Screen recording software is a class of software which enables the recording of a computer's screen, optionally with audio and/or a webcam.
While screen recording software was initially developed to create video user guides, they have become indispensable tools for teaching staff to record teaching material for iBLOCs, MOOCs, eLearning Week or other purposes.
There are also self-supported alternatives.
Adobe Presenter allows you to record audio narration to PowerPoint (Windows only), slide by slide, and make the standalone presentation available for viewing online or in IVLE Multimedia. Adobe Presenter also has screen recording functionality, allowing you to record anything on your desktop aside from PowerPoint.
Staff who intend to make changes to individual slides after recording.
Ink2Go is a screen recorder with built-in annotation tools.
Staff who are recording software without annotation tools e.g. web browser, spreadsheet.
Students who have to record presentations for their classes.
Camtasia Studio is a video-based screen capturing software program.
Some of the features includes video effects and animation. It supports cross platforms (Win, Mac).
Staff who need a more advanced editing tool with added features to create a screen recording.
TechSmith Relay enables you to create a screen recording with the least amount of effort.
The software records your presentation, optionally with a webcam, after which it uploads the presentation to a server.
The presentation can then be viewed though a link online or published in IVLE Multimedia.
Staff who need a simple and quick way to create a screen recording.