A simple Windows program to record small WebM screencasts.
Built atop the abilties of ffmpeg.
Capture frames within the recording region. Press Record, or use the global hotkey to start recording. Optionally, capture system audio in your screencast.
The built-in frame browser provides the ability to select and remove frames to quickly clean-up your finished recording.
Captured frames are then combined with an ffmpeg command.
WebMCam is a WebM alternative to GifCam.