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    I'm looking for software that will do screen captures with editing and audio capabilities. I'm aware of Adobe Captivate. Anything else out there you'd recommend?
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    I used Camtasia when making these and virtually the rest of my other videos. It does the job. You should be able to find a Free Trial at the website. It has everything you'd need. Capturing is extremely easy. Editing is self-explanatory. I self-taught myself on the program.








    EDIT: Here's the link to their site: http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia/
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    Those are pretty cool, thanks. I've heard of Camtasia and will consider it. I'm more looking for something that will capture the spreadsheet on my computer screen while I annotate it and provide my own dialogue at the same time.
    A presentation.
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    Those are pretty cool, thanks. I've heard of Camtasia and will consider it. I'm more looking for something that will capture the spreadsheet on my computer screen while I annotate it and provide my own dialogue at the same time.
    A presentation.
    Yup, you can turn on your microphone with it while you're capturing something.

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