Jitbit Macro Recorder 5.6.5.1

Record keyboard and mouse actions for later use. Automate repetitive tasks.

August 22, 2013
Shareware
Windows (all)
861 KB
2,885
6
4.5 / 5    (2 votes)

Use JitBit Macro Recorder to record keyboard, record mouse movement, record mouse clicks. All recorded keystrokes and mouse activity can be replayed or saved to disk for later use. This utility will save you a lot of time on repetitive tasks. Use it to automate ANY activity in ANY windows application, record on-screen presentations and tutorials.

With this keyboard and mouse automation utility you can perform complex tasks in seconds, no programming skills needed. Macro Recorder features a powerful event/macro editor, debug-mode replay, infinite looping etc.

Not just a macro recorder
Why limit yourself with keyboard and mouse recording? Insert custom commands and statements into your macros: "launch website", "open file", "wait for window", "goto", "shutdown" and many more. Add logic to your macros using the "IF - THEN" statement, "REPEAT X TIMES" statement.

Easy to use
Macro Recorder features an easy and straightforward user interface. Forget about hours wasted on reading manuals. Start using Macro Recorder in seconds. Just click "Record" with your mouse and start working. Watch a video!

Compile to EXE
Convert your macro to an EXE-file that runs on any windows-compatible computer (feel free to redistribute). To save space and improve performance the resulting EXE file is packed and compressed using the advanced optimization techniques.

Accessible
Assign your mouse & keyboard macros to hotkeys and run them from any application.

Smart & Flexible
Macro Recorder can find images on a screen, detect when a window changes it's position etc. Macro Recorder comes with full windows-shell integration and scheduling. Macros can be edited with the built-in full-featured editor.

Adjustable
Variable playback speed, macro recording filters, loop the macro playback, "stealth-mode" macro-recording and more.

What's New:

  • Fixes #68 - "open file" command runs twice sometimes.