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Hi, new to Debut, somewhat confused, first post. I want to make some simple tutorial YouTube vids for Logic 9, an old version, (but then so am I). I can record the screen of Logic as I move chunks of music around, and the timeline shows up moving as I play the piece, but when I move the mouse to change anything, the mouse does not appear. I obviously can’t keep saying “Now if you look somewhere in the top left corner ... “, I need to show them with the mouse, but can’t see how. I have just paid for, and registered the latest version, and am using it with Snow Leopard on a M
I am making training videos and recording my screen. I'm using a mouse pointer enhancement program called "PointerFocus". It shows a green ring around the mouse arrow and allows one to mark on the screen. The problem is that Debut does not record it. It sees everything else on the screen fine, just not the enhancements.
Hey there Debut team. This seems to be a large issue that has been unresolved in your later versions of Debut. I'm currently using the full v1.83, and I do not see the option that is eluded to in almost every post/FAQ I've found: As you can see, there is no "hide cursor" option. Also, when I record an in-game experience, it shows both the OS X mouse cursor and my in-game cursor. I'm pretty annoyed, given that I just paid $40 assuming that this very standard option would be made available. Please resolve this ASAP. Thanks.
Good day, forumites. I was trying Debut Video Capture Professional 1.82 to record stuff from the screen, like gameplay from old videogames, and found something strange. The emulator, DOSBox, hides the mouse pointer and uses one of it's own, locking the original within the frame of the emulator and hiding it. For some reason, Debut Video Capture 1.82 still records the mouse pointer as if it was there, which is a major letdown, since I can't record gameplay without the system pointer obstructing the view. Tried downloading and testing Debut Video Capture 1.68 and it doesn't have that