A SIMPLE WAY TO SHARE YOUR SCREEN WITH YOUR IDEAS

TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION
INSTANT SCREEN CAPTURE
REAL-TIME SCREEN-SHARING

Why ScreenByte?

ScreenByte enables audiences of any kind of presentations to get instant and real time screen captures of presenter’s screen onto their own smart devices or laptops. As the audience of a conference, talk, training, class or any kind of presentations, you no longer miss a single piece of information that you need. You can selectively save any presentation screen capture instantly during the presentation. It works on laptops, smart phones and tablets.

We Focus on User Experince

ScreenByte is easy to use for presenters and audiences. There is no need to send invitations to create a session. Easy to join a session; Easy to create a session; Everything is just a click away!

Features

Our ScreenByte features are carefully designed to suit the needs of both the presenter and the audience. Not a geek? No worries, we promise no complicated set ups! All you need is one click.

Two-way Communication

Two-way Communication

Selective Saving

Web-based Application

Smart Learning

Main screen

When ScreenByte is started, you will see the following screen:

The URL in the title bar (http://25.15.36.246:8080 in this case) is what your viewers will need to visit to see your presentation.
Before you can start capturing, you may need to choose the capture source:

After clicking on the "Single monitor" button, a menu will pop up and let you choose which monitor to capture from in case you have multiple monitors. Now that the capture source is configured, you can click the "Capture" button to start capturing your presentation.

At any time during the presentation, you can click the "Capture" button to pause/resume capturing.

Settings

There are several settings that can be tweaked:
  • Capture rate: How many frames per second will be captured.
  • Tolerance: How much will slight differences between captured frames be tolerated. When two frames are not too different from each other, they will be considered identical and the viewers will not be presented with a new slide.