If you are looking for UVScreenCamera, you have come to the right place. We explain what UVScreenCamera is and point you to the official download.

What is UVScreenCamera?

UVScreenCamera is a monitor or computer screen recorder. The program basically captures a video of whatever is going on in the user’s computer screen during the recording and in the specified area of focus. These sorts of recordings—which in UVScreenCamera can be saved in the SWF, UVF, AVI, and EXE file formats—can be used as parts of video presentations explaining how to do something on a computer. Thus, they can be used for demos, tutorials, and video support for IT concerns.

Users of the program can select the area to be recorded, whether it is the whole screen, a user-specified region of the screen, or a specific program’s window. There are also multiple options for the cursor and sound: users can choose to record the actual cursor in the video, can omit it from the recording, can turn it semi-transparent, and can select whether or not to enable the click’s sound. Users can add their annotations to the video directly through the software with its text box tools and sticky notes. The program also supports GIF exports and allows users to bring up a virtual keyboard.

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File types supported by UVScreenCamera

Our users primarily use UVScreenCamera to open these file types:

About file types supported by UVScreenCamera

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Last updated: : September 2, 2014