Record Computer Screen to Flash Movie
When you finish your screen recordings, what format you would like to distribute? If they are software demos that you would like everybody to watch them online, or software tutorials you want them to be shared on Web, distributing your screen recordings as Flash movies, or publishing as SWF files on Html page is a good idea. DemoCreator enable you to make clear Flash movies from computer screen recording, and there is more control over the viewing experience. We can learn more about publishing Flash movie as SWF file for your screen recording.
Generate SWF files from DemoCreator
Publishing the screen recordings as Flash movie can preserve the interactive objects you edited in the movies. You can add some interaction buttons (like Stop and Continue) in your recordings to enhance your training effort. At the end of the movie, the SWF files can be set to Loop Demo or Go to URL.
There are two built-in players in DemoCreator: Classic style and Active style. You can select to show the player you like or not to show the player, or just show the necessary buttons on the player. Further more, the transparence the player is changeable in DemoCreator.
SWF files published by DemoCreator are compressed by default setting. They are small in size and easy to share to all.
Publishing as a Flash movie and generate Html files to be uploaded to web server can be accessed by web browsers. And you can embed the Flash movie to your web page to play your screencast.
Steps to publish SWF movie
When finishing screen recording, follow steps given below to make a Flash movie using DemoCreator:
1. Click the Publish button on the main menu, and you can see the publish option window.
2. Select Flash, you can add the title and change the publishing directory. And you can choose to publish Html page for you SWF files or not. 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 your computer), a pop-up dialog window will show you publishing completed and you can view your recording in Flash player or Internet browser.
Now that the Flash movie is generated, you can upload it to web server to play on the web or you can email it to your friends for technical support.