Screen Recording Software for Windows

CodPiece XL

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I've been asked to create a tutorial of a process I do routinely at work. I think it will be a one and done, it's not something I'll need to do again. Can anyone suggest, preferably a free version, of screen recording software for Windows 10? I think it will be about 15 mins long, then I'll need to upload to YouTube.
 

kelpapa

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I have no idea if it's good or not anymore, but I used to use Jing years ago.
 

djbayko

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I've been asked to create a tutorial of a process I do routinely at work. I think it will be a one and done, it's not something I'll need to do again. Can anyone suggest, preferably a free version, of screen recording software for Windows 10? I think it will be about 15 mins long, then I'll need to upload to YouTube.
Obviously depends on how large the company you work for is. Screen recording is a common need in today's world, especially within training organizations, and there are countless solutions. Might your company have a chosen vendor and perhaps licenses already laying around? Of course, you've probably thought of this, and therefore, the fact that you're asking for help means that's a dead end :)
 

Ramon AC

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What?
Maybe this was was common knowledge, but I learned this week that PowerPoint has a screen recording function.
 

ifmanis5

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If you need to do this more often, just know that Camtasia is industry standard for tutorials on Windows. Screnflow for Mac.
 

luckiestman

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If you need to do this more often, just know that Camtasia is industry standard for tutorials on Windows. Screnflow for Mac.
I use QuickTime for my Mac. It’s so easy. Uni provides Kaltura but I think it sucks. I’ll look into Screnflow.

edit: sometimes I hate the internet. I just googled screen flow vs Qtime. Quota answer comes up and some “expert” says you can’t to picture in picture with QTime. You can.

View: https://youtu.be/mLyPrblmPp4
 
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