Is there a way to stream on windows xp or atleast record videos FOR FREE without having any company logos on your video?
Just hold the Print screen buton long and it will keep recording your screen until you release it.
Decided to Google. Like
>>52490148 beat me to, Obs straight would not work.
I'll expand on >>52490117
What I would do if I'm making an instructional video or tutorial or some shit is install XP in a virtualbox guest and use virtualbox's built in screen capture.
If you have a legacy video game or something that only wurks in windows XP and you need footage, idk man. Probably just pirate an old version of fraps.
What need are you filling?
>most of the stuff i use would not work on GNU/Linux
so you do professional video editing, matlab and gaming on windows xp of all things? and you are not able to dual boot somehow? are you retarded or so out of space on your HDD that you can't spare 50gb for another partition?
I just want to stream/make videos for fl studio and vanilla wow which works like shit on linux because i tested it already.Also using any os higher than xp fucks with my video card.
I mean you could run a vnc daemon on the xp system and record a client vnc session from a newer computer running a supported OS but that could be really laggy because of network overhead. But I'm not an expert on that. Of course, this requires another computer.
>I DON'T NEED A SEATBELT, I KNOW WHAT I'M DOING WHEN I DRIVE
POSReady / Embedded Windows is not XP.
Those systems also have very tiny attack vector because what they are.
That's the problem with proprietary software, companies start adding malicious/user unfriendly code for their own benefit. Start using free (open source) software anon. It's not just a meme, it's a life style.