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Best software to capture webinar?

Willing to purchase fraps if need-be, but I didn't know if there were better alternatives..

I'm trying camstudio but it's not recording sound (even though its configured and enabled).

any other suggestions? thanks
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Camtasia or you could just use the software that is creating the webinar like WebEx.
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well there's a new word for me to hate
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It's on24, not webex Camtasia is 299 a bit more than I figured we'd have to spend..

Hmm.... thanks
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Do they don't have anything built in to record?
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CamStudio is free. I think it's based off of an older version of Camtasia, but it works well enough for most things.
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try RHUB Webinar Appliance. No monthly fee. You could record webinar and save the recording for later view.
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