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Humbert 11-10-2020 04:53 AM

Which software can capture only a window?
 
Hi! I'm looking for a program to record what happen in my computer but only of what I says. I'll try to explain me better. I need to register only a windowed program but I also need to use my computer with another program without registering this one. I register my school lessons and meanwhile I take notes in the same pc, but I want to record only the lesson.
Beforse I used OBS to do this but now I can't use it anymore because it makes crash my pc and everything stop working, which means I have to shut down removing the plug.
I hope you can help me and I apologize for any mistakes but English isn't my native language :)

lordsmurf 11-10-2020 05:15 AM

Moved. Screen capture isn't video capturing.

OBS is simply one streaming capture software. It is a resource hog that I've seen, and some software may be leaner.

I know of some decent alternatives, but all are payware. Do you require freeware, or do you have a budget? Jing is a freeware similar to Camtasia (payware) from the same company. Long before OBS, Camtasia was a favorite of many.

Humbert 11-10-2020 05:38 AM

Well, I'm looking for a freeware if possible, as it was OBS, but I can pay if I can find a definitive solution, but first I want to test the trial version and then I'll make a thought about it.

The real problem is to find a software that can do what I need, because I searched a little bit and I always found program that make me select a region of the screen but when I open a new window it start record that one too and I don't want that.

Humbert 11-12-2020 11:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lordsmurf (Post 72712)
Moved. Screen capture isn't video capturing.

OBS is simply one streaming capture software. It is a resource hog that I've seen, and some software may be leaner.

I know of some decent alternatives, but all are payware. Do you require freeware, or do you have a budget? Jing is a freeware similar to Camtasia (payware) from the same company. Long before OBS, Camtasia was a favorite of many.

Hi again! I wanted to tell you that I tried the alternatives but none of them have what I'm looking for. Can you tell me other programs that I can try? Thanks a lot!


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