What Software to Record videos of Charts?

Jun 21, 2016 at 03:39
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Member Since Apr 18, 2017   920 posts
Jul 31, 2019 at 10:28
Adribaasmet posted:
AmDiab posted:
JamDay posted:
I use Camtasia as well. it is very good. Don't look too hard for alternatives. Camtasia is perfectly fine and cheap

Yes, and it’s a small software; don’t need high configuration as like Adobe software’s!

But I see; it’s a paid software and the yearly charge is not small! Can you please mention any free software?

Do you want online based free software? If yes; just PM me!
Member Since Dec 20, 2019   23 posts
Feb 04, 2020 at 17:56
You can use our usual Camtasia or some things from Adobe or something like that - if that is what you are looking for. Can you make it or not? I assume you can and will do that if there is a need, correct? So let's do it then.... assume;)
Member Since Feb 12, 2020   17 posts
Feb 26, 2020 at 11:53
ERAS01 posted:
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
I agree with you
Member Since Aug 27, 2017   994 posts
Feb 29, 2020 at 16:00
AniLorak posted:
Adribaasmet posted:
AmDiab posted:
JamDay posted:
I use Camtasia as well. it is very good. Don't look too hard for alternatives. Camtasia is perfectly fine and cheap

Yes, and it’s a small software; don’t need high configuration as like Adobe software’s!

But I see; it’s a paid software and the yearly charge is not small! Can you please mention any free software?

Do you want online based free software? If yes; just PM me!

Please; but please don’t suggest me any risky 3rd party trading software!
Member Since Nov 15, 2019   26 posts
Apr 18, 2020 at 20:01
I have used something like Camtasia and that was my plan entirely for everything, I am still can assure you it works wonders with many cases, so I am not sure why you are still not using it. You can find cheaper options in Google anyway.
Member Since May 04, 2019   26 posts
Apr 19, 2020 at 13:47
I think what you mean is a screen recording software. Well apparently there is one that all computers have. It is only that the people that have it nevr know that they do untill they come across it at some point or someone refers them to it. All of windows 10 operating systems that are up to date have the windows game bar. With te windows game bar you can record all of your forex charts as many and as long as you want. There is only a simple catch which is that you need to have a lot of momemory if you plan o recordong hours and hours of forex charts. You can also record the videos and store them in a flash disk if that helps. Flashdisks these days are very cheap/ Better yet get a memory card that you can cinnct to your pc and not worry about removing it. It can act as your secondary storage.
Member Since Jul 12, 2019   24 posts
Apr 19, 2020 at 13:57
There are a lotof video recording softwares out there bu apparemtly finding a suitable one is always difficult because everyone is usually promoting something of their owm. Well I also record my forex charts sometimes. The pros is that you can edit the video after you have recorded it. You can also set the resolution and where you want the video to be saved before you begon recording. The program is power director screen recorder. It also comes with powerdirector which is a vodeo editing software. Just get powerdirector and you will get the screen recorder as an extra or get it independently. The cins from all the screen recorders are pretty much the same. They all need your computer or laptop to have a lot of spcae. in that case you should get an external hard disk. You will have enough space for all of your videos.
Member Since Dec 26, 2019   21 posts
Apr 20, 2020 at 19:20
If you need a screen recorder to record all of your trades then hou can try out du screen recorder. It has worked so far so good to me. Do not worry abou the watermark. It is free after all. You can get it frim the du official site or softonic, That wensite has almost evrything. I have to admit that the quality of videos is not that god but I do no think that it really matters. I do not see the point of recording forex in hd. The clearer the video then the more space it will take.
Centrillador
Member Since Mar 03, 2020   21 posts
May 15, 2020 at 16:47
Use OBS - it's the best software to record a screen. It's mostly used for streaming and stuff. BUt it's really good for recording pc's screen as well. I use it all the time.
Member Since Jul 23, 2020   759 posts
Oct 11, 2020 at 05:50
protrader69120 posted:
Use OBS - it's the best software to record a screen. It's mostly used for streaming and stuff. BUt it's really good for recording pc's screen as well. I use it all the time.
I also use OBS. It is easy to use and has user friendly interface.
Member Since Jul 23, 2020   869 posts
Oct 30, 2020 at 17:49
I use Bandicam. It is easy to use and its free.
Member Since Nov 07, 2020   25 posts
Dec 01, 2020 at 07:40
There is no particular software I use. Whichever I see in the front, I use it. They are all the same.
Member Since Nov 17, 2020   19 posts
Dec 23, 2020 at 09:29
You will easily find some softwares or you can even save your trades on your computer. One advantage could be that you can revisit your trades anytime for reference.
Member Since Feb 28, 2014   28 posts
Dec 23, 2020 at 09:38
I use Vimeo. With Vimeo you can upload all videos to instantly and watch them online. That's a great advantage when you record long or many videos. Having them online is a lot more convenient than having them stored on your local hard drive.
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