This program stands as a capable tool for capturing PC activities. ViewletCam's interface turns out to be a mixed bag. We liked how the program employs a time line for easy video editing, but the tools for selecting windows and screen areas were rather inconvenient to use. In our testing, the application did a good job of recording a full-screen game with sound. You can save your videos as self-playing EXE files or SWFs, although the sound quality was rather poor when using the latter format. The utility offers an impressive set of editing tools, including those for cropping, splitting, and joining files. We especially appreciated the feature that allows you to create full-fledged tutorials and software presentations. You can soup up your clips with sound comments and annotated arrows, and you also can add buttons so users can rewind or fast-forward your movie. Unlike many similar programs, this one didn't appear to have a negative impact on system performance. From what we've seen, ViewletCam makes a solid choice and can be especially useful to computer instructors.
What's new in version 2.0.245
Version 2.0.245 added computer recording support for Vista and Windows 7 and fixed occasional FLV/AVI Output Sync issues with the sound and graphics layer.
ReleaseSeptember 7, 2011
Date AddedSeptember 7, 2011
Operating SystemsWindows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP
ViewletCam is a tool to convert PowerPoint for the Web. ViewletCam is a rich media software tool from Qarbon that enables you to record, edit, enhance and publish full-motion videos from your PC, making it simple to quickly and easily produce compelling interactive content that engages your customers, prospects, partners and employees.