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Say Good-Bye To Screentoaster

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My track record of very strongly recommending new web applications — and then seeing them go out of business — continues.

Screentoaster, the super-simple way to make audio and video screencasts, is closing up shop on July 31st. It’s on several of my “The Best…” lists, including The Best Sites To Practice Speaking English and The Best Tools For Making Screencasts.

Thanks to Clif Mims for the tip.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. I just used ScreenToaster for the first time to update a pharmaceutical sales webinar and it worked great. Like other people, I used Camtasia before but after switching to a Mac, I had to find something else. I tried Jing and it worked fine except that it had a limit of five minutes video time (at least for the free version). I stumbled on ScreenToaster and since it is compatible with Mac, I gave it a try. I recommend all Mac users try it if they need screen capture. So looks like they brought it back just in time for me!

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