Recording a Betfair trading video

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kirbyrix
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Hi guys

What do you find is the best way of recording your trading in terms of leaving it recording all afternoon or do each race separately then save the recording?

I left Camtasia recording all afternoon today, then stopped it and it had a paddy and I lost all the recording. Not sure about Camtasia, it seems to take ages to render the video so I might give something else a go.....
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gutuami
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never had any issues with camtasia. usually I do portions of one hour recording and saving it as an *.avi file straight away.
herbie
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Hello there,
I am looking for some video capture software that will also capture the sound off the pc. I want to record streamed football games with live commentary, to later run along side data.
Does anyone know of any software that can capture both please?
regards
herbie
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mugsgame
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Guess i am lucky. I use an imac 27" i7, it uses quicktime to record the screen at upto 1080 hd resolution, have to run BA from the VPS though.

I have a habit of recording every race i trade. In the evening I go back over and beat myself up over every mistake :)
Iron
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For anyone who hasn't recorded a video, I'd recommend it.

Some of the trades I recorded looked fine at the time, but I later watched the video and thought 'Why on earth did I do that?!?'.

As a result, it was a great learning exercise.

Jeff
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Westerner
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The 2 I use are:

Screncast-O-Matic - http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/

Snagit - http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html
Ron Starc
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I use motion activated recording in My Screen Recorder Pro. It is a better motion activated screen recording software tool. Records your screen and audio from the speakers or your voice from the microphone - or both simultaneously. The recordings are clear and look great when played back on your PC or uploaded to YouTube. It will record directly to AVI, WMV, MP4, or FLV. Just perfect for creating tutorials, demos, and presentations. Plus, java is not required and there are no limits on recording length. Also, the recordings play back on any device. And the motion activated recording makes sure I am not wasting time looking at a recording with no activity.
RentonT
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Hi guys, what are the best up to date free software's I could use to record my trading please?

Many thanks
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Kai
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herbie wrote:Hello there,
I am looking for some video capture software that will also capture the sound off the pc. I want to record streamed football games with live commentary, to later run along side data.
Does anyone know of any software that can capture both please?
regards
herbie
I know this is an old post but I was looking for a similar software that can record football markets along with live pictures and outside sound as well and I found that in OBS, which is a free open source software for streaming and recording, it's also considered to be by far the best software for livestreaming (like on Twitch.tv etc).

I personally like it because not only does it have window capture features, but it can also record videos in the background while I use the screen for something else. It's surprisingly easy to use as well.

https://obsproject.com/
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