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If I wanted to screencast a lesson live, what tools should I use to make it widely available and capture-able? Oh and cheep/free.

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I'm not sure about live...however Camstudio is an open source tool for screen capture that is free and I think it is pretty good. There is also Jing for a proprietary fix. For a live session you will likely need to subscribe to a webex site or give Big Blue Button a try.
Live is the difficult aspect. If you want to go live you need a conferencing tool. Academically Wimba, Elluminate and Adobe Connect are frequently used. Blackboard has a new Collaborate tool. I personally use Jing for short demonstrations.
Try Its free/low cost and records session. I've only had a play around not as good as Elluminate but that costs quite bit I understand.

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Screenr is petty good for making short films of your desktop with voice added.
I've been satisfied using for groups of 10 or less. To stream it to the masses you can use something like but quality is not going to be very sharp, especially if you're screencasting your entire monitor.
What is with WINK ( Windows) - it is a gift ( free) from Satish Kumar: I like it..:

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