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If you are using an NVIDIA GeForce graphics card, their current drivers have a built in screen recording function.

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46 minutes ago, Lindal Kidd said:

If you are using an NVIDIA GeForce graphics card...

AMD's Crimson driver has the same feature ... just better, no registration required.

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There are numerous video capture apps. I've been using OBS for over a year and like it. 

NVIDIA, AMD both have apps that come with your video card. They lack a lot of options that dedicated capture apps have. Microsoft has the Game Bar built into Win 10.

So, the basic thing for capturing SL video is run a capture app. For smooth zooms you can change the mouse settings or use a 3D mouse like SpaceNavigator.

Running the viewer and a capture app can slow the computer. That usually creates jitter in the recorded video. So, shut down everything you can to leave the computer free to run the two apps.

Lillith is being funny... or exasperated. Her point with LMGTFY makes her point very well. For details 'How To...' on anything turn to Google, Yahoo, Bing, or DuckDuckGo. Plus, there are articles on making video here in this forum.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB4WLXGM10aLOxbw01-e5LQ/videos?view_as=subscriber 

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