some menus - anything that you see on your screen - CamStudio will be able to record all these and allow you to play them back later on.
You can use CamStudio to:
  • demonstrate features of a new software
  • create movies used in user trainings
  • track the progress of a program that executes for a long time
  • record the sequence of steps that cause the occurrence of bugs in faulty software
  • record a movie stream
  • convert AVI files to Flash (SWF) files.

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