Video Software Capture Desktop Screen Record

Desktop Screen Record 5.0 for Windows

by Record Screen Development

Avg. Rating 4.0 (1 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.7 MB
License Shareware, $24.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,029
Publisher Record Screen Development
Homepage Desktop Screen Record

Publisher's Description

Desktop Screen Record is an easy video screen capture & screen recording tool to record screen activities and sounds into video movie files. You can use this screen capture software to record full screen or any area of the desktop screen, to record the cursor's movement even with highlight. It also supports audio recording, during the process of screen video recording. You can start, pause, stop the screen & sound recording by pressing user-defined hotkeys anytime with it. By choosing the output audio, video codec, quality, framerate from the Options Dialog, you can set the output AVI Video file formats easily. Residing on the system tray area when minimized, it is ready to record screen at anytime. Now you can create video demos with this powerful tool quickly and easily.

Latest Reviews

bokhylla

bokhylla reviewed v5.0 on Mar 5, 2006

Desktop Screen Record 5 is easy to use and it works very well. It does what it is supposed to do, that is, to record a video file of your desktop screen. I think it is not so good that when I change the settings (for example to record the whole screen instead of a part of it), the program will change back to its default settings next time I load. I think it would be better that the last change also would be the default ones, for we all have different preferences. However, this is a minor fault! Björn Lundahl, Göteborg, Sweden

Avg. Rating 4.0 (1 votes)
Your Rating
bokhylla

bokhylla reviewed v5.0 on Mar 5, 2006

Desktop Screen Record 5 is easy to use and it works very well. It does what it is supposed to do, that is, to record a video file of your desktop screen. I think it is not so good that when I change the settings (for example to record the whole screen instead of a part of it), the program will change back to its default settings next time I load. I think it would be better that the last change also would be the default ones, for we all have different preferences. However, this is a minor fault! Björn Lundahl, Göteborg, Sweden

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