I like this one the most.
It lets you tweek anything — from capture fps and color palette to screen size and output format.
Well, it'is not so good for tutors, maybe, as it has no post editing options, zoom ins, point clicks and so on, (screen flow/screeneium do this better) but this is the only tool that does not slow down your computer when doing its job.
For me this is the only way to convert complex flash movies to video. The best result can be achieved when slowing down the flash movie fps itself (if you have sources. sure) and then slow down the SnapZ capturing fps. Then you just have to create png-sequence and conform it in any video editing software.
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