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Capturing desktop movement or games

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I'm working on a little project here, and I'm looking for a program where you can capture what is happening on your screen.

I have tried CamStudio, but it lags a lot. So I was hoping that someone could give me a tip.

Thanks in forward

- Romedi
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depends on what your trying to do. most games like fps have their own utility to capture... most use FRAPS. then you edit the files with movieplay/media player.
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:tazz: hmmmmm
well i have a tool its called screenvidshot
its better than camtasia and costs much less
i think its great, exactly what you are lookin for
so click here for the info

good luck :)
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