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AVI or common media format Recording Tool

AVI or common media format Recording Tool

AVI or common media format Recording Tool

(OP)
I'm not sure if I picked the right forum but I want to record screen activity to preferably an avi format.  There used to be like a MS CamCorder program but I can't find it.  Does Flash do this?  It will be used for training or FAQ's show and tell.
Thanks

John Durbin

Brainbench Certified Professional VFP Programmer
ICQ VFP ActiveList #73897253

RE: AVI or common media format Recording Tool

(OP)
Looks good.  I see they have video drive issues with 98 and won't run on 2000.  I have PhotoShop but don't know much about it.  There isn't a screen capture in it or ImageReady is there?  I see you mentioned 'quick frame.'  
Thanks

John Durbin

Brainbench Certified Professional VFP Programmer
ICQ VFP ActiveList #73897253

RE: AVI or common media format Recording Tool

You can also use Adobe Primeire to capture video I believe

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