I’ll admit it. I haven’t used videos on this blog enough, as they are SUCH a great way to get your point across. I could make up excuses why I haven’t, but I think I’ll stick with the one that goes “I can’t find a simple one to use”.
Of course we have the free screen recorders (Camstudio, AutoScreen to name a few), but they can sometimes produce low quality videos or make you spend valuable time to learn how to use the program efficiently. I have yet to find a good quality one that is free.
So, just as I start hunting for another one that meets my needs (Easy To Use, Lightweight, Great Quality), I stumbleupon ALLCapture. Interested by the amount of features that this product offers (Then again, what online software DOESN’T have a list of features) I downloaded the trial and gave it a shot.
Well, I start off with the ability to capture text and mouse movements, something that is crucial to present a tutorial or review. It certainly passed the test with ease with no stuttering.
Next off, I capture a youtube video. This was done excellent preserving quality, but the frame-rates was a little less than what the video was showing. No biggie – I don’t pirate Youtube videos anyway.
So, overall I would recommend this product to produce awesome videos to teach your readers new things or create tutorials that would be much better learned inside a Youtube player than in text.