Screen Recorder Gold is an easy-to-use, fast, and powerful screen video recording software for recording on-screen activities into video files. Sound from your system microphone is also recorded. It is an ideal tool to make software demonstrations.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:07
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Description: Screen Recorder Gold is an easy-to-use, fast, and powerful screen video recording software for recording on-screen activities into video files. Sound from your system microphone is also recorded. It is an ideal tool to make software demonstrations, develop videos for training and tutoring.
If you move the cursor, launch a new program, type some text, click a few buttons, or select some menus - anything that you see on your screen - Screen Recorder Gold will be able to record all these and allow you to play them back later on. The recorded movies can be added to the accompanying help files of commercial software to make them more professional. The recorded videos, if converted to a stream-able format, can also be posted to your websites to provide extra help and just-in-time customer support.
You can use Screen Recorder to:
* Create demo videos to demonstrate how to use computer software.
* Develop multimedia material to promote your web site or other product.
* Create movies used in user training and tutoring.
* Capture streaming videos to hard disk for local playback.
* Record your game plays to show how cool you are in the game.
* Fast Screen Recording
For more than 10 years, we have been focusing on improving the speed of screen recording. Screen Recorder Gold allows you to record at very high frame rate ensuring that you get smooth screen videos.
* Small File Size
With our lossless screen video compressor, you get small screen recording file without compromise on video quality. Our screen video compressor can normally compress screen video to 1/1000 of its original file size.
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