Record Computer Screen to EXE File
Flash movies and videos are the popular formats for distribution. However, it can be a problem when the user is unable to play the SWF files because Flash player has not been installed, or some codec is missing for playing video files. For the best compatibility, you can record screen activity to a self-played executable file because all Windows computers are able to run executable file without players. Further more, EXE file of screen recordings can be burnt to a CD or DVD for distribution.
The EXE files generated by DemoCreator is played in a built-In video player. To play the screencasts published as EXE files, you don't need to install any player on your computer. Besides, the original dimensions can be preserved and you can keep good quality of your screen recordings. Now let's see how to publish EXE File in DemoCreator. Here you can:
1 Click the Publish button on the main menu, and you can see the publish option window.
2 Select EXE/CD, you can add the title and change the publishing directory. And you may change the publishing dimension if you want the video played in small players.
3 Click the Publish button, and go to the publishing process.
4 After a few minutes(it depends on the length of recording and the performance of the computer), a pop-up dialog window will show you publishing is over and you can open the EXE file to view your recording.
As we can see the EXE file from your screen recording is generated, you can pack it up and email it to your friends or burn it to compressed disks and send them to your clients.