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Moving Screen Capture

Posted on 2001-09-17
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I have a program that generates moving images on the screen. What I would like to do is capture this on to and AVI, MPEG file format. Is ther software around that does this?

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TheRedGuy earned 50 total points
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If this is a program you have written yourself, then tell us more about it. What type of images are you moving around the screen? It may be that you can write out all the images to bitmaps if you have a fast enough CPU. You can then build an AVI file out of these with many of the sharware apps out there.

Alternatively, use something like SnagIt or HyperCam. You should be able to find these easily enough with a search engine....
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RedGuy,

Thanks a stack just what I needed, both hypercam and snagit do the job!
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