For whatever reason you wish to produce a video for, Camtasia Studio makes it easy to impress your audience. It's a powerful and intuitive editing suite that's subscription free. With impressive little add-ons such as a green screen to throw yourself into the action on screen, it's a very useful tool, packed with great features, for amateurs and advanced users alike.
Adobe Spark Video offers a free online slideshow maker with music and transition effects. Use this powerful picture slideshow maker to compose a unique presentation by adding different backgrounds, photos, videos and voice content. Play around with a variety of customization options, so you can create something your audience has never seen before. Templates, themes, and fonts come in an assortment of styles to suit your creative vision. Upload your own images or video clips, or insert free photos and icons from the stock library. Top it off with music for a fun-filled slideshow you’ll want to share with all your friends and family!
When it comes to creating impactful videos, a good music choice can be the cherry on top! Adobe Spark Video’s intuitive interface empowers you to add the perfect melodies to your movie. When you’re ready to add music, hit the “Music” icon in the top bar. You have the option to choose from your own files or iTunes library, or pick from any of Adobe Spark’s comprehensive stock selection for the perfect track.
Tap the plus button or a caption box to keep viewers on the hook with descriptive and compelling text overlaid on your video and photos. The split screen, single caption, and title and text layouts all allow for text over your images. Don’t forget the voice narration feature, either—just click and hold the microphone button on each slide for vocals to accompany that slide.
Why would a recording software have its default setting to not record the audio??!?!?!?!?? This has got to be one of the worst software design decisions I have ever had the misfortune to come across. I downloaded this software to record a family member's singing stream and it was not until I went to watch it later that I discovered it did not record the audio. This is a moment I will never be able to recover. Just because you give something away for free does not make it acceptable to make a crappy product. P.S. SourceForge, why do you not warn your users that this recording software has a no audio default setting?