Enterprise video firm Veodia has purchased ScreenToaster, a web-based screen recording platform vendor based in Paris, France.
ScreenToaster enables users to record the contents of their screens, then share and stream those videos in Flash format. The content can be embedded onto sites or sent via email. It launched in private beta eight months ago; the founders say it has enjoyed 40% month-to-month average user growth since its public debut, according to TechCrunch.
Its technology will enable clients of Veodia — including Sun Microsystems, Stanford University and BEA — to capture a greater number of basic screen recordings for product demos and tutorials, for example.
Veodia is based in San Mateo, CA and backed by $8.3 million in venture funding. The company says ScreenToaster's tools will be integrated into its enterprise video software-as-a-service (SaaS) suite toward the end of 2009.