An screencast is a video recording of a computer screen published over the Internet.
Screencasts are used to demonstrate or teach software. Screencasts contain the changes on the screen as well as the movements of the mouse-cursor. Often screencasts are animated with callout-bubbles. In addition, screencasts can contain an audio narrative to explain the actions performed.
Plan-B for OpenOffice.org uses screencasts as main component of its help system. The following pages index the available screencasts by application:
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