Best Way to Record Krec Files


#1

I realize some of this will be foreign to those who haven’t used camtasia, but I am wanting to get my krec files in a format that can watched a bit more easily for learning purposes. I am using camtasia (since fraps appears not to work) and am wondering what the best settings are for recording krec files played back in nfba. Right now I am using 60 frames per second, manual configuration, locking it to application and using full screen as my size.

My questions are:
Should use the “lock to application option”?
Is 60 frames per second a good frame rate for the player? This is what 3s runs at, I am pretty sure.
Should I use a preset size, or use full screen?
What audio settings should I use in order to get sound? (currently vids do not have sound)
(Here is what I have available as sources: MIDI Synth, Auxiliary 2, Line-in 2/ Mic 2, S-PDIF-in, CD-Digital, Analog Mix, Microphone, Wave)

Thanks for any and all help you might give. I know it’s a pretty specific problem, but I am not sure how others are getting their vids in a format that is uploadable to youtube, for example.

I’m using the latest NFBA.


#2

I’m also open to any other suggestions as well as to how to get a krec file into a normal movie (avi, mpeg, etc) file. I have seen others do this, I assume with nfba, and I don’t know how it is done.


#3

Complete credito goes to wakeupsweep for writing this awsome Camtasia guide

My only fee if this works for you will be for you to turn my favorite kreck into a movie format so I can upload it to my YouTube account.

My computer is not beast enough to do it =(


#4

Thanks for that! Truly appreciate it. Put your krec file up here and I will see what I can do. Can’t promise anything, but I’ll give it a shot.


#5

http://www.mediafire.com/?y4uihbfnzzj

Thanx. If you are able to convert it, it can be just one long one and I’ll try to edit it myself. Thanx again.


#6

Pm me.