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AdrianMG says

Hi there guys! First of all congratulations to all Envato team for doing sites like themeforest, it’s really really interesting :)

I just want to know what software do you use to record your screencast? I know that there are a lot of choices but I want you recommend me yours.

Thanks in advice guys, and sorry for my english!

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JimmyP says

I use Camtasia :)

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FalconThemes says

i think camtasia studio is the most famous used by (photoshopcafe.com, lynda.com…) http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.asp ( $299.00)

this one is freeware http://camstudio.org/

but i find “demobuilder” simple and easy to use … it is very powerfull if you want to use annotations, comments .

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JeffreyWay says

I personally use Camtasia Studio for all the screencasts that you see on NETTUTS and ThemeForest.

(P.S. We’re moving to HD in December!)

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freekrai says

I was using camtasia, but switched to using iShowU and Stomp, both made by ShinyWhiteBox for my screencasts.

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AdrianMG says

Mmmm ok guys i will try camtasia to evaluate it and I will try to do a fast videocast for the next design ;)

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elisent says

Camtasia

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brenelz says

A free software you can use is CamStudio

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burningstonecold says

I’ve just started using Camtasia Studio which is great, before that i was using Wondershare Demo Creator.

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JeffreyWay says

Camtasia 6 is by far the best option I’ve found.

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