Part 1: Screencasting & Recording Tools for Vlogging
If you just want to use your computer's webcam to make your very own videos, some good and simple software could be used to help you achieve that.Google Plus Live Hangouts can help you easily create panel or interview-type video. Just sing in your Google Plus account, start a “Hangout” video conferencing session and enable “Hangouts On Air”. Once the broadcast begins, people can watch and a recording will go straight to your corresponding YouTube account. Learn more > Pamela for Skype is free, reliable and easy to use Skype audio and video recording software. It can be used to vlog or create podcasts. Main features include record Skype chat, Skype Voicemail, forward voicemail via email voicemail and emotion sound player. Learn more > DemoCreator is an easy-to-use program that records the activity of your computer screen with just a couple clicks. It’s ideal for creating some instructional videos so that your audience can just watch and learn. It also offers several delivery options: you can either publish as Flash-based demos for web sharing or save to different formats. Learn more >
Part 2: Editing Tools for Vlogging
The post production process is of equal impertinence to your vlogging. Here we’ve sorted out some options available depending on your skills and experience level. You can identify with one which is right for your needs.