Hehe, this will be experiment 20.P.s. Sorry I'vre been lagging on answering your questions. I will soon. Work has been crazy again.
Hi guys and girls, anyone using any free tools for tutorial capture? I can put together the post bits but the capture needs to be smoothish.
@Andy001z BB Flashback Express for free?
I get frustrated that all the resources are not supplied for the tutorial take the one with the man in the copter sure the obj may not be available but the shot of the actors running across the roof and the background would be a great help in the learning process
@Andy001z - if you have a modern NVIDIA video card you can use their own built-in Shadowplay. That's what I use these days for making the HitFilm tutes.
FRAPS isn't free but it is super cheap.
OBS is free. I installed the new multi-platform version and checked it out a little. It seems simple enough to use.
"Window" capture mode did not work with the Hitfilm window. Desktop capture or Game capture work fine. I used the x264 encoder options.
OBS can capture constant framerate, for good editing.
I am using Quicktime, like it a lot.
For my last tutorial, I used VLC for my screen captures:
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