Create and Record Screencasts with @recorditapp #WebToolsWiki

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A website or blog can be made even more attractive with a screencast and not just an ordinary one but an animated type. It’s a great way to make your content stand out.

You can get an assistant when recording quick videos from your screen with and then turn them into animated GIFs that you can put in your blog post. These also work well on Google Plus.

GIF files are smaller in size compared to the video files. As such, they can easily be displayed on the websites.

Recordit lets you record your screen for a maximum of five minutes. It’s simple to use and you don’t need to configure anything.

To use this tool, first download it from the site. Just click the camera icon on the system tray, choose the recording area and click the record button. Once you’re done, your video will automatically be created and then uploaded to the Recordit servers.

Mac and Windows versions are available. It has a free and paid plan.

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