|Feb 6, 2013, 05:19 PM||#1|
Recording Webcam and Screen as Separate Files
Is there a good way to record both my screen and my webcam, as separate files at the same time? I tried using QuickTime Player and it recorded the webcam and external audio fine until I started to do anything while recording the screen (in this case, a game). At that point the video and the audio for the webcam were at different rates, the video all of a sudden slowing down, and the audio normal.
I'd do a PIP thing as one file, like Screeny or like some livestreams you'll find, but these aren't going up live and I'd like to switch focus in some video editor whenever I talk and what's going on my screen isn't a big deal or important. For instance, if I was just talking at a game over screen I could switch the game to the bottom corner and I could take up the rest of the screen.
Is there a good way to do this? Or am I just doomed to have it all as one file that I can't really control after the fact?
As for the specs, I have the newest, bare minimum-est 21.5" iMac, if that helps any. Thanks in advance!
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