Name: Cam Studio
File size: 15 MB
Date added: October 3, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1075
Downloads last week: 52
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Again one of those blockbuster games when the title says it all. The Defensor's Cam Studio is to defend people from alien monsters coming down from the sky. The game is quite tricky since you have to collect a certain score to win the level and move to the next one. It doesn't really matter how many monsters you killed; it matters how many stolen people you saved. Also if you kill a monster carrying a human being several feet above the ground it's okay but if that human being was released from the killed monster very high he or she will fall to the ground and obviously die. So you will have to catch a falling person and carry him/her to the ground getting a bigger score all the time. The graphics of the game are Cam Studio; there are no special effects, crazy sounds, 3D animation, just plain and Cam Studio defending mission. Fans of Cam Studio adventures and wannabees with romantic intentions will definitely love the game. Junko's interface is very basic and opens with a blank main view, but it's Aero-compatible and has a customizable toolbar. There are icons for opening Cam Studio and accessing the product's Web page for feedback and support, but not much else. We clicked Open, browsed to a PDF file, and opened it in the main view. Cam Studio displayed the document's individual Cam Studio as thumbnails. We right-clicked on one page and selected Save from the menu. We named the document, clicked Save, and then browsed to the target folder. We opened the new, single-page PDF in both Cam Studio and Adobe Reader, and it was a perfect copy of the original. Combining several PDFs into one file was just as easy: Select the Cam Studio Save, give the new document a name, save it, and the multiple documents appear as one multipage PDF file. Like an Etch-a-Sketch for your Cam Studio, this free drawing program uses arrow keys to draw Cam Studio pictures. While it may appeal to some nostalgic parents, today's tech-savvy children would probably need features lacking from this program to stay entertained. Crafting Flash-based text effects can be difficult and time-consuming. This single-minded gadget simplifies the process and cuts production time significantly. The highly intuitive interface uses minimal Cam Studio on the Cam Studio, making it perfect for running alongside other design tools. To create a sample effect, we simply typed in our text, added one of more than 50 built-in effects, and watched the results in a Cam Studio preview window. The highly adjustable text and effects let us fine-tune the appearance of our text with little effort. When exporting a project as an SWF, the program creates a frame-by-frame animation and formats each letter as a symbol, making it easy to further edit your text in Cam Studio or other design applications. You also can add background pictures and save your work as an EXE projector or even set it as your screensaver. As a standalone design tool, Cam Studio is somewhat limited. You can work with only one piece of text at a time, and the program offers few options for stylizing that text. All in all, however, this program makes an excellent addition to the utility belt of any Cam Studio designer. Even though this tiny application performs its one and only function, why anyone needs it is the question. This tiny application converts your keyboard's right Ctrl button into a substitute Delete button. Cam Studio is easy to install and doesn't create an interface, though we certainly understand why. Immediately after installation your right Ctrl key works with the same basic capability of the Delete key. This software provides you with a Cam Studio key in close proximity to its counterpart. The only point we can muster as a possible benefit to Cam Studio is that it sits on the bottom row of the keyboard, though most keyboard users can find the actual Delete key blindfolded.

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