Webinaria Is Screencast Recorder With Build-In Video Editor

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There are 3 important characteristics which you must look for in a screencast recording tool – output video quality, ability to convert video into widely used format, and audio narration support. If you want these attributes in a simple yet powerful screencast recorder, check out Webinaria. It is a distraction free open source utility which works from Windows system tray, and has the ability to convert recorded video into FLV format on-the-fly. It can capture full screen, only active application, or defined size of screen. Unlike other screencast recorders, you can get required output video FPS without having to use any third-party converter to align video FPS with audio narration.

The main screen shows hotkeys to quickly start, pause and stop recording. Before clicking Record button or using a hotkey combination, move to hardware and options tab to set it up according to your requirements.

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Under hardware tab, choose the installed webcam and sound device. From options, you can toggle Record audio narration and Record webcam video options On/Off, define area of screen to be captured, and select video FPS. After all the settings are in place, minimize it to system tray and use the hotkey combination to start recording screencast. Besides using hotkeys, you can also pause and stop recording from its system tray menu.

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When you’re done recording the screencast, stop the recording to bring up Webinaria screencast editor. Here, you get options to tweak with recorded screencast. You can enter text at defined interval, check and move between each recorded frame, enable/disable sound, convert the screencast into FLV format, and, finally get a preview of edited screencast.

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Don’t forget to click Save after making changes. Now play the screencast in your favorite media player to verify the specified FPS and video quality. As per testing results, we found it to be working fine with no noticeable problems. It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.

Download Webinaria (Mirror)

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  • Janaki

    There is only source code to download for this app “Webinaria”. That no help at all. I want the app not the source code. The source code is useless to me. By your post you have baited the hook with this software. BUT when one reaches for the bait it is in a sealed glass bottle. You cannot get it.

    • Q

      I thought the same at first, but there is a .exe under the files tab.

  • Janaki

    Cannot find the .exe. Only the following “Download webinaria-source.zip (5.5 MB)”. When I look inside I do not find and .exe

    Q any pointers?

  • Janaki

    Q – I found the link to get the .exe file.

    Here is the link to anybody looking for it. This is the link that should have been given.

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/webinaria/files/webinaria/Source%20code/

    Some intersesting comments at – read before you download.

    http://download.cnet.com/Webinaria/3000-13633_4-10705452.html

  • Post is updated with Mirror link.

  • Chuong

    Horrible tool, way too big file and low quality output. BB FlashBack Express works best for me http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/free-windows-screencast-video-software/

  • Hi usman.
    Thanks for the help.I really needed it.

  • PeterTsoi

    while recording youtube file, the sound is missing. I am using Window 7 without sound card, is this the problem? If not, I just cannot find any setting which can make the sound out, please help.

  • abcd

    for some reason the buttons at the bottom of the screen

  • Giulio Mario Palenzona

    interestingly unusable : 32,4 MB for an useless 55 sec .FLV (compressed ???) conversion file (manually recovered by renaming a temp after sistematic crash at 99% done, on Win 8.1), 1,2 GB (GIGABYTES sirs) of temporary space for the parent .avi file, the .flv having been sampled for minimum quality, and parent native .avi for the lowest framerate (5 fps).
    Is that all an awry joke ???

    • Giulio Mario Palenzona

      well … i surely miss some important detail, it seem unreal …