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I've used it to create several extensive demos of our software, and I'm very
happy with it. Easy to learn and I noticed very few (if any) bugs or issues.
The only caveat is that, by default, it requires the end-user to install a
proprietary CODEC. There's an .EXE which can be used for this purpose, or
you can switch the default to use a standard Windows CODEC. The Techsmith
CODEC, however, seems to have great compression and resolution.
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