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Software for Recording The Monitor

Joe Ridener
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I am trying to post some Java coding screenshots (moving picture preferably such as mp3,mpg or mpeg that sort of thing) on my web-site. Does anyone know where one can find the software for this? Preferably free and that will not take me all day to learn to record with.
Bear Bibeault
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As you have not said, I'll assume you are using Mac OS X and recommend SnapzProX. There's a free trial, and it's pretty inexpensive should you decide to buy it.


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Jayesh A Lalwani
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Camstudio does a pretty good job, although I haven't used it too much myself
Joe Ridener
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Bear Bibeault wrote:As you have not said, I'll assume you are using Mac OS X and recommend SnapzProX. There's a free trial, and it's pretty inexpensive should you decide to buy it.


Nope, I have Windows XP... Thank you though I will see if they have a Windows OS version

And thank you I will check out CamStudio as well
Peter Johnson
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I use Camtasia Studio for all my screen recordings; though it cost $$s it is worth it. I also use SnagIt (from the same company) for screen captures.


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I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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