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RE: Whats the best desktop recording software to use? #21
(03-26-2014, 03:07 AM)Cake Wrote: Camtasia is good for recording stuff such as tutorials.

Agreed, camtasia is what I use as well. It's easy and doesn't lag the shit out of your computer while recording.

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RE: Whats the best desktop recording software to use? #22
My Vote is also for Camtasia Wink

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RE: Whats the best desktop recording software to use? #23
I would go with Fast Stone Capture

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RE: Whats the best desktop recording software to use? #24
(03-25-2014, 09:04 PM)ParaZite Wrote: So I've been planning and jotting down a few ideas for some videos that I could make for YouTube as a part time entertainment go-to and I would mainly be recording things that are on my desktop. Perhaps programming lessons, website security tutorials, and other things that are alike.

Bandicam doesn't really cut it for me quality wise, nor does any other free software I found on the net. One tool I did use for a little bit was Camtasia and I was pretty impressed by its' quality and software features but I'm really not looking to pay that much money for recording until I've earned enough YouTube profits to invest in Camtasia.

Are there any other maybe free or low priced desktop recording solutions I can work with to start for YouTube uploading? If there is please post below, and, maybe some good video editing software I can tryout that isn't too difficult to use. Remember I'm pretty new to this stuff.

Thanks so much!

I used to use Camtasia, but then moved to OBS (which is free and also on Linux) and never looked back. Seriously, the software is so versatile and customizable. Some people prefer shadowplay since it uses nvidia hardware to record, thus mitigating lag, but you can just select the nvenc codec to record in OBS, and it will serve the same function.
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RE: Whats the best desktop recording software to use? #25
I use OpenBroadcaster. It's pretty straight forward for basic use. There are also advance features for the more serious/professional user. I primarily use it to record quick 'how to' videos.

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RE: Whats the best desktop recording software to use? #26
I like using Dxtory and Camtasia as both don't use up your hardware resources with a custom codec, Lagarith.
This codec makes files smaller and the video record with less lag, I highly recommend.
Lagarith: https://lags.leetcode.net/codec.html

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