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PCHand Screen Capture Recorder Suite< のgiveaway は 2010年2月25日
PCHand Screen Capture Recorder Suiteはデスクトップ撮影に最適なプログラム。
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 (x32/x64); 1.0 GHz processor or above; 512 MB of RAM; 25 MB HD Space
The software consists of two separate programs- one video capture and one for screen capture.
The screen capture works well - one feature which I find very useful is the ability to capture the entire contents of a scrolling window.
The video capture software works well. Using the default capture format of AVI the colours of captured video does not match the original! However when I changed the video format to MP4, the active window was recorded with the correct colour.
I highly recommend this software.
An alternative to the screen capture part is TNT Screen Capture which is free, but has also been given away here too.
Oh, and to clarify my comments - the "scrolling window" captures the entire contents of a window with a scroll bar - rather than just grabbing the visible area. Something which has been lacking in similar products I have tried.
For both programs - Successful download, installation, activation on Win 7 (32-bit) OS. Nice, simple, easy-to-navigate GUIs, very easy to operate. Also, they both have lots of nice customization & editing options and features (too many to list here.)- Two thumbs up for both programs. Thanks, GOTD & PCHand.
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Gadwin PrintScreen - CNET User Rating 4/5
Debut Video Recording - CNET User Rating 3.5/5
My initial impressions were favourable. Both programs were easy and quick to install on Windows XP SP3. The GUI designs are good - simple, easy to use, and offering plenty of configuration options.
However, that's as far as my favourable impressions went. I tried capturing three videos running on another media player, using three different settings, after Googling for advice on formats (the program offers little guidance on which to choose). I was trying to achieve maximum quality output. The first couple of attempts looked rather grainy and had appreciable sync delays between video and audio.
So far, not very remarkable. Here's the interesting bit: my third recording attempt led within seconds to a Windows crash with a blue screen error. The blue screen announced that Windows had shut down to prevent damage to my system, and warned me to uninstall any recently installed hardware or software. The blue screen of death! Wow, I haven't seen that for a long time. Takes me back to the days of Windows 98.
Ok, so the initial graininess and syncing problems would not be a big deal, if I had the confidence to experiment further with the program. But a blue screen error, on a well-maintained, stable version of XP Pro, with plenty of free memory, and no other applications running at the same time? No way. Far too risky. I uninstalled immediately. At least I can say that the two programs went away quickly and politely, without leaving any registry traces.
I would be very interested to hear from the developers how much testing was conducted on the screen recorder program before it was released.
While this isn't the total disaster that the aborted giveaway was, the code quality isn't very good. #8, oliviab, the installer just dumps this into the same folder as the previous version, leaving the previous shortcuts and adding this version's (i.e., low quality installer). Still has rampant, egregious spelling errors. Changes the Access Control List for its Program Files folder so that it can improperly write to it (what good is Vista UAC when Microsoft lets installers do absolutely anything, and without any prompts?)
Neither the screen recorder nor the screen capture support multiple monitors. Both caused bizarre display problems on my PC (no other capture/recorder program does that). The screen recorder reported several errors and the output file was corrupted.
People have mentioned some alternatives. For screen video recording and editing, the commercial BSR Screen Recorder and Movie Lab are very good. There are tons of screen capture utilities; for basic high-quality captures on Vista and Windows 7, I like the commercial NTWind WinSnap. For annotation (presently not so good for capture) there's the commercial MicroInvention CrossGL SnapDraw and the free FastStone Image Viewer (Edit, Draw Board).
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