Screencasting

Screencasts are videos that demonstrate how to use a software, a web app or anything that be used on a computer. There are various screencasting tools available to help you record screencasts.

A Better Video Editor Than Windows Movie Maker

Video Spin also ships with a variety of 2D transitions, background music and other sound effects to make your amateur movies look slightly more professional and interesting.

How To Record Movies of Video Games on the Computer

Download free software to record game videos while you are playing your favorite computer game. The videos can be capture in high-resolution quality with full sound. You can later upload the game videos to YouTube or burn them to a DVD.

Free Movie Recorder for Your Computer Screen

TipCamp is a new screen recording software for Windows that can help you create movies of your desktop screen or even a remote computer. The software is available as a free download.

Free Video Editor Software for Creating Video Clips

Free Video Editing Software Though Windows Movie Maker from Microsoft remains the popular choice, CNET recommends open-source video editor Jahshaka for creating videos on a budget – if you take the time to learn the program and actually read some of those tutorials, you’ll quickly discover that Jahshaka is a very serious editing application with a learning curve that will keep you occupied for a while.

Camtasia Studio 5 Review – The Best Screen Recorder Ever

Camtasia Studio 5 is the best screencasting software. When compared with other tools like Adobe Captivate or Qarbon Viewlet Builders, Camtasia wins both in ease of use and the extensive feature set. Camtasia Studio also works with Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. It can directly upload your screencast videos to FTP servers. Camtasia Studio 5.0 is available as a free download from TechSmith.com - works without limitations and watermarks for 30 days.

Windows Media Encoder Problem

Tom Cantu who works for Christian Radio Station “Radio Vida KRGE 1290 AM” is having some issues with Windows Media Encoder.