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Which screen recorder can you recommend for desktop?
scrot piped to ffmpeg
Techsmith Camtasia is the best I've used
AVerMedia has video capture cards: https://www.avermedia.com/
The default Quicktime app has become pretty good in the latest Mac OS.
arbiteroffun replied:
totally agree with quicktime, native with mac os and has never let me down
rloadd replied:
+1... but the drawback is the audio goes through speakers and mic devices by default. The result is noisy or poor the most of the time. An improvement is create an internal loopback device between the application producing the sound and Quicktime (or whatever). I am using "ISound Audio Capture" to create a new internal virtual device in Mac. It lets you aggregate different sources, so you can capture tipically just an app's sound (most quality capturing), or mic + app's sound (e.g.recording your speech at the same time). It is up to you at any time. Working in Mac OS Catalina.
If you run windows 10 hit ‘windows+g’ to access the built in one. It’s pretty decent.
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Yes, I agree. This is built in and it works a charm.