I'm kinda want to hear from you guys regarding this. Need your help.

I'd be much thankful if you participate on this one and give me some advise of anything you have right now.

Thanks,

cybridge

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Mark Tait Premium
Hi Arnel.

I would recommend Screencast-o-matic.

It allows you to do a lot of post editing - it allows for captions, you can add text, zoom, shapes etc after recording your video. You can include your webcam in the video too. You can record your audio and add it to your video after/before etc - so your timings are always spot on.

I have used Captivate in the past too - but not in recent years - as I recall, that was more aimed at producing training/simulations.

I have also (until I found Screencast-o-matic) used Ashampoo's Snap. It's not as flexible as the others - you can't currently do anything within Snap after you have recorded it (ie. you can't add audio, add effects, zooms' etc).

I hope this helps?

All the best, Mark
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cybridge Premium
Thanks i review it later. Thanks for sharing your ideas on this.
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crp2511 Premium
I have found traxax easy to use, you can download a free trial. I am also going to try the serif one.
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nomda ploom Premium
do update on the Serif one- I wonder if it is just me, sometimes ....LOL
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techhound Premium
Hey Cy,

I'm a fan of Camtasia by TechSmith.com but it does cost some money. I know there are more sophisticated tools than this. But this has been good enough for my video needs.

If they are short videos you can use Jing, which is free. And there is also CamStudio which is also free.

It really depends on what you are trying to accomplish.

Best Regards,
Jim
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cybridge Premium
Sure, i will consider that too. Let see if that one suit my needs. Thanks tech for sharing.
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nomda ploom Premium
if you are after free, I would go to serif.com and look at Movie Plus Starter Edition. I have the full version and like it, otherwise, Camstudio seems to get a lot of votes, one way or another, and then there is Sony Vegas, too...

Be prepared to invest some time as to how to work in timeline and storyboard modes, add and trim footage, overlay tracks, import and edit audio, and get transitions right.

Keep it simple is generally the best way to go.

You Tube will provide tutorial resources on any you eventually choose.

Good luck, Andy
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cybridge Premium
Nice! I will check on it too. Thanks for sharing your ideas, nomda.
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archan Premium
Arnel I would just ask Wayne or maybe Oldmule they will have good answers save you waiting.
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cybridge Premium
Thanks arch. I appreciate on your help.
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