Screen Recorder Suite cannot only record video from your screen or webcam but also take static screenshots. Luckily, it is very easy to select what to record: either a rectangular region, the whole screen or a given area around the mouse pointer. Besides, the program can automatically detect the borders of a given area, such as a window or a pane. More than just that, you can draw different shapes and lines while the program is recording from the computer screen.
The tool has the advantage of supporting multiple video and audio formats. For instance, if you are recording in only-audio mode, such formats as MP3, AAC, OGG, WMA, WAV and FLAC are available as output. It is good to know that it can record not only from a microphone but also from the system, or even a combination of both. Likewise, video formats like MP4, WMV, AVI, MOV, FLV, MPEG, VOB, ASF and GIF are supported.
One thing that makes this tool stand out from other similar software is the possibility of uploading the resulting windows to YouTube or an FTP site. In both cases, you will be allowed to authenticate yourself. Unfortunately, it does not seem to allow setting a proxy. Also, in case you need to record something at a given time, you can schedule those actions. I was also pleased to know that the program will allow performing simple editing operations if you download the required plugin.
In general, Screen Recording Suite can be very useful for those who need to create tutorials. Unfortunately, the trial version of the program works only for three days and the program keeps showing nagging screens.