i like tis software..
To further elaborate on belacan's post, ScreenPresso is a really professional looking screen video capture software – that means it can be used to record what shows up on your PC monitor, webcam, etc. as a video.
However, this seems like blatant advertising! At least it is a free software, unlike those converter posts previously made by spammers. I am still considering reporting this post, though.
Looks interesting, thanks.
@Adrian: It could be spam, but I don't think so – spam typical tries to hide itself as a legit post whereas the OP for this post clearly made no effort to do so.
PLUS……….Al has not sent out the warning flag yet!
If I understand the post at Gizmo's correctly, Screenpresso won't even work if you block its access to the net.
How to lose friends and not influence people: if, as reported here, screenpresso will only function if allowed Internet access, then it isn't a product to merit endorsement on dot tech.
Developers are perfectly able to write software in such a way that user/chooser options exist from the get-go.
I've no problem with any software which dials out in the interests of seeking updates or newer versions. . . providing I have the option to turn off that dial-out component: after all, I can check for myself as and when.
Screenpresso is shooting itself in the foot if the posts on here are accurate, because I won't be alone in resolving not to go anywhere near it. And, as earlier noted, Screenpresso really doesn't deserve any kind of recommendation if it is yet *another* product which exists to serve the interests of its developer first, and the user second -- instead of t'other way around.
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