So what is Screenr?
It’s a web service that allows you to make screencasts quickly and easily, then have them posted to the web.
Once on the web, you can either share the URL, put it in an e-mail for example, or on Twitter.
You can embed the video into a webpage on a website or on a VLE. This is in the Flash format. What about if you have a smartphone or an iPhone, well Screenr ensures that the video is available in an MP4 format which will play on the iPhone, other smartphones and internet capable video devices.
Screenr also allows you to share your video on YouTube.
Finally one useful aspect is that you can download the video as an MP4 file. This can then be embedded into a PowerPoint presentation. You can also import this video file into iMovie and edit it, add titles, other video, to create a new video. If you have the appropriate MP4 codec on your Windows PC you can import it into Windows Movie Maker and do something similar.
What I like about Screenr over other similar tools (like Jing) is that it doesn’t require you to download an application or install anything. Go to the website, click create screencast and then everything is simple after that.
For example this video on the new Mac eBook Reader software was created using Screenr.
One note though is that the service works basically with a Twitter account. You don’t need to use the Twitter account, but just thought I would point it out.