This is a software tool that captures full screen of a display.
This is a software tool that records the events on the display screen. The captures are done periodically. You are able to set the frame rate of the video that is created. This would be a useful tool for demonstrating how software functions. You could make a training video for how to use a particular software application. Video of a presentation too could be done and it will reach a wider audience as the viewers would not need to have PowerPoint installed on the machine. One could imagine several such uses for this simple tool. Nepflex Screen Recorder allows recording of events happening on the monitor, including the mouse pointer and the visualization of the regular and right clicks of the mouse buttons. The installation is simple and the operation too is easy enough for even a complete beginner.
On the interface you need to choose the video codec you want to use, there is a drop down list. The default is the AVI format. Other settings that are required is the frame rate and an appropriate output file. Click on the “start recording” button starts the video. Typically one would click on the same button (toggle action) to stop the recording or there’ll be a stop button. However, this requires you to use F9 or a click on the system tray to stop the recording. The recording area as full screen is the only choice available. Selectable window and an arbitrary window options would have been great! It is a simple tool that is quite useful.