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As of 2015, some good video capture software include Camtasia and Adobe Presenter, according to TopTenReviews.com. Camtasia can record both video and audio at the same time, and it captures the mouse cursor as it moves on the screen.


Take a screen shot in Windows by pressing the Print Screen button on your keyboard (or Alt+Print Screen, to capture an active window instead of the entire desktop). This saves the screen shot to the clipboard, enabling you to copy and paste it into an image editor.


As of 2015, some highly rated free screen capture software include Screenshot Captor and DuckCapture. Screenshot Captor lets users capture screen shots, upload them to an image hosting service or share them with other people. Its Scrolling Capture tool allows users to capture hidden portions of a we


To sell used VHS tapes, list them on marketplaces such as eBay or Amazon. While most VHS tapes are not particularly valuable and have little resale value, some rare tapes can sell for high prices online.


VHS tapes can be sold at retailers who specialize in selling collectible or old movies; such retailers can be found online and in local cities. For retailers to purchase the VHS tapes, the tapes need to be in working order and in good condition.


Open Broadcaster Software has a portable mode that users can install to USB storage devices. The application is free to use and is available for Windows, Mac OS X and various Linux distributions.


To connect a VHS player to a computer, a person will need to use an adapter with analog capabilities. The adapter or cable should have a USB connector on one end, which will connect to the computer, and an RCA connector on the other end to connect to the VHS player.


There are different ways to convert VHS to DVD, but a simple method is to connect the adapter to the computer and VCR and install the software. Convert the VHS to a blank DVD and burn the disc.


Old VHS movies can be sold for cash by listing them on eBay. They can also be listed in local classified ads.


Windows PCs have a designated keyboard key, "PrtSc", for taking screen captures. After pressing "PrtSc," open an image program. Use the keyboard combination "Ctrl + V" to paste the screen capture into the image program.