CaptureCast Chrome 2.0: Flipped Classroom Content Creation

CaptureCast Chrome has been downloaded over 50,000 times for people to easily record their screens and lectures, enabling video in their classrooms. Now, with the launch of CaptureCast Chrome 2.0, we have made it even better.

With an increased capture frame rate, improved video quality, and higher resolution, CaptureCast Chrome is stronger, clearer, and more powerful. It is built to automatically identify your equipment, including microphones, webcams, and document cameras, and can easily do picture-in-picture with your computer screen.

CaptureCast Chrome is more powerful than ever.

In addition to the advances in screen quality and resolution, uploading is easier than ever before. With the addition of Google Drive, your videos can be accessible anywhere, anytime. Choose to upload to YouTubeVimeo, or Google Drive to match your needs, your classroom restrictions, and your preferences. Best of all, CaptureCast Chrome is completely free – no time restrictions, no locked features, and no watermarks. Your content is your own, right from the start.

Using a learning management system? Videos from CaptureCast Chrome can be imported and empowered by using Cattura Video’s Learning Engine, a powerful way to upload your videos, attach content such as notes or chapters, and send them out to your students. The Learning Engine works with any LTI-enabled LMS, including Google ClassroomCanvasSchoology, and many more. Check out the Learning Engine – click here for more information.

CaptureCast Chrome is more powerful than ever, and we’re excited to release it to everyone using video to further their students’ education. We design tools for dedicated educators, and we look forward to the future of education with you!

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