5 Free Screen Capture and Recorder Programs to Create Tutorials, Manuals, and More...
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I wanted to create a series of tutorials on how to use some computer programs. I intend to upload these tutorials here in Bitlanders, Youtube and, soon, on my own personal Website (once I got it up). And perhaps create some e-books that I could later sell.
One of the processes that consume so much time in creating a tutorial for computer programs is taking the series of screenshots as the process is being done.
Alternatives to CamStudio
A few years ago I used an older version of CamStudio and another program that I can’t remember the name. Unfortunately, the installer of the new version of CamStudio is loaded with malware and other Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUP).
Though other users recommend using an old version of CamStudio. But I thought the older version might not run smoothly on Windows 10.
Thus, I started searching for alternatives to CamStudio.
CBlog: 5 Free Screen Capture and Recorder Programs to Create Tutorials, Manuals, and More...
In this edition of my c-blog, I will share with 5 FREE software that I use to create my tutorials. I use these programs individually or in combination to create video tutorials or for my blog posts. In my Inkscape Tutorial via Cblog, I used at least three of these programs in combination.
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John Reynold Loberiza (a.k.a @artbytes) is a freelance graphic artist, web developer, and blogger. He is also a licensed Financial Adviser under Insular Life.
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