Aplus Screen Recorder a fost chilipirul zilei în 6 noiembrie 2010
Aplus Screen Recorder este un instrument uşor de folosit pentru crearea de programe demonstrative, tutoriale în pagini web, filme toturiale pentru utilizatori şi orice alte fişiere video tutoriale prin captarea activităţii ecranului desktop în format AVI, fişiere EXE care pot fi redate pe computerul dvs.
Aplus Screen Recorder poate capta ecranul computerului, player-ul video, camera web şi poate înregistra microfonul ( sau sistemul MCI) pentru ca tutorilele dvs. să fie pe înţelesul tuturor. Screen Recorder este un instrument mic care poate înregistra toată activitatea de pe ecranul computerului, incluzând mişcările cursorului, pornirea unui program, tastarea de text, apăsarea butonului mouse-ului, selectarea meniului şi orice adnotări efectuate. Este cel mai perfecţionat program de creare a tutorialelor video de pe internet la ora actuală.
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this is aplus software inc support guy. if you have question about use this program , please contact us to help us make it beeter. thanks every one
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Response to #2 (Audio Issues)
Under "Basic Settings" it appears by default "Record Audio" is disabled. Also, if you have a computer with IDT audio and both Internal Mic and Mic port, check the settings. The Default might be set to the opposite of the one you are trying to use.
Notes and BUGS:
- Company and Program name is in lower case in the Start menu, icons, and directories.
- You must select SAVE after any changes and after creating Video. This is because you can continue right from where you left off. Save ends the video and saves it.
- BUG: Basic Settings > Record Video > Settings Compressor Info > Type: Two exact version of Intel IYUV codec
- BUG: Basic Settings > Record Video > Settings > Compressor Info > Type: Intel IYUV codec (#1) = Color distored or missing. Grainy (possibly 4bit color?)
- BUG: Basic Settings > Record Video > Settings > Compressor Info > Type: Intel IYUV codec (#2) = No video
- BUG: Basic Settings > Record Video > Settings > Compressor Info > Type: Intel IYUV codec (#1) = Color distored or missing in video.
- BUG: Basic Settings > Record Region: Apointed region = Generates error and asks that you change region. Setting to Full works.
- BUG: Basic Settings > Record Region: Apointed region = Need better naming or a dialog box if you hover over a selection so one understands the option.
All test conducted on DELL Precision M2400, T9900 (3.06Ghz) 6GB Ram, VLAN, SPlayer and Windows Media Player 12.
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@ttrax (comment #2): Make sure "Stereo Mix" is selected. If you want to record Youtube Video with sound then Mic will not be of any help for this. I've not downloaded or tried this software as yet. I've developed one similar application before and offered an option to select Audio Input device just for this purpose. I hope this software also has such option, else you can always go to your System's Sound Settings and select Stereo Mix as your default Audio Input device.
I hope this will help you (and others who're interested in similar activity)! :-) Of course, Vincent (the support guy of this software; ref: comment #1) is already here and he may give you all a better guidance than me.
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Installs and records screen activity in video perfectly...but no matter what settings i try i cannot get any audio recorded?! Tried a screen capture with a youtube video streaming, all great except zero audio.
Tried every combination of card input & sample rate, makes no diffs.??
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Very similar to the free Camstudio, Aplus Screen Recorder is a somewhat buggy app that none-the-less does work. Rather than come with it's own codec, it uses [hopefully] your choice of installed VFW [Video For Windows] codecs, defaulting to the ancient Microsoft Video 1. In tests I had some problems getting Aplus Screen Recorder to actually use the codec I chose -- it kept reverting to an .exe file using *I think* that poor MS codec -- but when it did work it worked fairly well, with the main limitation of having a max 20 fps possible... set it any higher & it reverts to 20 fps after giving you an error message. It also has a somewhat un-intuitive annotation feature -- IMHO you'd be well off to download Camstudio for it's capture codec & help file, which explains how to use annotations & should apply well enough that you'll understand the basics.
RE: errors setting/using codecs, you may or may not have problems -- I have a lot of video software, a couple of Direct Show based tuner cards, & the latest related updates, so some older VFW stuff just doesn't work well, if at all. I have problems using Camstudio -- I can't record with it at all -- while Aplus Screen Recorder does work. VFW codecs are available in a wide range of *flavors*, including Windows Media [which does work with today's GOTD BTW] -- you may have to try more than one though, as not all codecs are intended to be fast enough for video capture of any sort. Check out videohelp.com's Tools page, &/or Google/Bing for Camstudio & VFW codecs.
Aplus Screen Recorder is almost portable, relying just on the program's registry key -- IOW no classes or components or anything beyond that key plus one for uninstall are added. The program's folder itself is ~8 MB holding 11 files, & the only other thing added to your hard drive is the Start Menu Shortcuts. With the exception of the Annotations stuff this screen recorder is pretty easy to figure out & use... Under Hotkey Setting you set keys for Record/Pause, Stop, & Cancel. Basic setting is where you set the destination folder, Record Region, Record Audio, & whether to record an .avi or .exe file, with what codec. Record, Sound, & Curser tabs or dialogs let you further control how the app behaves. In the lower right you open the Annotation dialog, & clicking the Camera button brings up a very simple video source dialog window -- it might work for you using a webcam or other video source, but I wouldn't count on it a whole lot.
There have been several alternatives on GOTD, or you can use the free Windows Media Encoder, or try the Free VirtualDub's screen capture in Capture mode, or use the free Unreal screen capture DS filter with most any video capture app, including VirtualDub's Capture mode. Camtasia I think has the most bells & whistles for recording things like tutorial videos, & every once in a while they give away older versions, while Fraps has long been a std for recording high fps screen video while gaming.
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