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Pay the Subscription Fee If You Like the Software

Don't settle for a free or trial one if you benefit from using a specific software.

I just want to share in this post what made me write this content. Yesterday, I published a post about video-capturing program named screencast-o-matic (if you want to read it or you miss it, click this link). This software does a pretty good job from capturing what on your computer screen for 15 minutes up to saving it to the following video file types: avi, mp4, flv, just to name a few.

The only thing I have to do is use another software to blur areas which are confidential and personal because I don't want it to be exposed to public. It's a double action on my part so I check if screencast-o-matic has a video editor and just what I expected, it has one in pro version. Availing pro version will cost you 15 dollars per year and for me that's a real deal because you can have a full version with that affordable price. Here's a list of features which you can get either from free or paid version.

However before I purchase the said software and use the full features for one year, I should check first what things I can do with it esp. the blurring stuff which is what I need in the first place.

I hope you do the same and don't settle for free stuff for a long term. There's nothing wrong in trying out first what the trial program could do as long as you do not do illegal stuff. Don't do something that outwit the company who developed that nice and cool software.

Thanks for reading and if you have something to say, leave your comments below.

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  1. Haha, I agree! Can be applicable to other stuff. Like buy Manga or Comics if you enjoy it reading online. Buy some virtual items in your favorite computer game. Buy an original copy of a Movie or Album if you enjoy it. It is a way of appreciation, support, and help to the author / developer. Most of them invest time, money, life and effort for creating their work. If you will put your feet in their shoes, you will feel it. It is just frustrating, sad, and $%^*&*%*!

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  2. I definitely agree with you! You nailed it! :)

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