Screen2EXE makes it possible to record full screen demos of any window. With Screen2Exe you can record your screen movements to an EXE file, record your activity from a keyboard, record audio from a microphone, display selection, apply filter, overlay, draw, and draw bar, apply image effects, capture snapshot, manage tab, apply image control, create screen record, display freeze, create record, display rotation, display redraw, support selection masking, display resizing, create preview/recording, create password protect, display rotate, display flip, display image zoom, display clipboard protection, and much more. These are just some of the useful functions that Screen2Exe can do. It is available for both windows and Mac OS X. The software is a Free Open Source project under GNU Public License. You can download the latest version from downloads. Screen2Exe also provides several other tools such as:
If you use Windows XP, first uninstall Screen2Exe by clicking on the "start" button on the windows desktop, type "msconfig" in the field given at "Safe Mode" in the Control Panel, choose the "install" tab, look for the "screensaver" entry, click "OK", and then click "flush all registry". Then, restart your computer, open a new window, type "msconfig" again in the field given in "Safe Mode" and then click "scan". This will uninstall the Screen2Exe, as well as any programs related to Screen2Exe on your computer.
To make your Screen-recordings flawless and easier to edit, you should use Screen-record. Screen-record allows you to edit your screen recordings with ease, by cropping the parts of the video you want to record and dragging and dropping the other areas of your choice to your desired location. To do this, you should go to your "add ons" section and locate your Screen-record demo. Another useful application is called Screenflow. It will allow you to create a video with ease and create screen capture demos.