I really appreciate innovative software creators. Rather it is a free tool like Zoomit or a paid tool with free trial like Camtasia, either one it gives you similar usage for your internet purpose.
I know what you might be thinking…. let me guess. Either you may thank me for the free download tool or it may cross your mind I’m cheap. Well it doesn’t matter because I can deal with it.
I like helping people and saving money. Think about it online tools can get very expensive if you don’t do your research, because it adds up eventually on a monthly or yearly basis. I suppose free tools may not have the same bang for the buck as a paid software tool, but they still get the job done when ever you need it.
Zoomit Features Work Similar To Camtasia TechSmith
For one, I like the magnifying tool to zoom in closer when you want to expand a word or picture and you’ll especially like the dragnifier tool. You can drag your cursor up, down and move from left to right, which makes it very useful when you’re doing a video clip training. Here’s another useful feature the screen pen tool, with this you’re able to underline, circle or use a pointer to show what you’re trying to display in your examples. Zoomit is a cool tool to know about and they offer other neat features with it. IE…
Features Of Operation:
- Hold down CTRL & 1, enable zoomit & start the magnifying
- CTRL & 2, start the screen pen: click alphabets for the Color P=ink, O, G, R=ed, etc.
- ESC button, neutralizes to normal screen use.
- CTRL & 2, enabling screen pen to use colors P, O,Red then hold down CTRL and drag mouse to create a border.
- CTRL & 1, use mouse button by rolling it with your finger to zoom in and out.
- CTRL & E or E key = Erase current activity.
- *CTRL & 1, to activate zoomit and continue with use.
The internet has come a long way and they sure made it much easier to explore your online software options. I really have nothing against paid tools, I’ve done my deeds with a few of them. I remember when I first got started working online and I attended and observed a few webinars, which was fascinating to see all the nifty tools they used. They zoomed in and out and drew squares and circles to emphasize their information with there demos.
Being curious, I texted the trainer, what tool were you using and she text me back Camtasia, isn’t great. Of course I said yeah… next I asked how much does it cost? She said $299 yearly. I contemplated if this was feasible for me to purchase or should I look for a tool that doesn’t cost so much. I’m glad I stumbled on Zoomit and imagine that this tool been out there for a few years.
I believe everyone has choices and decisions to be make. I made mine. Some will do their research and others will use whatever everyone else is using, which is fine. Don’t overlook a software just because it’s free and just because there is a pretty penny attached to it, it doesn’t mean you don’t have other options. To end on this note: Here’s 3 Free Online tools by Camtasia, Google and Microsft, which I think you will find it very useful.
I hope this post will assist you with your online business and if so don’t forget to share it with others with a Tweet and a Like. Sharing is caring!
Mahalo, Lani 🙂
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