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What Software to Record videos of Charts?
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mrtodd

Member Since Jan 12, 2014  121 posts mrtodd Jun 21 2016 at 03:39
What software do people use to make videos of their charts?

Pros?

Cons?

You've gotta be in it to win it.
Magiic

Member Since Jul 08, 2014  435 posts Magixs (Magiic) Jun 21 2016 at 10:59
I'm interested too, windows 10 can only video for 1 or 2 hrs I think.

Keep at it
mrtodd

Member Since Jan 12, 2014  121 posts mrtodd Jun 23 2016 at 11:19
I've heard of Camtasia but it has mixed reviews. Hoping to find something better to work with.

You've gotta be in it to win it.
ERAS01

Member Since Jan 04, 2014  2 posts Bob (ERAS01) Jul 03 2016 at 06:20
I use 'Snagit 12' by a company called TechSmith. It works easily and flawlessly, can record for hours and hours, and is easy to edit you vids.

I like to record long periods of price action, with an EA managing the trade, and then play it back at high speed, so I can see what is happening. Then I can adjust the EA to work better, etc.

Also it is great for spike trading news announcements. You can see what is happening to price in the fraction of a second after news comes out. You can also see what your broker is doing during that time (increasing spread, etc.) and also how your EA is handling the whole thing. Then, you can adjust to be better prepared for the next time.

Then too, you will find it useful for lots of other things, recording online seminars you are in, etc.

Support from TechSmith is excellent, and they have email tips to help you to be a power user, if you want.

There is a small fee for Snagit, but to me it is worth much more, considering all the good I get out of it.

Good Luck,

Bob

KEEP CALM and TRADE ON
Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  842 posts Adribaasmet Feb 23 2018 at 10:27
mrtodd posted:
I've heard of Camtasia but it has mixed reviews. Hoping to find something better to work with.


Yes I also use Camtasia; it’s really enough for such a video recording service!

JamesAnderson

Member Since Mar 26, 2018  31 posts JamesAnderson Sep 20 2018 at 09:58
If you want to only records videos then 'DU Recorder' is best and free of cost

but in this, you can't edit video

Also, Check 'ApowerREC' in this you can edit and record video this is also free

Searman

Member Since Aug 31, 2018  13 posts Searman Sep 24 2018 at 12:35
Cool thread, I was also struggling to find out. Camtasia, ApowerREC looks great and easy. I have another question regarding editing, is there any app like Microsoft Movie Maker which was stopped?

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  864 posts AniLorak Oct 28 2018 at 08:56
mrtodd posted:
What software do people use to make videos of their charts?

Pros?

Cons?


Well, you can use Camtasia, Adobe Premiere Pro, Filmora etc. But personally, I use Camtasia.

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  842 posts Adribaasmet Oct 31 2018 at 08:41
mrtodd posted:
What software do people use to make videos of their charts?

Pros?

Cons?

Actually all of video editing software’s all low screen record; it’s very basic feature!

iamjacobs

Member Since Nov 07, 2018  17 posts iamjacobs Nov 07 2018 at 15:32
Nice thread.
Thanks for useful information and tips.
I'm interested in this software and I plan to try Camtasia and ApowerREC.

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