My Experience is:
1st Place: as Sterex suggested, Open Broadcast Studio
OBS really provides a whole lot of flexibility for creating complex layouts which you can change on the fly while recording.
I would also Add
ShareX as a possible alternative.
Although, to be able to Capture your microphone and the System Audio at the same time you need to do a little ...
I recommend OBS Studio. While it is probably used mainly for streaming, it can also record the screen to disk.
For your requirements:
it works on Windows (Windows 8 or higher). I use it on Windows.
it can record your screen
it can record audio
it compresses to MP4, H264 Codec, which produces small file sizes
The initial setup may take some time, but it ...
Yes, OBS Studio is your best option here, as it's very customizable.
OBS Studio here also.
Geogebra is a fantastic free option for the majority of mathmatical things. However, making graphs simply via drawing may prove difficult, and I couldn't find any software that would support this, so you'll probably have to use a simple painting software such as PAINT....
Have you tried OBS? It has tonnes of features and works well in a live environment. It also works cross platform and is open-source. And if you are missing something you might find a script to accomplish what you want.
OBS Studio, a free, multi-platform screen capture/streaming/video editing program appears to do as you require.
From a photography/video tutorial site, this specific screen shows that the program can be configured as you request:
As shown in the image, the input and output resolutions are adjustable, as is the output frame rate and the algorithm for ...
OBS-Studio / Open Broadcaster Software
You didn't mention a platform but I assume Windows or Linux or MacOS
If That is the case I reccomend OBS.
It is open-source, free of cost and comes with many features.
I have just tried reccording my own screen and at the default settings (high quality) with 1920x1080 at 60fps I got ~5Mib with a one minute video. You ...
I've struggled with this same problem and I've found a solution that works for me.
I don't know why but I haven't found any screen recording software that supports V9 video compression format which is smaller than other formats. It was open-sourced by Google and developed as a way to improve YouTube video performance.
There are a number of great options for ...
GIF is a terrible format when it comes to compression, so I'm afraid to say that you're already close to the limits. If there is much going on in your GIF, 9 MB is not much for a 744x376 GIF that runs 14 seconds with 10 FPS.
There are a bunch of good recorders suggested here, here and here.
EDIT: If these don't help, there is an alternate more complicated ...
As a more computer-oriented solution for folks looking to do something similar on their computer, OBS has a "replay recording" feature where you can configure a set amount of memory for OBS to just recording to in the background. Then whevever you click the "save replay" button, OBS will save the contents of this memory buffer (the clip ...
OBS should do exactly what you need. It's designed for streaming but it also works for screen-recording and can be set to record a specific window which, if i recall correctly, will mean that it can record a window even if it is being covered by/is behind other windows or applications.
Also for anyone else who is interested, OBS also has a "replay ...