Screen recording software
mattramsey last edited by
My Nvidia driver comes with a screen capture program. It is pretty good. Also: Camtasia isn't bad (I don't have a lot of experience with it).
I think no matter what screen recording is a pain and eats up a lot of memory. At least, it's always been a pain for me.
What project are you planing?
@mattramsey I've been wanting to record my process already, but I'm doing some work for a you tube channel that will be a 3 min videos a week. Kind of like the white board vids where they zoom and pan around. It'll be a way to mix it up rather than just moving around from one flat image to the next.
If you have a mac, screen recording is part of Quicktime (the standard video player for mac). However, as it has been said, screen recording does eat up lots of storage space - about a gigabyte every hour or so. If I recorded my process I would end up with 10-60 GB of video material for an illustration, which I can guarantee is not easy to edit on a normal computer.
ProCreate for iPad is more clever - it does not record the screen is just record strokes, so the files are pretty slim and sped up already.
@smceccarelli Thanks! I use windows and think I have a lot of storage right now. I think once the work is done and I send it to be edited for the video I wouldn't keep it in my files... maybe just a sped up version. I want to get a ipad so badly! Need to make some dough first!
kai satoshi last edited by
Camtasia for mac or for windows.
screenflow for mac
RobinSlee last edited by
Movavi, Camtasia, Powerdirector, Screencastomatic plus a couple of others