Make Screencasts with Screen Recorder Software
A screencast, a digital recording of computer screen output also known as a video screen capture, often contains audio narration. It is a powerful tool to demonstrate technical tasks, or to illustrate technical concepts that are hard to explain in words. It might take the form of a formal narrated presentation, a software demo, or an informal walk-through of a particular concept.
Just as a screenshot is a picture of a user's screen, a screencast is essentially a movie of the changes over time that a user sees on their monitor. The video and audio components can make a topic more engaging than written instructions or static images, while also appealing to different learning styles. Lets see a sample about Exporting the image from DemoCreator.
Export the image from DemoCreator: Screencast tutorial
Export the screenshot from DemoCreator: Text tutorial with screenshots
1. Launch DemoCreator, create a new project or open an existing file, go to a slide you want to export.
2. Move the timeline cursor on timeline editor to position a frame, which is displayed instantly on the working area above.
3. Right click the slide on the Slide pane, then choose "Export as image". Specify a location, and select a format to save the image.
Most people prefer a different learning style with a screencast, which is the more effective way for learning.
There are a number of different software packages or ways that make it easy to capture what is going on the screen to make a screencast. DemoCreator is a wonderful screencasting tool. You simply click the record button and it will capture your exact mouse clicks and operations on your monitor. This screencast software also allows you to add audio narration to your presentation, and integrate Flash video, photos, and music to enhance your screencast.