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  1. #1
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    Default Selecting destination drive

    Hi, just joined.
    I want to use Replay Media Capture to record streaming video tutorials when I'm not avalialble to view them due to being at work.
    They could be as long as 8 hours if they are a full day webinar.
    My hard drive is pretty full but I do have a 1tb passport drive and am wondering if I can direct the program to record to that drive instead of C: ?
    I don't have the program yet and want to be sure I get the right one for the job and that I can record to the USB Drive ...otherwise there won't be any point.
    I also don't know how much space 8 hours of a webinar would take.
    I don't suppose there is anyway to auto burn to a DVD huh?
    Looking forward to learning about the above. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Selecting destination drive

    This program is not the one you want for a webinar. You would want to use our screen capture program, Replay Video Capture. It is capable of recording for that length of time but it is very power intensive and I don't know if your system could handle recording for that length of time. We are talking a lot of GB for that recording. It will not auto burn but you are able to record in DVD format to make it easier to burn a DVD.

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