Capturing the content of your screen may be useful in a number of situations. If you are a developer, you will probably want to create some video examples or demos for your own application. If you are a software support manager, it may be a good idea to record a video demonstrating a solution of the clients problem instead of exchanging dozens of emails. If you are a hardcore gamer, you will probably want to record your Counter-Strike skilling sprees or efficient defense against Zerg raids and share these moments with your friends. The list of possible uses can be continued almost indefinitely, so if you can relate to the above examples, Total Screen Recorder is just what you need!
Total Screen Recorder is a very compact and affordable screen capture tool that enables you to record the content of your screen or its specific areas into video files with soundtracks for subsequent playback and distribution. The software supports 5 capture modes, AVI/WMV/SWF/FLV output with configurable A/V codecs, sneak mode operation, automatic recording at Windows startup, recording timers, hotkeys, recording of the mouse cursor and has plenty of other handy features. Total Video Reorder will even allow you to capture webcam video streams in AIM, ICQ, MSN/Yahoo Messenger, as well as streams from TV cards and web pages. Shortly put, virtually every video you see on your screen can be captured without problems!
Total Screen Recorder is an inexpensive, yet very powerful and flexible solution for screen capturing. Try it today and start exploring the new opportunities that great application provides!
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