We just launched a great new product called Screenr, which allows you to record screencasts directly within your web browser.
With Screenr, you can create publicly sharable high-definition screencasts of up to 5 minutes in duration. There’s nothing to download and it’s completely free. All you need is a web browser and Java, which most browsers already have installed.
Some highlights of what you can do with Screenr:
- Record from a Mac or a PC
- Preview your screencast before publishing
- Share via Twitter
- Retweet your favorite screencasts
- Publish directly to YouTube
- Share the link via email
- Output to MP4, then import into your Articulate projects
- Embed in your website or blog
- Play videos in full-screen mode
- Playback via your iPhone
Here’s a quick screencast (also embedded below) created by @fredericl of ReadWriteWeb as part of his Screenr review, where he notes that “Screenr stands out because of how incredibly easy it is to record a screencast and share it with your friends on Twitter:”
Enjoy, and happy screencasting!