I was on stackoverflow, and saw a question on how to record a screen. I did some research, answered it, and it got me thinking. "What if I made something to record your screen?"
So I did.
Things to take note of
Lol not play but whatever
- The pink box is going to be recorded.
- Note that if you go past the edges, your content will disappear.
- The longer you record, the slower your computer will ber.
- If the "gif" box is checked, expect a major slowdown on performance until the gif arrives.
- The gif module I'm using has no FPS (I just submitted an issue on their github, so it could be coming soon). Hence, the FPS is quite slow.
- Be patient while the GIF is being made. It will take a while.
- Note that when the GIF box is not selected, and you uncheck the "record" box, the "video" is just a lot of frames displayed every 10ms.
- Note if he GIF box is not selected, when you finish recording, the button will become a "play" button for replaying the recording.
WOW thats was a lot.
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An example of a GIF
You have to be careful with this kind of apps, unless you have a license, screen recording (Copyright Protected/Private) media is theoretically illegal. Since a streaming viewer or an online event attendee in these situations, screen recording is more than just a personal choice, as it may violate several rules or even laws. It's okay to record your own screen, though, but not of the other users'. I record mine all the time using https://www.movavi.com/screen-recorder/, it's very qualitative and free as well, this is all that I need.