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FindMySoft Editor's Review
ScreenFlash – Records the Screen, Saves it as Flash
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It is a lot easier to show people how to do something than to verbally explain how to perform that task. That’s why it is more convenient to create a video tutorial for performing a task rather than coming up with a text tutorial. The Unflash-developed tool ScreenFlash is ideally suited for the task of creating tutorials. The application records whatever happens on the screen, lets you edit the recording, then saves the whole thing as Flash so you can post the tutorial online.

The ScreenFlash installation file is only 3.1MB in size, meaning it will take but a moment for the download to complete. Installing the application, which means you have to run the aforementioned file and click through a setup wizard, will also take little of your time. To sum it up, getting the application up and running will not take long.

The video you’re working on is presented front and center on the application’s interface. Above it and to the right there are several buttons associated with various functions ScreenFlash can perform. Beneath it there’s a timeline of your recording.

You can set it so that ScreenFlash will capture a single window, a certain area of the desktop, or the entire screen. The recording process can be started from the ScreenFlash icon in the system tray, or by using hotkeys (Alt+S for starting and stopping the recording, Alt+P for pausing the recording).

When you’re done recording, it’s time to move on to the editing. You can cut out parts from the recording, add an audio layer, insert images, notes, text, shapes and more. The nice thing is that you can easily access all the editing functions ScreenFlash has to offer. Once you’re done, you can save your work as SWF, AVI, or GIF.

Here are a couple more things you can do with the ScreenFlash applicaton: take screenshots and convert SWF to EXE.

For 30 days you can evaluate the functionality ScreenFlash has to offer for free. When this evaluation period is over, you will have to get a license to keep using the application.

Coming up with good looking tutorials for your website is a very simple task thanks to ScreenFlash.

Pros
Getting ScreenFlash up and running will take little time. The application’s interface is intuitive and easy to use. Record the whole screen, a region of the screen, or a specific window. Easily edit the recording and export it as SWF, AVI, or GIF. Use ScreenFlash to convert SWF to EXE.

Cons
Free to use for a trial period of 30 days.

You can download ScreenFlash free here.
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ScreenFlash Editor's Review Rating
ScreenFlash has been reviewed by George Norman on 24 Sep 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated ScreenFlash 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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