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Bob Belford
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Recording Software

1. Bandicam http://www.bandicam.com/

The free version is restricted, but this software streams, allowing recording of long presentations.

 

 

2. Allways-On-Top  http://www.labnol.org/ , a utility you do not have to instal, which keeps a window on top of other windows.  This allows a face to be superimposed on a powerpoint style projection.

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Others/Miscellaneous/Always-On-Top-Maker.shtml

 

3. WebCamVeiwer - I used this to make the video of my talk at IUPAC.  The problem is they have an URL at the bottom of the cam.

http://download.cnet.com/WebcamViewer/3000-12510_4-75324168.html

 

4. Open Broadcaster:  https://obsproject.com/

I do not believe Bandicam has been updated, and it is not free.  This software is a bit complicated to learn, but I think it has great potential.

 

Alex Williams (not verified)
Mac Equivalent
Comment: 
Hi Dr. Belford, I wanted to make sure people with macs knew that they already have a great screen recorder. Its actually in quicktime! I have made a few screen casts with it at Centre for explaining how certain chemistry web apps work. Hope the other students find it useful! Here is a link to a tutorial for it. <a href="http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-best-screen-recorders-capturing-mac-os-x/">http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-best-screen-recorders-capturing-mac-os-x/</a>
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