Screencasting

Jeremy Wagstaff writes: “Screencasts are little movies you create on your computer. In most cases, they are movies of your computer. You use special software to capture the keystrokes and mouse clicks you make on your screen, demonstrating, say, how to use Google (the screen bit of screencasting). Then, once you’ve edited and added a voiceover, you upload it to your Web site and let everyone else watch it (the casting bit).”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.