Windows 10: Looking for screen video recorder willing to pay for quality

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  1. purplenate26's Avatar
    Posts : 11
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
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       31 Jul 2017 #11

    Sqrly said: View Post
    It will record anything on the screen. You setup a record area and click the record button. I got it to record a movie at a decent quality and it worked just great.

    It's simple and there's really no setup, install and use. Should be a viable option for you.
    Ok. I'll add it to the list of software to evaluate.
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  2. Posts : 887
    Windows 10 Home x64 and Pro x86
       31 Jul 2017 #12

    purplenate,

    I use the free edition of ActivePresenter for this job [video capture] . This works in both Windows 7 & Windows 10 to record video and audio [or just audio on its own if required].
    - I have never picked up any malware from their site.
    - I do not know if your system specs affect its suitability.

    I found these links useful in getting to grips with it -

    Tutorials - ActivePresenter - Screen Recording & Interactive ELearning Authoring Software

    ActivePresenter Community

    I do not know if there is anything suitable in the Windows store because I do not use the Store.

    I generally edit videos with VideoReDo but I can also use ActivePresenter's editing capabilities to trim out any unwanted bits at the start & end - I click in the timeline itself rather than the waveform display and then drag around the start-end markers that appear.

    Denis
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  3. purplenate26's Avatar
    Posts : 11
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
    Thread Starter
       31 Jul 2017 #13

    Try3 said: View Post
    purplenate,

    I use the free edition of ActivePresenter for this job [video capture] . This works in both Windows 7 & Windows 10 to record video and audio [or just audio on its own if required].
    - I have never picked up any malware from their site.
    - I do not know if your system specs affect its suitability.

    I found these links useful in getting to grips with it -

    Tutorials - ActivePresenter - Screen Recording & Interactive ELearning Authoring Software

    ActivePresenter Community

    I do not know if there is anything suitable in the Windows store because I do not use the Store.

    I generally edit videos with VideoReDo but I can also use ActivePresenter's editing capabilities to trim out any unwanted bits at the start & end - I click in the timeline itself rather than the waveform display and then drag around the start-end markers that appear.

    Denis
    Thank you for the suggestion.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  4.    09 Aug 2017 #14

    Hi bud! You can also check this app called ShowMore. I used it for more than a year now, and I never experienced any hassle using it. It’s actually an online application that works smoothly just like a desktop program. Why pay huge amount just to get a screen recording if you had an option to get it for free. Simply go to its page and you can start recording instantly.
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