Andrew Kramer's Screenrecorder

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Andrew Kramer's Screenrecorder

Postby sdelange99 on 02/6/2011, 6:17 am

Did anyone knows what screenrecorder Andrew Kramer will use for his video's? I love his video's & his quality! :=~
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Re: Andrew Kramer's Screenrecorder

Postby Awakurimi on 02/6/2011, 11:37 pm

Camista is what he uses, but you also may want to consider Cam Studio which is free.
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Re: Andrew Kramer's Screenrecorder

Postby CJCA915 on 02/7/2011, 8:18 pm

Camtasia Studio 7 is what I use, has greater screen capture rate, than CamStudio, at least for me.
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Re: Andrew Kramer's Screenrecorder

Postby dianagloria on 01/28/2016, 3:33 am

If you are wondering record your computer screen, I think you can try this Computer Screen Recorder. It can capture desktop activities, create video tutorials, presentations and record game process with ease. Also, you can select the area of your screen, choose your system and microphone and take screenshot when you’re recording.
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Re: Andrew Kramer's Screenrecorder

Postby Grunt360360 on 02/25/2016, 1:39 pm

The screen capture software Action! is for gaming but is cheap and reliable for anything u use
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