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zoe660

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I posted this problem a few days ago, with 120 views and 0 responses, this tells me I am wording it wrong. I'm sorry
I will try explaining it.
I have a request to show someone how to do a certain procedure in Solidworks. I want to be in Solidworks, and make a video of all the movements I am making on the Solidworks screen, showing what I am doing with my cursor, to choose certain tools, etc. I know there is a way to record this using either Windows Media Player, or Windows Movie Maker. Will someone explain this procedure to me please? I also know it records it in the avi format.
Thank you,
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Hello,

Windows Media Player and Windows Movie Maker both do not have the ability to record screen. For that you will need a dedicated program. I haven't used it but have heard good things about CamStudio:

http://camstudio.org/

Cheers.
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Thank you so much! Makes perfect sense.
Zoe
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