ScreenCastle Records Your Screencast without Software [Screencasting]

12 Apr/09

If you need to create a simple screencast but don’t want the hassle of installing and configuring software, ScreenCastle gets the job done from any Java-enabled web browser. ScreenCastle is a dead simple screencasting tool. Visit the website, click the big red button, and ScreenCastle will load a small Java control application—seen to the left here. At that point you specify if you want the whole screen to be recorded or a portion you select, as well as whether or not you want audio from your computer’s microphone to be included. Those are the only two settings you’ll be using, once you make your selection a black bar appears at the top of your screen with a record button on it and the instruction to touch your mouse cursor to the top of the screen when you are done recording. If you’re not recording the full screen, you’ll have a focus window with a stop recording button on it. Check out the screencast below to see ScreenCastle in action.

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