Welcome to my blog. In here I hope to share with you tips, tricks, hacks and code that will make your life easier as a network administrator or general computer user. I come with a background in computer engineering and have worked for the past 12 years in the Library world as Manager of Library Systems. Even though some of my posts may be Library specific, most will be of use to all computer users.

If you have a tip that you wish to share with the group, please feel free send me your tip via email at my address rkisch@kischtech.com and I will include it here and give credit where credit is do.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Sceenpresso a free screen capture program with a powerful feature set!

I have used Screenpresso for about 7 months now and it is a program that I couldn't do without. Not only does it allow me to do screen shots by selecting what part of the screen I want to capture, it can also capture full HD video (MP4, WebM, WMV, OGG and export in HTML5) for training programs.  The program sits in your tray and becomes active the minute that you press the "Print Screen" key, allowing to select precise section of your screen for capture or recording. It also includes a editing feature that can help in designing training screen shots to help your users understand complicated procedures. Or you can export screen-shots to Twitter, Facebook, G-Mail, Evernote, Flicker, FTP site or send your videos to YouTube. Best of all it free!

The free version will only record a maximum of 15 seconds of video but the full version (28.99 € per licence) will record unlimited amount of video. Here is a video that shows all of the neat features of this great tool.

Get it here: http://www.screenpresso.com/index.html