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Dunno, but I'd be suspicious about it if it could run like a bat out of hell...
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This sound a lot like the gamers who stream / record their gameplay (screen) and themselves (webcam) on a smaller frame on the side.
Only that you record the other stuff instead of a game.
But I don't know which software do they exactly use.
What I suggested you back then in the other thread won't do it in such a resolution as you ask. If you set 24 frames / sec that will increase the memory needs a lot.
But if you manage to configure your monitor like that and you don't have that memory problem, it is still worth a try as it saves your monitor in a sort of WYSIWYG
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* Create screencasts,
*record Skype and Zoom chats,
*capture online video and audio
* Record screens, webcam, and microphone output separately or simultaneously
* Schedule your recordings and capture the screen even if you’re away
* Share screenshots via WhatsApp and Telegram, upload videos to Google Drive and YouTube
* Show keyboard actions and highlight cursor movements
Super inexpensive solution and I have had great success with it on Windows.
I've seen that my colleagues use Zoom for screen recording.
Start a new meeting (for just yourself), share your screen and record it. When you end the meeting it will create / convert the video (and audio). It does compress it, I'm not sure if you can change the settings for the output quality.