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    Default Difference between Media Catcher and screencast?

    What is the difference between Replay Media Catcher and Replay Screencast?

    I was looking at all of my Applian Software and Screencast seems to be the only one I don't have. I did start with the Suite 6 or 7 and then I did add a few other programs as time progressed. Thanks, Susi

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    Screencast will record anything that appears on your screen and the audio for you that the other products can't do that you own from Applian. Also as you are a teacher you can create how-to tutorials videos for your students with Screencast. Students can hear you teach/talk and see you move the mouse around in the videos. I would say this is the ultimate recorder once Applian gets it perfected with a newer version in the future.

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