You might have used the Ezvid software to record your screen. I have to use it on my Windows 8 machine because this is a popular screen recorder, it is free and easy to use.
However, I have some issues with the software. I can’t preview the output video, and there is no option to save the video to a file. Ezvid allows uploading directly to Youtube at the moment and I don’t really like it because I have to provide Youtube credentials within the software and I’m not sure the freeware is reliable enough.
Fortunately, I found a way to retrieve the videos I captured using Ezvid. The software saves all of our screen-recording videos to its own folder in My Documents. Specifically, here is where I found my videos: C:\Users\Tuan\Documents\ezvid\projects\1\media
So, now you can get your videos and bring it to your video editor. Hope it helps.
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