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  1. AtlanticVideography

    Record Your Screen (Does Not Work)

    I've started a new thread. One of the features that I was really excited about is the "Record Your Screen" - but it has never worked. I always get an error box that says: Prepare Record Failed!!! #48 It does recognize my mic and I am able to do a "Sound Check". However, it will not allow me to "Save to" a different folder. I have Win7 and a GeForce GT 630 video card... I currently use ScreenCast-O-Matic to record my screen and voice, and I have no issues with it. Let me know what other info you need Thank you! .
  2. Hi Everyone! Is there an option to force "Screen Capture" recording to continue even when the active window is motionless? That is, let me decide when to stop a recording? NXT4 Videos/Movies - Import - "Record your Screen" - "Screen Capture" (In an application window) works great as long there is motion in the window, but recording stops when there are several seconds of non-motion. My work-around is to keep tabs in the recording window active with mouse-clicks, but, is a bit tedious. Thanks in advance
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