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Windows 7: Screen Capture and Video Editing in High Quality

18 Apr 2015   #20
Anak

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Thanks, This set of eaglets will be gone by then, but the parents, who mate for life and live for 15 to 20 years have been known to use the same nest every year unless it's bothered by people, animals or the tree falls down.


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18 Apr 2015   #21
whs
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Hmm, looks like we have fun for a few years. Question is whether they will leave the camera.
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18 Apr 2015   #22
Anak

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Fun, fun, fun! The cam depends if the PA Game Commission has sponsorship or not.
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16 Jul 2015   #23
3Colors

64-bit Windows 7 Professional
 
 

For gameplays too ?

The version with SP2 as shown in the page, not required to have installed previous versions because it already has included all. True?
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16 Jul 2015   #24
Anak

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I'll try to answer in whs's absence:

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 3Colors View Post
For gameplays too ?
Yes. You will have to work with MSEE4 to understand what it can do. The more you use it the more proficient you will become. It will record anything you show on your display even errors like a moving mouse cursor, or switching to a different tab, but it is possible to edit these out.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 3Colors View Post
The version with SP2 as shown in the page, not required to have installed previous versions because it already has included all. True?
I would believe so I went the long way; if microsoft holds true to the way they handle service packs everything that was in SP1 will be in SP2; From my #16 post:
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I mentioned here that there is a SP1 for MSEE4, and when I went over 10' the first time I saw an alert that I couldn't go any longer so I looked around and saw that MSEE4 needs SP2 to remove that limitation. I installed SP2 over top of SP1 and after testing I can now go beyond 10minutes.

I noticed during both installs there is a page asking for a registration/License number, I entered nothing and clicked on OK and both times MSEE4 finished the installation.
The MSEE4 needs SP2 link will take you to the D/L page.
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16 Jul 2015   #25
3Colors

64-bit Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Thanks for the answers.

You think that this program can do well for record gameplays. Or would it be better to opt for the most renowned(or semi popular) programs.

Yes, I have read the entire post.
The confusion comes because I think you say you installed version SP1 and SP2 later on that. Because of the details of the program says :"This download installs Expression Encoder 4, Expression Encoder 4 SP1, and Expression Encoder 4 SP2 all at the same time".


Greetings
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17 Jul 2015   #26
Anak

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You're welcome.

I'm not a "gamer" so I wouldn't know if it would do well with gaming, I do know it does well with live animal videos, a sample of my work from my Live Bald Eagle Nest Cam Thread post #102:



There can be two reasons why the video may look out of focus:

1.) The live cam used to capture the nest, frequently went out of focus because of its own auto-focus limitations, and;

2.) Check the play settings and make sure they are set on 480p.

There was no audio at the source, so there is no sound.


Can you elaborate on what you believe are the:
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most renowned(or semi popular) programs.
Good catch on the "details of the MSEE4 program" I missed that, in my defense all I was concerned about was I needed to install MSEE4's SP2 to exceed the 10' limitation, and it bolsters my belief that:
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if microsoft holds true to the way they handle service packs everything that was in SP1 will be in SP2
If you want to give MSEE4 a try all you will need is the SP2 version.
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20 Jul 2015   #27
3Colors

64-bit Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Sorry, I'm a little distracted and had forgotten the post :S

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Can you elaborate on what you believe are the:
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most renowned(or semi popular) programs.
There are programs that are best known for making gameplays. Many recommend : Action!, Open Broadcasting Software(OBS), Xplit, D3DGear, ShadowPlay, MSI Afterburner, DXTory, Fraps, MSEE4...

I could use any of those but some in their free version offers only a few minutes. Or need to download the driver to configure As might also conflict with the video if i use MSI applications.

THE MSS4 see it easier and safer to download. And it seems not consume many resources.
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20 Jul 2015   #28
Anak

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THE MSS4 see it easier and safer to download. And it seems not consume many resources.
That is what I use and I'm happy with it and, as long as you install its SP2 version the record time is unlimited.
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08 Aug 2015   #29
3Colors

64-bit Windows 7 Professional
 
 

I tried it and everything goes black. The same happens when I want to capture the image with the keyboard(Without the program). I think it's not for gameplays.
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