send screencast "as a link" to a cell phone

Is it possible to send a screencast "as a link" to a cell phone?

A screencast is different than a traditional video because it uses movements on your screen as opposed to being from a camera.  I have the following. For years I have used Jing for this. It can be downloaded from and it is amazing! However, recipients cannot view video from it if they are on a cell phone because Android and Apple phones do not seem to support Adobe Flash, at least in many cases.

Is it possible to provide a screencast complete with audio "as a link" instead of as a file to someone viewing it from a cell phone?
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
A screen cast is still just a video. Jing happens to output to swf. Jing pro allows output to mp4. Any screen cast software that can output to something other than a swf file such as mp4 can be saved to google drive, dropbox, onedrive etc and you can share that link for free.
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Correct Scott but the problem is the muti-step workflow.

Jing is as popular as it is in large part because there is no interruption in the flow from video record, to web link.

That's what we are trying to solve.

The apparently have replaced it by snagit and now offer a free trial of that product. That's good news but I need to know if Snagit removes all functionality after the free trial, or still allows screencast uploads to some extent.

Snagit does it as mp4 and makes it seamless but it isn't free and cannot be used by my developers in India as a result.
Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I have always done it the hard way, (multi step).   I think saving directly to the cloud is going to have to be paid just by the nature of saving video to online storage costs.   I have come across screencast omatic in the past and this allows you to upload to their cloud or youtube or you can save to the hard drive which can go to google drive or ms one drive and sync to the cloud.
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
I think Snagit may work, even for developers.  It just depends on whether it's still useable after the trial.

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