Wondershare DemoCreator Review
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Review For Wondershare DemoCreator 3.0
Wondershare DemoCreator is slide-based screen recording software to create screencast in minutes. You can generate your own screen recording video in just three steps: record, edit and publish. Since screencast is widely used in software presentation, video marketing, education and training, choose a simple yet powerful screen recorder will save your time/cost and improve your screencast video to a new level.
I came across this program when I surfed the net and searched for a program which allowed me to capture my onscreen activity as video. I downloaded the program and took about 10 minutes to browse through. Here are some points of my first impression.
– The Office 2007 style UI is really impressive. I think people who used PowerPoint or Word can easily start their video making.
– The preparation guide is comprehensive. When you open the program, you will notice there is a recording guide window asking you to choose the record area, record mode and other auto record options. This makes thing easy to understand.
– The video editing feature is useful. Although DemoCreator provides simple additional objects to enhance my video, but I found all of them are must have.
As far as I imagine, the screen recording software can only record full screen. That’s OK to me. But I don’t know Wondershare DemoCreator allows me to choose the record area like an app window, full screen and even a particular area of your screen. It’s very convenient because it save me lots time to trim the video.
Wondershare DemoCreator allows me to record the operations while recording. For example, when I press Enter or Alt+A, it records the keystrokes and reminds you in video in a text box automatically. It can also record mouse movements.
It’s a great idea to make a voice over screen video if you have a microphone. I record a trial demo with my narration. It’s great to hear my own voice in the preview.
Another important key point that I’d like to refer is the video editing feature. When I finish the recording, there is a built-in editor to modify and enhance the video. In video editor, the whole video is divided into several slides which are listed at left side. And there is a time line at the bottom to display all objects in the current slide.
Wondershare DemoCreator provides a number of features to beautify the screencast video. I try them one by one and find they are the basic to make my video smarter. Here are some useful objects that I want to mention:
– Callout: a text box or balloon that you can add words in it.
– Flash animation: some Flash animations that can be inserted to video. The SWF file can be imported, too.
– Zoom: enlarge a particular area of the video.
– Logo: import a logo as brand or copyrights announcement.
– Audio Editor: a simple audio editor which lets me cut and trim tracks, record narration or even import existing audio file to the video.
All things are listed in a time line bar so it’s easy for me to find, modify and reposition these objects by dragging and dropping.
When all things are done, there will be up to 7 kinds of popular video output formats (AVI, WMV, MPEG, 3GP, MP4, FLV and MOV) to publish the video. I notice there is one option especially designed for YouTube users, I export in standard YouTube output format and upload to YouTube, the video fits YouTube player well. I also try the 720P HD, it works well.
There is always a summary part in review, so here it is.
The Office 2007 UI makes me a great user’s experience.
The editing feature is simple and useful. Everyone can enjoy beautifying his/her video.
Very convenient to generate MP4 video and upload it to YouTube.
You can’t import background music and voice tracks at the same time.
It’s a shareware of $99. I find the developer is holding an event of giving free license. You can write a review then post online to get a free copy like I do.
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