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    Video Capturing
    I'm looking to start a movie and game review channel on Youtube, i was wondering what's a good video capturing program to use?

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    Screen Flow is a great screen recording app, it is 20.00 $ though.

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    Thanks for the feedback. It's $99, little expensive.

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    There is always quicktime if you are running SL? Not sure if it would lagg if you are playing a game though...?
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    I didn't even think about Quicktime, I finally made the jump to SL back in December and forgot to look at what Quicktime had. I haven't tried it with any games yet, i'll be doing that within a few days though. Thanks CrimsonRequiem.

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    Quicktime X has a great built-in screen recording tool. Before that came along I used iShowU which gives you many more options and presets.

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    Snapz Pro X i think is the best. worked really good for me, good quality, good sound. i think its maybe $60, but definitely worth it if your gonna be screen capturing a lot.

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    Cool
    Voila does a good job at screen recording ($29.99) Snapz Pro is good too ($69)
    Or try Screen Flow, pretty much used all of them

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    In my experience, ScreenFlow is worth the money. IShowUHD is a reasonably close second.

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