There are two problems inherent in live demonstrations. First, the learning experience is limited to whoever is in the room watching you at the time. Second, most peoples' brains are like colanders, and they're going to start forgetting what you've shown them the moment they set foot out of the room. What to do?
Get yourself a copy of Plato Screen Recorder, that's what. With Plato Screen Recorder, you can capture and record everything that's happening on your computer screen to an easily portable AVI video file, complete with sound. So, every mouse movement, click, keyboard entry, and application launch is recorded and can be played back by anyone, at any time. Throw your video onto the web. Send it in an email. Save it to a USB Flash drive. Whatever!
Imagine the possibilities with Plato Screen Recorder in your arsenal. Trainers no longer have to hop on a plane and burn fossil fuels to travel to client sites to give demonstrations. System administrators no longer have to stay shackled to their computers, watching a program and waiting to see what causes it to lock up or crash. You can now recreate the user steps that expose a program-killing bug, and record it to show the coders that, no, you're not crazy and their code really does suck.
Plato Screen Recorder lets you capture any screen area or window, and you can play around with different levels of audio quality, frame rates, and audio/video compression. There's even support for exporting your video in MPEG-4/H264 format for playback by iPods and iPhones!
Review Written by Derek Lee
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