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Hey all, could use some help.

I'm looking for a free (preferably but not needed) program that I can use to record whatever it is I'm doing on screen for many purposes. I need the clip to record for at least 6 minutes.

Anyone got anything?

Anything is appreciated
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Hey all, could use some help.

I'm looking for a free (preferably but not needed) program that I can use to record whatever it is I'm doing on screen for many purposes. I need the clip to record for at least 6 minutes.
Snapz Pro. Let me know if you find a free one.
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Are you looking for one that also records noises? Because I use a free one called Copernicus that doesnt record noises. Try looking for it in Google if you're interested...
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Sound isn't completely necessary so thank you! I'm looking now.
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Ok so I downloaded it and it freezes whenever I start recording.
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