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Sunday, June 13, 2021

Archive for the 'Screen Capture Software' Category

Viddle: Create and publish videos without the pain #ad

Viddle is a full-blown video hosting & marketing suite. It will let you host, play and market your HD training, promotion, and sales videos for yourself and for your clients. These videos can be placed on any landing page, blog, Shopify, or membership site for the highest lead conversions, sales, and profit. It has been created by the team led by top marketer Neil Napier. Viddle is a breakthrough multi-purpose video marketing tool to: ► Create Professional Videos ► Import Videos Without needing an API ► Host and Play Videos on the Ultra Fast Server ​​​​​​​► Market Your... [...]

VidSnatcher 2.0 is live; affordable Camtasia alternative #ad

VidSnatcher 2.0 is the best Camtasia alternative out there, and it has quite a few features that even Camtasia doesn’t have. It is a winning solution for explaining products and for training people on any topic because it was designed specifically for these two purposes. Why you need Vidsnatcher 2.0 ► It is low-cost, hundreds of dollars less than Camtasia. Plus, there’s special low pricing during the launch ► It is in the cloud. There’s nothing to install. ► Mobile Recording VidSnatcher 2.0 records videos with any mobile device plus IOS and Android Screen Capture recording. ►... [...]

Updated & better than ever, VidSnatcher 2.0 is here #ad

Do you remember VidSnatcher? Bravinn Technologies along with Todd Gross launched it a little over a year ago. It’s the screen capture and green-screen based video editor that’s similar to Camtasia, but hosted in the cloud. It was well accepted among online marketers last year because it is an outstanding screen capture program as well as a video creator and editor that enables marketers with no special skills to produce effective videos that train and explain anything they choose. It proved to be especially helpful in 2020 when people were working and studying remotely, and online training... [...]