Screen recorder OSX. Best freeware?
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    Default Screen recorder OSX. Best freeware?

    Looking for a good basic straight forward screen video recorder for OSX (snow). Found loads on the net but before I go downloading I'd thought I'd ask on here if anyone uses one they can recommend? And due to me knowing that I'm not really gonna use it that much at all, I can't warrant spending any money on it. So freeware only please (no demos with trial periods).
    If it was something I am going to use all the time I'd spend the money on something decent. But I'm not, so just a basic screen video recorder, with audio capture capabilities (ideally with the use of my Audio 8 as well as internal speakers) would be splendid.

    Anyone?

    Thanks a bunch.

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    Don't you have quick time player? that has a screen recording function with snow leopard...

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4racen View Post
    Don't you have quick time player? that has a screen recording function with snow leopard...

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    No fucking way! Holy shit, so it does. Well you learn something new every day! You fucking legend, cheers!

    Funny how when I googled that shit nothing came up about Quicktime having that function.

    Nice one.

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    How about if you don't have snow leopard?
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    You don't get it!! It;s shit, i upgraded to Quicktime pro on my Quad downstairs thinking i'd get screen capture and yet i don't with Tiger....

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    I think the best screen recorder for mac is Macvide Screencap. It's not free but have a trial version.

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    What about me,i use Macvide ScreenCap. too

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    Oh my god i didnt know QT had screen recording .

    Works just fine... nice tip

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    is it QT that has the built in images when someone *clicks* a point on the screen, it makes some sort of water-esque ripple, or identifies the point they're manipulating software?

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    I just tried and it didnt show the clicks or any fancy stuff. It literally recorded the screen as it was.

    Cant see a setting for it.

    Id like that as well.

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