Features

Learn more with the SnapKast Primer.

Record: Capture Your Presentation
Get your microphone ready and start your recording session. Present and capture your voice, slides, whiteboard, and annotations in a very natural environment.
Format: Create Your Audio and Video Files
Simply select a recorded session and in a snap you have formatted to create your audio and video files.
Play: Review and Share Your Session
Launches your favorite media player to playback and review the formatted session. Once you are happy with the results, you can simply drag-and-drop the media file to share it with others. For example, you might drag an audio (mp3) or video (mp4) file to an email attachment or to a web site.
Podcast: Create Your RSS Feed and Publish
Generate all the files required to podcast one or multiple sessions. Simple drag-and-drop publish your podcast folder to your web server and it's ready to go.
YouTube Publish SnapKast Sessions to YouTube
YouTube offers a free repository to publish your SnapKast videos and share with others. You can store all your videos and tag them for others to find. You may also include links to the YouTube SnapKast sessions on your own web pages.
YouTube Link to SnapKast Podcasts in iTunes Store
You may submit a link to your SnapKast podcast RSS feeds to the iTunes Store. You publish your podcast on a server on the Internet that allows you to store content and then submit the URL to that podcast in iTunes Store. This allows others to findand access your sessions in iTunes Store.
Google Video Publish SnapKast Sessions to Google Video
Similar to YouTube, Google Video offers a free repository to publish your SnapKast videos and share with others. You can store all your videos and tag them for others to find and play.
TeacherTube Publish SnapKast Sessions to TeacherTube
Academic settings may prefer using TeacherTube as a free repository to publish your SnapKast videos to share with others.
 

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