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PostSubject: (mooning) CamStudio   Tue Feb 21, 2012 7:19 pm




Free Streaming Video Software







What is it?

CamStudio is able to record all screen and audio activity on your computer

and create industry-standard AVI video files and using its built-in

SWF Producer can turn those AVIs into lean, mean, bandwidth-friendly

Streaming Flash videos (SWFs)

Here are just a few ways you can use this software:


  • You can use it to create demonstration videos for any software program
  • Or how about creating a set of videos answering your most

    frequently asked questions?

  • You can create video tutorials for school or college class
  • You can use it to record a recurring problem with your computer

    so you can show technical support people

  • You can use it to create video-based information products you can sell
  • You can even use it to record new tricks and techniques you discover

    on your favourite software program, before you forget them

“Nick, here

is what I think I'll do; rather than fork out the $300.00 bucks for [CENSORED], I'll just keep using CamStudio.

“I am a self-employed consultant

that works in the public safety community (cops, fire,
ems, dispatch etc). What I have planned is to use CamStudio to capture
on screen video for

training vids.

“Thanks for a great product and your help!”



Don't like the sound of your voice? No problem.

CamStudio can also add high-quality, anti-aliased (no jagged edges)

screen captions to your recordings in seconds and with the unique Video

Annotation feature you can even personalise your videos by including

a webcam movie of yourself "picture-in-picture"

over your desktop.

And if all that wasn't enough, CamStudio also comes with its own Lossless

Codec that produces crystal clear results with a much smaller filesize

compared with other more popular codecs, like Microsoft Video 1.

You have total control over the output of your video: you can choose

to use custom cursors, to record the whole screen or just a section of

it and can reduce or increase the quality of the recording depending

on if you want smaller videos (for emailing to people, for instance)

or you can have "best quality" ones for burning onto CD/DVD.

But all of these features would be worthless if CamStudio wasn't easy

to use ... fortunately that's not the case. CamStudio can be learned

in a matter of minutes and comes with a comprehensive built-in helpfile,

so if you do manage to get stuck, you can simply hit "Help" and

get the answers you need.



So where can I get it and how much does it cost?

You can download and use it completely free - yep - completely 100%

free for your personal and commercial projects as CamStudio and the Codec

are released under the GPL (for more details on this license, click

here
.)

There are no royalties or any monies to pay - although if you do use

it for a commercial product, I wouldn't say no to a copy of whatever

you produce

Download Links

Latest Version: CamStudio 2.6 (Build r294)





Lossless Video Codec v1.4 (optional):





Support Forum:
http://camstudio.org/forum


FAQ:
http://camstudio.org/faq.htm
To download CamStudio, click the top big green button and you'll be taken to a page where you can get the latest version.

The same procedure to download the CamStudio Lossless Video Codec.

To manually install the codec, download the zipfile by clicking the
small green button above, extract

the contents of the zipfile to a folder using your preferred unzip
software (7-Zip, WinZip, WinRAR, etc.), then right click the
camcodec.inf file and select

Install from the context menu that appears.



CamStudio's History

Over the last few months, quite a people have asked me about CamStudio's

history and the confusion with the V2.1 that's around, so I thought I'd

explain what the situation is, as I understand it ...

CamStudio was originally released by a company called RenderSoft who

were subsequently bought by a company called eHelp who used some of the

technology in their program, RoboDemo ...

Some time later, eHelp was bought by Macromedia who wanted RoboDemo

(which was to become Captivate) ...

Knowing that CamStudio did some of the stuff RoboDemo did for free (mainly

export to streaming Flash), they released a newer version

which fixed some bugs but most importantly, removed

certain features. Gone was the ability to create SWFs, added was the

requirement to register to use it, and over time, links to the various

webpages that had CamStudio and its source code, became broken.

However, I managed to find an earlier version complete with

the related CamStudio video codec (comparable to Techsmith's excellent

TSCC), the source code for both and just put the website up so people

could download them ...







Issues

A number of people have mentioned having trouble viewing SWF videos

generated by CamStudio. It turns out there's a bug which means you can't

see anything if you try watching them with Netscape or Firefox (Internet

Explorer works fine) ...

The next update (2.5) will fix this but until then, here's a temporary

workaround:

Open the related HTML to the SWF you've just

generated and look for the line starting with the "EMBED

SRC
" command ...

Change the Width and Height values in this line

to match values in the line starting with "OBJECT

CLASSID
".

Save the file and you should be good to go ...
I seem to be getting a lot of questions about a registration

code ... the version of CamStudio available from this site (v2.0) doesn't

require registration AND has more features, so uninstall v2.1 from your

system, download and install v2.0 from here and you're good to go!

If your computer's memory or virtual memory usage starts climbing rapidly

when viewing a SWF authored by CamStudio to the point when your PC locks

up so you have to reboot it, recreate the SWF from your source AVI file

and in SWF Producer, make sure you select the Advanced tab and check

the Memory Management tickbox (Manage Flash player internal memory).

That should sort the problem out. Thanks to Ben Ward for the fix.



News

AudioFlash is audio recording software
that will let you record a message or take any pre-recorded audio and
put it on any webpage with some nifty Flash play, pause and stop
buttons.

Just wanted to let you know, I've released another tool called

Podcast Autocue, which you can download as well from here: Podcast

Software




CamStudio Updates

If you'd like to be notified when I have some news related to CamStudio,signup to the forum (link opens a new window) you'll be "in

the loop" ...




Spread The Word ...

I'd love to get CamStudio into the Top 10 Most Popular downloads at

SourceForge ... for no other reason than ... um ... I'd like to, so tell

as many people as possible ...

If you'd like to link back to this site, here's some example code you

can use:



CamStudio - Free Streaming Video Desktop Recording Software

A Plea For Help ...

I've got big plans

for CamStudio and want to continously improve it and the Codec as well

... but I'm not a programmer.

The potential for CamStudio to be used as a professional training and

support tool is huge and not just in the information technology and internet

marketing arenas, but also in diverse markets and tasks like home eduation,

recording online geneological research, keeping a video record of special

offer prices on your favourite snowboarding (or whatever) website - you

get the idea ...

It doesn't matter if you're at home in Las Vegas

or on an Alaskan Cruise - if you've got a laptop or PC you can use CamStudio.

So if there are any Visual C++ programmers

out there that have Flash, video encoding and codec experience who'd like

a challenge, please get in touch.

So, at some point in the near future I'd like to start accepting donations

so any coders that work on this project will get some kind of financial

reward in addition to the warm, fuzzy feeling they get from helping to

resurrect this cracking piece of software ... so if you're feeling generous,

please get in touch at the email address above and let me know.

I'd also love to get your feedback on CamStudio ... what you liked,

what you thought sucked and what you think is missing.



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