I didn't even know what that Game Bar feature even did! I've heard tell that it gets in the way of OBS Studio sometimes, but what it's there fore, I never knew.
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 this method.
Depending 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.
This requires Windows 10 but it is what I use most often these days.
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 microphone.
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 from https://www.techsmith.com/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.