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Giulio Prisco

THANKS for the suggestion! You can send me the money for a new computer anytime!

My computer isn't that bad, but running SL with high quality graphics AND a good local screen recorder would be too much strain, and the result would be that some slides would take too long to rez. Therefore, when recording talks with slide presentations, I set the graphics quality to low.

Ciaran Laval

I find Xsplit broadcaster to be pretty good for recording SL.

I agree with Giulio on the changing slides taking too long to rez though, the higher your graphic settings the longer they take to rez, a better graphics card would definitely help there but it's still a challenge.

MLarkento

Maybe a Fundme campaign for VR video recording equipment is in order. 😉

sirhc deSantis

Maybe they could have a whip round at the Turing Church (vision thingie : "We will go to the stars and find Gods, build Gods, become Gods, and resurrect the dead from the past with advanced science, space-time engineering and “time magic.” So must be a few bob floating around cos dieties tend to charge, possibly bchainones... Time magic sounds fun though - is that another Dr Who xmas special spoiler?)

Wagner J Au

One alternative is to just record the audio and merge that with the slide presentations. Most people aren't really interested in the in-world aspect, especially as it's just a recreation of a real world conference and doesn't add much to what the presenters are saying.

Giulio Prisco

@sirhc deSantis - it's a special spoiler from the far future!

Giulio Prisco

Re "One alternative is to just record the audio and merge that with the slide presentations. Most people aren't really interested in the in-world aspect, especially as it's just a recreation of a real world conference and doesn't add much to what the presenters are saying."

Yes, but syncing the audio to the slides would take more work than recording the SL stream.

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