Screen video recording is a technique used primarily by software developers, integrators and learning centers to create dynamic video tutorials that users or students can watch anytime, anywhere. Video tutorials are more efficient than regular text-based tutorials with screenshots, since they are capable of demonstrating actual interaction with the program, activation of tricky features and other things that are not too obvious from the first glance.
HyperCam 2 is a free screen video recorder that offers an intuitive interface, flexible screen capture options and output to a universally supported AVI format. The software allows you to capture the contents of a specific window, a specific area on the screen or a region defined by exact coordinates. During recording, the program shows a rectangle (optionally a blinking one) around the area being captured. HyperCam 2 supports audio recording as well, and can even capture transparent and layered windows suffering just a minor performance hit. Apart from pure A/V recording, the program offers a host of features that help create a real video tutorial — for instance, text annotations, sound and screen notes that will help explain the actions taking place on the screen. The user has full control over the quality of captured videos by manually setting the resolution, frame rate and compression level.
HyperCam is a must-have piece of software for any individual or organization dealing with educational or instructional videos of any sort. Offered for free, it provides the functionality found in commercial products, and is so easy to use that even novices won’t have any problems creating tutorials on their own.
HyperCam 2.29.01 HyperCam captures the action and sound from any part of Windows desktop and saves it to standard AVI movie files. Use in preparation of software tutorials, presentations
SolveigMM HyperCam 3.5.1210.30 HyperCam is screen cast and editing tool that is low-cost smart and easy to use piece of software. It is intended to record screen actions, video and sound being played back on PC
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