BB FlashBack Express can record high frame rate, high quality movies without affecting PC performance, even on lower powered PCs. Our users have succeeded in recording large animations that other screen recorders struggled with.
Give your movies the personal touch. Make an appearance with a picture-in-picture webcam recording. One click, and BB FlashBack Express records from the webcam while it records the screen.
Record a commentary at the same time as the screen. It's easy to record the microphone, PC speakers or other sources.
Ideal for usability testing, monitoring and similar applications, BB FlashBack Express lets you record forever but limit the movie file size.
Easy To Use and Always Ready
BB FlashBack Express lives in your icon tray or floating above the desktop, so its always available. The easy to use window shows you just the options you need.
Record Windows 7 and Vista
The BB FlashBack Express free screen recorder is fully Vista and 7 compatible - capture 'Aero' mode effects at a high frame rate without a high-spec PC.
BB FlashBack Express can start and stop recording at set times, or when certain applications are run and closed - particularly suitable for recording online events and webinars.
Publish on the Web
Its never been easier for everyone to see your screen recordings. Upload to YouTube, Blip.tv, Viddler or FTP. Get the URL and share it around.
Control Export File Sizes
BB FlashBack Express gives you a wide range of settings, to put you in charge of balancing file size and quality.
Export to a Range of Formats
The BB FlashBack Express free screen recorder exports to Flash and AVI formats.
Flash exports get full playback controls, in a number of styles.
Note: The free version requires a key which you can register for right here.
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