Create your demonstrations easily with Screencast O matic

Screencast-O-Matic allows you to create screencast videos. You can also use narration to customize your videos.

Screencast-O-Matic is a simple tool : you will be able to create and edit your own training videos in order to guide your learners step by step.

Screencast O matic also has a more comprehensive paid version on offer for $15 a year here

Available only in English.

 

Overall

Using Screencast O matic with 360Learning is very simple !

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Overall:

A simple, free tool allowing you to create your own interactive tutorials by filming your screen and guiding the learner through each step.

Screencast O matic is a simple, free tool that allows you to record videos of screenshots and webcam feed that are up to 15 minutes in length! It also includes a microphone capture feature, allowing the recording of audio commentary at the same time.  It is therefore ideal to illustrate your training schemes devoted to the familiarization with tools or platforms. Screencast O matic also allows you to simultaneously film webcam and screen shots. This can be useful for the trainer, who can simultaneously explain the various steps and best practices on the webcam, and demonstrate via the screen.

This format is ideal to easily create your own content and foster learning, and can be particularly useful in the case of in-house training to the use of new software. Many of 360Learning's clients use it in this particular context. For instance, a company specializing in retail uses it to train its collaborators in the use of tablets in their stores.

Demonstration

 

Using it with 360Learning is very simple!  

Export your recording in video format

Upload your video to 360Learning!

 

What we liked:

- Easy to use: record with a single click 

- Features you an use simultaneously: webcam and screen recording, mic functionality

- Being able to choose the size and the area of the screen to be filmed

 

Similar tools:  Iorad , Camtasia , iSpring Cam

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