FlashBack (formerly called BB FlashBack) is a very simple to use (3-step: record, edit & enhance and share) full-featured screen recording tool, used to create and publish compelling demos and tutorials.
Some Mac OS users may know something about KeyCastr – an open-source, real-time keystroke displaying application, which can be used to assist recording a variety of demonstration videos. However, no software like KeyCastr could satisfy us ideally (including Carnac) on Windows, until the appearance of KeyCastOW (short for KeyCast On Windows), developed by Brook Hong from China.
If we know one fact that TechSmith’s Snagit is the #1 screenshot/screencast tool on Windows, than for Linux, the king of screen capture software will be Shutter (formerly GScrot) – of course, it’s freeware and open-source.
As a free and open source advanced screenshot tool & screen recorder, ShareX‘s excellence is indisputable. From the reviews on its official website or many software download sites, you can learn that it’s so many features that they make us think that’s too many to be true – for this, AppNee summarized them as the following 3 parts:
As a user-friendly and classic screen recording software, Adobe Captivate makes any people who has no programming knowledge or multimedia editing skills be able to quickly create Flash based interactive content (such as powerful and attractive simulation, software demonstration and training based on scenario), and doesn’t need the user to learn Flash technology at all.
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CamStudio is an excellent screen camera utility which given five-star reviews by many large software download sites, and rated as the best *. AVI and *. SWF movie format files recording tool. Has a compact and beautiful UI, supports video compression, built-in AVI to SWF file format converter. From now on, HyperCam is going to exit markets, i think!