Scree Miner is a full featured screen capture tool that captures images from full screen,active window, controls, fixed regions, rectangles, polygons, and ellipses from your desktop. It can also be used for recording screen activity into standard AVI
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:38
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Scree Miner is a full featured screen capture tool that captures images from full screen,active window, controls, fixed regions, rectangles, polygons, and ellipses from your desktop. It can also be used for recording screen activity into standard AVI video files. You can move the cursor, launch a new program, type some text, click a few buttons, or select some menus .... and Screen miner is able to record all these movements allowing you to save them and play them back later on. It is a idea tool to develop videos to demonstrate features of a new software, for creating movies used in user training or any other task that requires to capture desktop activity.
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