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Adward_Chan says

Hi and happy new year boy and girls. I’m new here for some helps about choosing one cheap screencasting app.

I’m making some demos of how to use the software of my company, also I need narration recording and zoom-and-pan feature since it makes quite easy for audiences to follow. I’ve search the whole forum and find out Camtasia 30-day trial, all things work good but I’m afraid the price makes me little nervous.

Anyone can introduce a cheaper screencasting software which offers those features mentioned above?

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1Wolf1 says

I always use Demobuilder which has a standard version for $199 and a pro version for $249 so it’s a bit cheaper than camtasia. I love it and use it often for my clients.

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Kriesi says

I can really recommend http://screenr.com/ – many people here are using it and its very easy to use and free :)

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JeffreyWay Moderator says

I”ve been using Screenr since they launched…and I 100 % recommend it. As long as the video is 5 minutes or less, you won’t have any problems. :)

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Adward_Chan says

yea many thanks dudes. I’ve checked screenr it can record sound but don’t offer any other features like zoom/pan (that’s what I concerned). For 2-day search I checked out Demobuilder and another cheap yet similar one called Demo creator (I doubt if these two are made by the same developer under the different product brands). I also get some information from other good guys who share BB Flashback to me. I think these three are good enough for me. I will check them out and thanks for your help.

Perhaps I’d like to write a comparison review of these three after attempting?

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furto says

Check out Camtasia Studio it has zoom and pan

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