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I found a viable solution by combining MakeMKV and Handbrake: MakeMKV is able to extract the Video from the DVD by simply copying the data of selected titles (or chapters, it is very flexible) into one MKV file including all the soundtracks and subtitles, if you want that. Since no encoding happens, the process is pretty fast and the files are big. MakeMKV ...


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Zoom has extremely good quality for the file size. If you wanted to record with something else at higher size/quality, you could recompress it to be similar to Zoom afterwards by using the open source / free program ffmpeg. Here's an example command: ffmpeg -i "source-file.mp4" -c:v libx264 -g 120 -r 8 -preset veryslow -b:v 300k "smaller-file.mp4" In the ...


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Partial solution: Google Photos will back up unlimited quantity photos and videos with a cap on quality: Back up unlimited photos and videos for free, up to 16MP and 1080p HD. Access them from any phone, tablet, or computer on photos.google.com – your photos will be safe, secure, and always with you. Amazon Photos: If you have Amazon Prime, Amazon ...


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Another to add to your list is Jitsi: https://jitsi.org/. It meets all the requirements you have listed and in addition works on Linux, Android and iOS.


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I developed the utility in https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.03.utilityspotlight2.aspx. But it has some issues with Win 10. So I corrected them and published at https://burakuysaler.wordpress.com/2020/03/16/screenrecorder-final-by-burak-uysaler/. As I don’t work at Microsoft anymore, I uploaded it to my Blog. It does everything you look for ...


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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....


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