Simple tool for creating screen recordings.
- Video blogging.
- User testing?
- Be quick and straightforward.
- Create and share simple screen recordings.
- Incorporate audio/webcam capture.
- Allow removing the most obvious flaws through editing tools:
- Remove beginning/end of video that might be misrecorded.
- Remove sections from the middle of a video.
- Redub audio for sections or the whole video.
- Advanced editing, such as mixing different sequences or audio snippets.
- Effects, such as title screens, annotations, flyouts.
- Screenshots - capture different areas of the screen.
Upload to YouTube, Dropbox, Evernote, Tumblr, FTP/SFTP servers.
- Collections and tags to organise videos.
- Video editing and effects: crop and trim, add shapes, callouts and annotations.
Marketed on the basis of simplicity and speed of use.
- Capture from the camera.
- Video editing and effects: add images, text, music and transitions.
- Publish directly to a range of websites.
- Byzanz - had an applet in GNOME 2.x, with the shell only available via the commandline.
- Built-in gnome-shell screen recorder - can only be activated via a key combination).
- Record the entire screen
- Record a single window
- Record a rectangular area of the screen
- Record a separate external video feed that matches the time of the main stream.
- Record audio.
- Review and edit the recorded video (stream cuts, overlays).
- Sharing. Upload the video somewhere (youtube, vimeo...)