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I've used LICEcap for a few years and always recorded pixel art with it with only a few colours. I started recording other 'stuff' with more colours lately but the quality was very bad.

Example http://desu.animekoko.ga/img/akamegagif.gif
Some example of that recording

I heard good things about .webm and I see it used more frequently. Is there anything like LICEcap (selecting a part of the screen and just start/stop recording) which makes .webm?

Requirements:

  • lets you select a part of the screen to record
  • saves in .webm format
  • runs on Windows
  • has no watermark
  • Hi, could you edit your post to actually contain the example? – Angelo Fuchs Feb 11 '15 at 11:15
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ActivePresenter

The free version has all the features (and even more) you want:

  • free
  • no watermark for WebM (*)
  • .webm output
  • runs on Windows
  • selectable portion of screen
  • add annotations
  • add captions
  • easy to use
  • use microphone

To make video like in below screenshot: Full Motion Recording To make .webm: Export>Video enter image description here

(*) From their homepage: export to formats other then WMV, AVI, MPEG4, WebM will have a watermark. Activating with a license key will remove the watermark on appropriate outputs.

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Screenpresso

Screenpresso is a lightweight Windows app for screen capture using screenshots or HD video.

  • It allows you to select a region on the screen to capture. It also uses a magnifier for pixel-level accuracy
  • Saves in .webm format, among others (see image below)
  • Runs on Windows

The downside is that it attaches a watermark to the corner of each video if you use the free version.

  • I've used it but the webm it made were terribly slow and a watermark isn't an option. – PMint Nov 4 '14 at 22:18
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WebMCam

Capture frames in real-time and save them as WebM.

WebMCam Interface

  • Could you edit your answer to conform to the answer guidelines. You should have some experience using the software. What exactly did you like about it, and what did you not like as much? How does the software match each requirement in the question? Thanks! – Undo May 9 '15 at 20:27

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