Capturing a Full Screen DOS session to an AVI

I'd like to capture a Full-Screen DOS session (either through Windows or just in plain DOS) and save it to a movie format like an AVI.  If anyone knows of a program to help me do this, please let me know.      Thanks, Craig
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mcsilverAsked:
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arnondConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Download HyperCam from:
http://www.simtel.iif.hu/pub/simtelnet/win95/mmedia/hycam134.zip
it's shareware and you need to register it. (for 30$)
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tunctCommented:
There is Microsoft(R) CamCorder. But this one's good for capturing windows sessions. I don't know whether it you can record in full-screen DOS mode. It's supposedly included in Office'97
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mcsilverAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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itz_meCommented:
Heading the same problem I found Corel-Capture 7 which is delivered within CorelDraw 7. It captures only the window you are working with- so it is like "fullscreen".
PROBLEM: It captures with Millions of colors and you can not adjust it. A movie of 30 seconds, resolution 800x600 sizes about 300 MB. Maybe Version 8 is better. Hope anyone finds a better solution.
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williamcbCommented:
use any screen capture program (CCAPTURE, PRINTSCREEN, ETC.), then bring it into Premiere and output it to AVI..
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mcsilverAuthor Commented:
I want to capture a whole session in DOS, not just a single frame.
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arnondCommented:
the home page of HyperCam is at:
http://www.hyperionics.com/

Hope this helps,
Arnon David.
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