Recording Webcam and Screen as Separate Files

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by JukeBoxJosh, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. JukeBoxJosh macrumors newbie

    Feb 6, 2013
    Austin, TX
    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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