Jing Project- Free Screencasts for Mac or PC

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  1. given says:

    May i suggest an easier and faster screencasting tool ?

    ScreenToaster – http://www.screentoaster.com

    ScreenToaster is a free web-based screen recorder designed to capture screen activity in real-time then embed videos in blogs and websites. It works in all browsers and doesn't require any download.

    – Live audio capture
    – Embed webcam in screen capture
    – Subtitles
    – Accelerated or slow-motion playback / Pauses
    – Upload to Youtube
    – Download your screencast in .avi

    What bloggers say about ScreenToaster:
    Techcrunch, Michael Arrington : "The ease of use is just awesome. It takes literally seconds to create and publish a screencast."
    Digital Inspiration, Amit Agarwal: "ScreenToaster Does a YouTube for Screen Videos."
    Go2Web20, Orli Yakuel: "So right now, ScreenToaster is the best choice that you'll find, and the results are very good. Seriously, I couldn't find any reason not to use it. Overall, you'll save yourself time & money."
    ReadWriteWeb, Frédéric Lardinois: "ScreenToaster is definitely a contender for being one of the best and easiest to use tools available."
    Mashable, Jennifer Van Grove: "We think ScreenToaster is an excellent solution that brings advanced screencasting options to all levels of computer users. … It’s a safe option to recommend to clients, friends, and family members."
    Master New Media, Robin Good: "And again, more than anything else ScreenToaster is by far the simplest and most immediate screncasting tool to use out there. If you want to know what I think, here it is: ScreenToaster is going to toast them all. Seriously."

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