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A Neat Free Seminar Presentation Software

February 20, 2011

Greetings Friends,

I have now purchased all the gadgets needed to give compelling & effective presentations for my clients, being an architect, I need to elaborate many aspects of my building design…basically to explain my client the concept of my design and all the reasoning which goes behind it. So to enhance the presentation experience I was in search of a good freeware which serves the purpose. Here I found out the freeware I was looking for and thought of sharing it with you all.

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Webinaria – Create, Publish and Share Screencasts

Webinaria is a free screen recording/screencast software to create presentations or software demos. You can use the Webinaria Recorder to capture your desktop screen movements, record voice narration and Webcam videos in Flash format. You can then upload the Flash videos to the web.

Webinaria is a useful tool for demonstrating software features and e-learning purposes. It helps software developers or salesperson to demonstrate their work that are hard to explain in word and also reduces the amount of technical support required.

Webinaria Recorder features:

  • create Flash (AVI to FLV) recordings of your desktop and publish online
  • record voice commentary with your presentation or demo
  • show a “picture in picture” video via webcam of you presenting
  • Record desktop presentations, video and audio
  • Share your sales presentations and training demos

To create a screencast, you need to download the Webinaria Recorder, go to and click on the download link. You also need your microphone and webcam to start recording your desktop presentation demo or screencast. To learn how to use Webinaria, watch the demo video below.

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