Have you ever tried to describe the use of a software application or website to someone over the phone? It just doesn't work! For years, researchers have known that people retain information better when they can see what you're doing, and doing stuff on your computer definitely falls into this category. So, instead of having to go over the same content again and again, I urge you to consider today's discount software promotion, ScreenCamera.Net, for all of your visual demonstration needs! Recently awarded 5 stars by Tucows, ScreenCamera.Net offers elements similar to Adobe Photoshop and Flash at a fraction of the cost.
ScreenCamera.Net is a video recorder and video streaming server that has pioneered the ability to record videos in high definition off of any video source, with the ability to stream video in real-time on the Internet! It's the perfect way to show anyone what's happening on your computer's screen, whether it's a video, an image, or even a document that you can review in real-time. You can even embed live video on your website. Best of all, ScreenCamera.Net works hand in hand with the popular services that you already use, including Skype, AIM, Google Chat, Yahoo! Messenger, MSN, UStream.tv, BlogTV, LiveStream, and more.
Once you've gotten started with ScreenCamera.Net, you'll be able to dial it up to full levels of professionalism, thanks to the program's ability to superimpose visual elements in layers, much like Adobe Photoshop. Add polygons, images, text, and more to emphasize your point. Customize the video output with any all monitors,
any all external devices like webcams and TV cards, images, movies, audio tracks, polygons, text and date-time stamps which will supercharge your video conference room and recorded tutorials
Please note folks: ScreenCamera.Net is able to perform watermarking of videos, capturing and printing of images. ScreenCamera.Net has an image printer.
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