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Hello,

Does anyone know any good software for interactive screen recording?

For example, lets pretend I have a video file of a football match.

I would like to play this video on my computer but then interact with it.

ie: record voice over, pause the video, draw arrows, move icons/images, add text etc.

Basically like they do on the TV networks at half time when reviewing football footage.

I'd like an easy way to analyse and interact with my video files. Hope that makes sense.

The only way I can think of at the moment is to manually record the video, then manually record the audio over the top and then finally take it into a video editing software and add the interactive parts. All of this would take too long and I need a way to do it on the fly.

Let me know if my request is not clear.

Thanks in advance.
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There's a reason broadcast software of the sort you're talking about costs tens of thousands of dollars.

You might be able to find something to help you with the features you require through plug-ins to Final Cut X, but iMovie or something like that is only going to be able to help you with voice-overs, slow-motion and adding text
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