Well the story is: I am going to train the co-workers of how to use our company's production software. I want to record the training on a DVD and I know you can record the screen display movement (mouse click, typing,..) while recording the audio instruction. Can someone direct me to this type of application? I remember came across this topic a while ago in this forum, but cannot locate it.
Screenflow is the best, Although I heard iShowU HD is good.
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I use SnapZ ProX for screen movies of my software for instructional purposes. It has been really useful. I tried IShowU a couple of years ago and did not like it as much. I can't comment on the others.
For your intended purpose, I cannot tell you how pleased you will be. People never read instruction manuals but they will watch a movie. I did a couple of movies for a client just at the commissioning of the software. They have passed them back and forth and made really good use of them.