I have been using Freecorder for a couple years now and have had this happen maybe on other time. In the past, reinstalling the most recent version of the program fixed the issue, but I have just tried that and it has not worked.
I don't use Freecorder through its toolbar (I use Opera browser), and instead use the individual applications that the toolbar shortcuts to to record audio and view video history. Today I noticed that no videos are appearing in the video history from any website. I know that YouTube has been changing the way they host videos and whatnot, so I tested multiple websites (Vimeo, videos hosted on Tumblr, and YouTube - all sites that used to work), and none of the videos I view are caught by the video history application. I've also experimented in three different internet browsers to be sure that wasn't an issue.
I now notice that the audio recording application will no longer function as well. I used to be able to launch it from the start menu, but now that doesn't work, and I have to use the toolbar to open the audio recorder. Once the audio recorder opens, it will not sense any sounds made by my computer (through iTunes, internet browsers, etc...) as it used to.
I'm not sure when these problems began (I noticed this today, but I remember distinctly times throughout the past couple weeks that the video history was functioning). The only relevant change to my system recently that I can think of is a recent series of Windows updates that installed 6/13/12. Because all parts of the Freecorder program are not functioning, I am led to believe that this doesn't have to do with the specific websites I am trying to catch video from.
I am wondering if anyone has any information on this issue. Freecorder contains a highly useful and easy to use set of features and I would like not to have to seek out an alternative.
EDIT: After reading through some tweets regarding Freecorder, I remember that there was also a recent Flash update. People are saying that this has been known to disable Freecorder. After some Googling it appears this is a well known issue (?). If this is the cause of this particular problem, is there a known fix?