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Creating videos by recording the computer's desktop
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Hello, today I would show you how to create a video with not video camera at all using only your screen as the source for the video. Actually, this video was created in the exact same method. First we have to get a screen capture software, so you we will open an Explorer and we will go to Cam Studio.org. CamStudio is a free software for capturing streaming video out of your desktop, we will download it from sourcegorge and then we will install the software et cetera, et cetera. I will not show this now. I hope you know how to install a software. After you have installed it, you get a small screen that looks something like that. On this little screen, you have recording controls like record files and stop. You also have options to set the region, which the software will capture, and some videos about frame rate and playback rate. And here you can set the quality of the video, 70% is okay and you can set the playback rate 25 frames per second is at very good quality. Okay, this is all you need to know, in order to capture a movie. When you press the stop button, you will be asked to save the movie in AVI file then you can watch it whenever you want or upload it to your favorite online video community.