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I am surprised by your review of Flashback Express - I use it all the time without blurry results. The freeware was good enough for all my purposes, but I paid for the Pro version, because I like to support good software. I have never used any of the Pro features - the freeware is <b>that</b> good.
The interface is a bit wonky if you only want to record the webcam, but they seem to be working all the time to improve the software.
Note - they save their files as a proprietary FBR format, which seems great in terms of compression. But I use the built-in export function to change to AVI/MP4/WMV and have great control over how compressed I want the file to be.
I'm not sure that it is possible to capture the screen correctly while the resolution is changing. For something as oddball as this, I would probable go old school and capture the screen externally, using my phone as a video camera.
Not a software way, but if you have the gear to do it, something really worth considering.
My laptop has like many of it's era a VGA and an HDMI output on it. I also own a digital video recorder than can record from it's HDMI inputs as well as the built in tuner.
I can redirect my audio via the HDMI too, so all system sounds can be sent that way, including my narration.
All I do is set my "dual" monitor (HDMI + built in screen) setup in mirror mode so everything I see on the LT screen, is sent out of the HDMI, then I just set my DVR into record mode.
Once I'm finished, I log into the DVR via FTP and it allows me to download the recordings from it's hard drive.
The DVR is actually an old CCTV recorder box I snagged off eBay ages ago for about £20, it had no cameras, but it has 8 composite and 4 HDMI inputs. I've upgraded it and put a 2TB Sata drive in (It was originally 500gb) but it gets me a perfect recording every time.
If your doing a LOT of video production like this, it's actually something worth buying.
While I still recommend Flashback Express Recorder, I <b>just</b> was alerted to a Windows Feature that I didn't know about previously.
Apparently by typing WindowsKey+G, you get the XBox game app which has a screen recorder.
Also, Win+Alt+R is a faster shortcut to the same screen recorder.
Just thought to share.
<a href="https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/how-to-video-screen-capture-windows-10">How to Record Video of an App in Windows 10 | Laptop Mag</a>[<a href="https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/how-to-video-screen-capture-windows-10" target="_blank" title="New Window">^</a>]
Because you need to learn at a level that is 1 or 2 times higher than you actually need to do your job. That way, what you do is easy in comparison.
I was great at math and my instructor said that I did not need to attend his class - just show up for the tests. It is another example of forgetting more than the kids ever knew.
I have found it amazing that people need to calculate the Big-0, because it is obvious that a loop inside a loop (inside a loop) is not efficient. But, it is always nice to have a mathematical proof; even if they do not understand it.
Do I calculate the Big-0 on my algorithms? No.
Do I use calculus? No.
Do I use Algebra? Occasionally.
Do I remember how to calculate the area under a curve. No.
Have I used math on a daily bases to get the job done? Yes.
Have I forgot 90% of what I learn. Yes.
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