I received an announcement from the team at screencast.com in my e-mail the other day. Screencast is now officially moving out of beta and into version 1.0.
For those of you that are not familiar with screencast, it is a file organizing and sharing site for online videos. The Web site is owned by TechSmith, the company behind Camtasia Studio, Jing and many other multimedia applications.
With an account at screencast, you can easily save your videos and upload them directly from your desktop. Once the file has been uploaded, you can share it across the Web.
Following is the official announcement I received:
Say hello to Screencast.com 1.0!
As someone who has tried Screencast.com Beta, you’ll be interested to know that Screencast.com is coming out of beta and into version 1.0. And, we are offering a 60-day free trial of the new version. So, please try it, we think you’ll like it!
Don’t give up the rights to your intellectual property just because it lives on our servers. Anything you upload to Screencast.com still belongs to you.
No compression means that what you upload is exactly what your audience sees.
So many ways to share…so many format options.
Email your content, embed it in a blog, or give it a URL and link to it from anywhere you want.
Decide who views your content.
With public, private, hidden and authenticated options, you can share what you want and keep the rest just for yourself.
Check out our features tour for more or find out for yourself what Screencast.com has to offer with our 60-day free trial. If your previous Screencast.com trial expired in the past couple of months, let us know that you want another 60 days and we will reactivate your account login! (Please do not reply to this message to request reactivation, as replies to this address are not monitored).