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Screen recording and Mission Control?


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Hi, I have a Mac running on Lion and would like to screen record a region of one of my virtual desktops in Mission Control (I don't want to record what I am doing on my active desktop). Is there any software I can use to record the activity on the non-active, non-visible desktop? Quicktime doesn't work for this kind of thing, nor does any of the screen recording apps available in the Mac App Store. Basically, I want begin playing a video on one virtual desktop, set the recording software to record that video, and then switch to my main desktop so that I can work without the clutter of the screen recording. Thanks!
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By the way, I'm new, and I don't know if this is the right forum for a question like this...sorry!
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