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First Look: macVCR 2.0


Arten Science has announced the immediate availability of macVCR 2.0, a Leopard application for capturing any video source on a Mac screen and saving it to QuickTime, AVI, M4V, or other movie formats.

While not as full-featured as Telestream's US$99 ScreenFlow or Ambrosia's US$69 Snapz Pro X, the entry-level price of macVCR 2.0 may make it attractive to Mac owners who are looking for a low-cost video capture solution. Features include:
  • Live Camera Feed Option
  • Magnify Area at Cursor
  • Date and Time Overlay Option
  • Choice of Codecs
  • Resolution Presets
  • Performance Adjustment
  • Support for Multiple Monitors
  • Record a Selected Region of any Monitor
  • Export to Windows Media, iPhone, Apple TV, AVI and Many More
  • Low Disk and CPU Usage
macVCR 2.0 is available for US$22.62 (£14.00) from the Arten Science Web store. A free trial download (click downloads application) is available for those who wish to try the software before they buy; it limits recording time to 90 seconds. macVCR 2.0 is free to educational and charity organizations.

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