Creating video tutorials is a great way of demonstrating how to use your piece of software or providing friends and colleagues with details of a particular function within an application. ALLCapture is designed to make the process of producing your own videocasts all the easier - and it doesn't do badly at all. You simply need to specify the part of the screen you wish to record before starting the recording process. After the desired actions on the screen are captured, ALLCapture opens the video in a standard digital editor. You can then quickly chop and change unwanted passages or alter the sequence of the transmission. Audio comments or mood music can be added using the software with just one click.
In addition you can buff up the video tutorial with ALLCapture. Through the use of speech bubbles or digital notes you can tie more succinct explanations to your clips. Special tools like the so-called Rubber Band or Spotlight effect can also be used to emphasize certain cutouts graphically. Exporting the file as a video is a simple process and although it doesn't support a huge range of movie formats, you can output the file as an executable.
ALLCapture proves to be a very useful assistant for the creation of video tutorials and clips of what's happening on the screen. The software is clear enough to be used for beginners, who can achieve great looking results with minimum brainwork.