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Is their any way to record my computer screen using another computer?
 

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Originally Posted by Darren9 View Post
Probabally not without some extra hardware - a signal splitter and some sort of video capture card that supports a format your GFX can output.
Can't i just just share my screen or something on the other computer?
 

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I'm sure you can. You may have to use some sort of remote connection software that may have that built in. Alternatively you can use screen capture software in conjunction with remote access software.
 

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If you want to take control and look at the screen realtime, I suggest Teamviewer (free)

If you want to moniter what goes on your pc while your away, I suggest installing a keylogger with screenshot functionality that will upload to a ftp
 

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Pointless to capture remotely, since your computer is going to be encoding what goes out to the other computer anywhere. Just do it locally.
 

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Well for some reason when i record my computer gets really laggy even when not playing a game......
 

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well it depends on what youre using to record. what program are you using? it its using up your resources. try using debut video capture. its pretty slim and doesnt use a whole bunch of resources i think
 

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ZD soft recorder
 

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Skype has desktop sharing built in I think. Then youd just need to record it somehow.
 

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Thats what i was thinking about...
 

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i have always thought about this once a blue moon my idea was to use and older card with svideo for the out put (the compy being recorded) and a tv tuner with svideo on the recordING compy. so long as the software lets record whatever is in the svideo in you could even do bios videos and screen captures.
 
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