Screen Recording Tools

Screen recording tools are a brilliant way of sharing your knowledge with your team, your clients, partners and learners. In this video, I am sharing with you a few screen recording tools that are used, and links to all of them are below. It is much easier to explain concepts with a visual illustration of what you are talking about. I often record instructional videos could like quick explainers – talking my team through their tasks, project details and so on.
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Screen recording tools are a brilliant way of sharing your knowledge with your team, your clients, partners and learners.   It is much easier to explain concepts with a visual illustration of what you are talking about. I often record instructional videos could like quick explainers – talking my team through their tasks, project details and so on. You can also record your presentations and share them with your audiences – like webinars or lessons. In this video, I am sharing with you a few screen recording tools that are used, and links to all of them are below

Vimeo

Free trial available with certain restrictions. Check pricing for more options and details.

What’s included with the Free Vimeo plan?

Stream Yard

Free option available with certain restrictions.
Check pricing for more options and details.

Loom

Free option available with certain restrictions.
Check pricing for more options and details.

Nimbus

Free option available with certain restrictions.
Check pricing for more options and details.

Zoom

Free option available with certain restrictions. Check the pricing and options. 

You can read more about recording on Zoom in this post: SCREEN RECORDING & ANNOTATING USING ZOOM

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