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Replay Screencast 1.21 - User Guide and FAQ

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Recording a Window
  1. Click Settings.
  2. Select Video Recording Window.
  3. Choose the application you want to record.
  4. If you want to narrate while recording, choose Microphone as your Audio Recording Line.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Click Record.
  7. Wait 2 seconds until Replay Screencast's status shows "Recording".
  8. Start interacting with the program which you're recording.
  9. Click Stop when you're done.
Note: If image does not appear while running a video player, you will need to set the hardware acceleration to NONE in the display setting under the control panel in your operating system.

Recording a Screen Region
  1. Click Settings.
  2. Select Screen Region.
  3. With your mouse, drag the bull eye to the top-left corner of the region.
  4. Release the mouse button, and then drag to the bottom-right corner of the region to record from.
  5. Release the mouse button, and right -click. The screen coordinates of the region are entered into the Settings dialog.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Record your video as explained above.

Frequently Asked Questions - Replay Screencast

  1. I'm getting a blank screen when trying to record a video.
    To resolve this, you need to set your Hardware Video Acceleration to None as follows:
    1. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel.
    2. Click Display.
    3. Click the Settings tab.
    4. Click the Advanced Button.
    5. Click the Troubleshoot tab.
    6. Change the Hardware Acceleration to None, as shown here:

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