1. Fulani Filot's Avatar
    Hello everyone, my challenge is how to make the game (screen) recorder to capture whatever/everything/anything that is being done on my screen. So far I have observed that the Win+G function only captures what is being done only on the active window when the function was launched.

    For instance, when screenshotting, there are two basic ways namely:
    > Screenshot of active window only = Alt + PrtScr
    > Screenshot of entire screen = PrtScr

    I'm looking for the screen video recording equivalent of these two commands (if such exist). Does anyone know a command that will allow a user to record video of the entire screen, or do I have to rely on a third-party application to do that?

    Please pardon me if I'm asking this question in the wrong chatroom/forum/sub-forum. Regards.
    08-08-2019 04:22 AM
  2. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    Try using dedicated screen recording software instead, like Camtasia. It may be expensive, but it is a good product.
    08-08-2019 09:50 AM

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