5 Ways To Create FREE Videos Online!

First, it was text sales letters.

Then came audio.

And now it’s video. And let’s face it, online video is here and it’s here to stay.

Not only can you use video to sell your products online, you can use it for product creation. I’ve used videos as stand-alone digital products, DVDs and even for coaching.

Creating video doesn’t have to be difficult and it certainly doesn’t have to break the bank.

Here are 3 programs that allow you to create screen capture videos for FREE (most even come with free video hosting!)




Screen Toaster


Happy creating!


  1. Hey Ryan, its there a good dimension on the screen size when recording? When I put videos on youtube, sometimes they don’t look that good. I use jing to record my videos.


  2. Thanks Ryan for more great resources! I use Jing Pro, personally – I love it!

    @Oz – I always record my videos in a multiple of 16:9, but I don’t record full screen as Jing will also record the controls. So I’ve pre-set the “less than full screen” size of my browser to 1156 x 625.

    I then often edit in Windows Live Movie Maker and save as 720 HD.

    These videos usually turn out great – you can see one at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQKEK15bi6o.


  3. Ryan as always your da goods. Thanks. By the way are you hosting any other seminars this year as it takes some time to make plans with kids and the J-ust
    B-roke and having to answe Thanks againr to the man

  4. Great info. Ryan. Thanks for sharing. I tried using Camstudio. Is there a time limit on the length of one video? Because I tried recording a 45 minute powerpoint video but it didn’t record at all. Just wondering if there’s a time limit per video or did I miss something.



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