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Tools to record on screen actions

If you are looking for a tool to record on screen action like making online tutorial for software etc. below are three different softwares that could be of you interest:

Free: (Jing)

Very Cheap only $14.95: (Jing Pro)

Sometimes you want your videos to get a little more exposure. Record up to five minutes of video. Then join the party on popular video-sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo.

Professional $300 - Free 30 days full version trial:(Camtasia Studio)

Produce HD-quality videos for the web and mobile devices. No tweaks or technospeak, just sparkling clear video with compact file sizes...every single time.

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  1. $300 is too much if you want a recording tool with editing features. why not try the medium class level like DemoCreator ($99) or ZD soft recorder ($39).

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  2. Thanx for the advise, I will try both.

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