Neat. That game bar turns out to be more useful
than I at first thought. I knew you can take screenshots
with it, but was unaware it had a record feature. Makes
sense, though. There are so many PC game playthrougs on
youtube and I suppose nowadays a lot of them probably use
on the computer, you can also use the Windows Game Bar to do
this recording. From the application where you want to
record, press win+g. You may have to answer a check box
saying to treat the app like a game. Then you can use
win+alt+r to start and stop recording. There are also
options to include the microphone.
requires Windows 10 but it is what I use most often these
Camtasia is OK, but I had a lot of
difficulty configuring it and making it work to the point
where the video was actually usable. Either too big or too
small, sometimes I recorded and got blank (black) screens,
so I uninstalled it.
OBS Studio is what you need. Do you want
to also record your own voice to narrate along with
JAWS?Then you need a mixer to mix JAWS audio with a
On 8/16/2019 10:26 AM,
Ashleigh Piccinino wrote:
What about Studio Recorder? I know it records
audio of JAWS, or I think it does anyway. I don’t know
about the pictures, though.
I look after a software there can record
picture and sound from JAWS. This is because I should
record some pictures and sounds about what there
happen in a special web formula with JAWS activated.
Do you have heard about a software there
can do that?
I have found a software called Camtasia
but I not have an idea about the accessibility for
blind users in this software.
Thanks in advance for your answer, and
have a nice day.