When comparing Vokoscreen vs ShareX, the Slant community recommends ShareX for most people. In the question“What are the best screen recorders for Windows?” ShareX is ranked 2nd while Vokoscreen is ranked 8th. The most important reason people chose ShareX is:
ShareX is licensed under GPL with source code available on [GitHub](https://github.com/ShareX/ShareX).
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Pro Webcam support
An adjustable size window with your webcam feed can be positioned to your desired place on the screen.
Pro Fullscreen, window and area capture
You can choose to use the software to capture all of your workspace, a select area or a specific window.
Pro High quality video
Vokoscreen offers the high quality h264 and mpeg4 codecs for encoding and avi and mkv formats for storing the video.
Pro Easy to set up and use
Vokoscreen has an easy to understand tabbed interface.
Pro Can hide mouse cursor
Vokoscreen's GUI has been translated in over 25 languages.
Pro Zoom-in/out shortcuts
You can choose to use magnification and set shortcut keys for zooming in and zooming out.
Pro Active development
Vokoscreen is always under development, the latest versions can be found here.
Pro Free and open source
ShareX is licensed under GPL with source code available on GitHub.
Pro Allows uploading to a vast number of different services
Designed as file uploader in the first place, ShareX supports overhelming amount of services for you to upload your files to and the list is expanding.
Pro Can capture video too
Apart from still images, ShareX allows the user to record unlimited video with all the options available for normal image capture.
Pro Has an editor
It has its own screen editing tool.
You can choose what shortcut key to bind your command to, as well what host it uploads the file to.
Pro Capturing (screen, video, a window, etc.) with annotation + automation
Capturing (screen, video, a window, etc.) with annotation + automation makes for some powerful workflows.
Annotation is key for research on any project size. Capturing screenshots, editing them ("annotating"), converting to a PNG, removing the background to make a transparent version, saving to google drive, creating large+med+sm sizes, uploading thumbnails, is an example of a workflow you could create. The list goes on...
You'll find the same strength & depth in features for image handling also for text, videos, other files by type, and on and on..
Pro It has a dead simple way for creating animated GIFs
It is great for creating software tutorials or highlighting new features in a sales function - nothing beats a well-placed animated GIF in an email.
Pro Freezes screen when you capture
When you enter a capture mode, the screen content is preserved as it was when you started capturing by default. However there is a special "Light" mode where the screen does not freeze.
Con Does not automatically use webcam or microphone
You need to manually select your webcam and microphone each time unless you are using the default one.
Con Scrolling window capture doesn't work always as expected
Sometimes might need to use another screen capture software to capture a scrolling page.
Con The editor is rather simplistic
Con Too complicated
This is extremely customizable, but extremely complex! If you want something simple and intuitive out of the box, stay away from ShareX.