Recently I was looking for ways to record and capture screencasts of my amateur photography editing work. Although there are many programs out there, few are free and as easy to use as Screenr.

Screenr requires NO SIGN UP, which is possibly my favorite part about the tool. Just launch the screen recorder, adjust the size of your recording area (you can record a small portion of your screen or the entire screen), and click record. Screenr allows 5 full minutes of recording, which is perfect for short instructional clips and quick tutorials for students. Plus, there are many options for immediate, easy sharing of your clips through Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google Plus and of course, email!

Check out the tour of Screenr below and make your own screencasts today!

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