>Webinaria – Free Screen Capturing Tool

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Webinaria is a free screen recording/screencast tool that you can use to create presentations or software demos. You can create your own AVI or flash videos of your PC activities. It’s a very good tool for educational purposes. You can capture screen in less than a minute as the software program has been designed with ease of use in mind. With a single mouse click you can start screen capturing.



Some Key Features

  • Capture screen with a single click.
  • Record voice commentary with your presentation or demo.
  • Record desktop presentations, video, and audio.
  • Create Flash (AVI to FLV) recordings of your desktop.
  • Share your sales presentations and training demos.
  • Show a “picture in picture” video via webcam of you presenting.

With Webinaria, you can either capture a full screen or a single window. Apart from it, you can record audio to the video. This tool comes with a built-in video editor to edit screen recordings. You can share your screen videos with others over the internet. This tool includes some cool options for tuning certain aspects of the screen capturing.

Webinaria also lets you record audio narration (with a connected microphone) or webcam video (with a connected webcam) together in the process. At the time of capturing process, this tool will combine these automatically. You can select the sound device and webcam if multiple devices are connected to the computer system. You can also set the frame rate of the recording. 5, 10 and 15 frames per second, are currently available. Once you end the screen capturing process, you can see the recording. You can view it frame by frame, delete sections, and publish it at the Webinaria website.

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