Here is a sample.
I want to make a video like this. Basically, I want to make a video which will capture all my screen. I believe Adobe presenter is a good option, but it is very expensive. Do you have other suggestions?
I would suggest BasicScreenRecorder. It is very basic and very easy to use. Follow this link: http://www.easyfreeware.com/basic_screen_recorder-27608-freeware.html
I was going to suggest Jing, but Aibek beat me. :)
One caveat though, free version of Jing only creates video in FLV format. But you can easily convert the video to any format you like using tons of free tools out there.
And regarding screen recording using new Quicktime X for Mac, here's the article about it: //www.makeuseof.com/tag/quick-screencasting-using-quicktime-x-in-mac-snow-leopard/
You can use Jing, it's free.See MakeUseOf review: How to Make a Great How-To Video
Nadesj said, if your in windows use camstudio. In linux, I would use Istanbul. On a mac, you can use the new built in feature in quicktime. You didn't state what os so I figure I give you all the free solutions out there. PS. If your gaming, use fraps.
I would suggest Screenr http://screenr.com/.
No need to install software, it's done through your web browser
There are websites that allow you to record your screen for free. We have reviewed 6 of these at //www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-create-a-screencast-pro-6-free-online-tools/, but if you prefer desktop programs, check these out: //www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-free-screencasting-apps-for-creating-video-tutorials/.
Here are a few tools we have covered in the past. Try them out.5 Free Screencasting Apps for Creating Video TutorialsHow to Create a Screencast Like a Pro with These 6 Online ToolsAnd a lot more here.
You can use Jing to accomplish this. I've also heard good things about Screencast.
very good and open source.
Haven't tried them, but found:
Give them a try. They are both free.