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Using VLC Media player as screen recorder

PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2019 6:29 am
by wlangfor@uoguelph.ca
Hi all, if You're wanting a low mem requiring screen recorder. The fastest way is to use VLC. I like to set the fps to 33 and I save the filetype as .webm.

Furthermore I select de-interlace, the video is very sharp as a result. It's kind of tedious to merge the edison recording with the video but it comes out nicely. Press the image below to watch a youtube video in which I used this method to achieve that.
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Re: Using VLC Media player as screen recorder

PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2019 2:10 pm
by wlangfor@uoguelph.ca
Spogg wrote:Wow! Thanks for that!
It's very sharp and smooth.

Cheers

Spogg


Yeah, here's directions on a youtube video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZBehTaQS4I

The funny thing is; It seems to be the best picture compared to all screen recorders. Makes it tempting to use it an edison. BTW, If You're using another DAW, try this alternative track recorder (good for fl studio light users):

TapeIt 1 (sourced:http://www.freesoundeditor.com/VSTOthereng.htm)

VST effects TapeIt 1
VST effects TapeIt 1Silverspike TapeIt 2 is a VST-Plugin to record audio streams creating wave files in real-time. You can plug TapeIt into your VST host application at any point accepting VST plugins. Unlike most other plugins, TapeIt does not change the sound of your audio. But, while copying the sound unaltered from input to output, TapeIt writes it to a standard WAV file. This way you can grab any audio signal that appears at one of the plugin-points of your audio application.
TapeIt 2, a commercial and more complete version of this plug-in is available from the author's site.

See the author's/host site: RGC audio
Download the plug-in HERE (333,58 Ko)


Download Here: http://www.freesoundeditor.com/downloads/vst/tapeit.zip

I haven't tested it; But it's released by a good brand

Re: Using VLC Media player as screen recorder

PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2019 9:07 am
by Spogg
I tried VLC for screen recording and it’s very sharp indeed.
Of course it’s nowhere near as versatile as OBS Studio, but if you just want to record the whole screen it’s excellent!

Cheers

Spogg

Re: Using VLC Media player as screen recorder

PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:34 pm
by wlangfor@uoguelph.ca
Yeah, I like making videos of tracks I made but synths use to much CPU!

Spogg wrote:I tried VLC for screen recording and it’s very sharp indeed.
Of course it’s nowhere near as versatile as OBS Studio, but if you just want to record the whole screen it’s excellent!

Cheers

Spogg

Re: Using VLC Media player as screen recorder

PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 6:07 pm
by MichaelBenjamin
try OBS Studio, it works for basic recording tasks.

https://obsproject.com/

Re: Using VLC Media player as screen recorder

PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2019 7:42 pm
by wlangfor@uoguelph.ca
MichaelBenjamin wrote:try OBS Studio, it works for basic recording tasks.

https://obsproject.com/


Yes, thanks I'm a fan.