Still don't yet have a way to test these myself, but here are two more candidates for screencasting on the Mac:
Screenography -- Major Pro: has the ability to output directly to Flash. Con: does not record audio (they say they're working on it). $39.95 US (maybe regularly $49.95 US)
Screenography is an extremely easy program to capture your screen to various image, movie and Flash formats. Very useful for creating tutorials, training videos/CDs and demonstrations.VisualHub -- Major Pro: has the ability to convert pretty much anything into Flash. $23.32 US
I notice Vertical Moon, the maker of Screenography, also has a product called Video 2 SWF that, well, converts video to SWF.
So the best/ most cost effective combo right now may be iShowU (see D'Arcy's comment) to record initially, and VisualHub to convert to Flash? $20 for iShowU and $23.32 for VisualHub is cheaper than any of the major Windows products out there... Anyone want to give the combo a try and report back?
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