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Can I Make A Video Of Your Computer Screen In Windows 7?


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I really need help. I'm trying to create MMORPG review videos and put them on YouTube. I have an hp laptop with windows 7. And I'm trying to figure out how to make a video where it shows my computer screen and stuff I'm doing on it. Kinda like how you can take photos of your screen by using the keyboard. I just wanna learn how to make videos where it shows my laptop screen. Like the viewers are seeing the same thing I am. Someone please help :(

By the way, I want to know whether the Windows 7 system to provide a making video software, how to use?

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If you type video screen capture into Google you will see lts of solutions. I use Adobe Captivate, but it costs. there are plenty of free solutions.

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I use Camtasia, but CamStudio is free and more than likely will do what you need.

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