Create Screencast Videos With These Web Based Screencasting Apps

Are you Searching for screencasting tools? We already covered few free screencasting tools. But what if you do not want to install any software for this. There are few screencasting web apps that lets users create screencasting videos without installing any software. Web based software are generally written in Java, so these support all major platforms. Your screencast will be automatically uploaded to cloud storage. So you not need to worry about video format.

In this post, we are listing three online screencasting web apps.

3 Web Based Screencasting Apps

1. Screencast-O-Matic

 Web Based Screencasting Apps
Screencast-O-Matic is a nice online tool which offers screen recording on Windows and Mac computers without need to install any software. Visit the website, pick the available presets (640×480, 800×600, etc.) and hit record. You can also add annotations in videos. In the free version, you can record 15 minutes video and host for free. It publish video in MP4, AVI and FLV formats. You also have option to publish video to YouTube, Google Drive and other. FOr more features, you can use pro-version of the tool.

2. ScreenCastle

ScreenCastle is another nice website that lets you record your system’s activity. Just visit the website and click on big red power button to start recording. It needs Java plugin, so install plugin when it prompts. When you are done with recording, it will show you link of video along with HTML embed code.

3. Screenr

Web Based Screencasting Apps
Screenr is another nice online tool to start screen recording online. You do not need to install anything except Java on your browser. You can record screen from PC and even from Mac systems. Create your account to have other features like saving you screencaste online and share it with friends on social networks. In this way, you can share just by sending them URLs. You will not have to send them by uploading video in email.
There are many other nice online screencasting tools. Share what you use for recording video tutorials. Comment below.

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