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Quadro

best screen recorder and vid editor programs?

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hi as titel says i'm looking for advices for new screen recorder and vid editor programs;

 

those are mostly for dofus, i expect the recorder to be able to record for a long time nonstop (in case of long dungs), hd, no water marks, and most importantly no lags or crashes pls c:

the video editor should at least be able to make the basic edits like cutting/adding vids, changing speed, changing size, adding layers (like 1 vid on top of another) and transparency; other effects are welcome c:

compatibility with .avi format (cuz i often work with .avi) would be superb

 

doesn't have to be a free program as long as the keygen is available, asking for a friend anyway :^)

 

atm i'm using vsdc free recorder & editor, and while both programs do their job they ocasionally lag or crash, not to mention editing in vsdc is not very comfortable and time consuming;

 

which program are u using for records or edits etc? any special features or the reason u like it?

 

ty for all answers c:

 

monika

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Recoding use open broadcasting software (OBS). It's mostly used for live streaming but you can edit settings to record in full resolution and also manage your capture view.

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OBS is probably the best recording software even if you include paid/cracked software too... just so happens it's open source. You can record like a God or you can lower the quality; the only limit will be your hardware.

 

Premier Pro is the best video editing software but it has a very steep learning curve. I personally recommend Sony Vegas because it's powerful and easy to learn. Older versions are cracked on various torrent websites and they're great. HitFilm / DaVinci are popular free alternatives but you'll need a great PC to run Da efficiently.

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thanks, i'll test those programs today!

 

funny that i did try using obs long time before but then completely forgot it existed huehue

regarding sony vegas tho, i also tried it once some time before and i remember i couldn't import my avi videos to program so i deleted it xddd maybe i was dumb not knowing how or bugged crack version or smth, anyway will test later, ty again c:

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1 hour ago, Quadro said:

thanks, i'll test those programs today!

 

funny that i did try using obs long time before but then completely forgot it existed huehue

regarding sony vegas tho, i also tried it once some time before and i remember i couldn't import my avi videos to program so i deleted it xddd maybe i was dumb not knowing how or bugged crack version or smth, anyway will test later, ty again c:

.avi files aren't universally the same - they're just a container that can contain many different codecs and many video editing programs aren't usually able to decode them all of them by default (decent video editing programs use their own codecs before using system wide ones to prevent interference/overwriting if at all) It's recommended to not use AVI. If you have some old files you need to use or want to continue using AVI format you can install the codec that your AVI files use on your PC or you can use a converter, that's assuming you have the same issue with Vegas which is more than likely if you haven't reformatted. MP4 format is around the same size and higher quality. simple converter pro 1 pro 2 

 

OBS is much better than it used to be and it was good before! The beauty of open source I guess.

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