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A lot of these answers seem somewhat misleading unfortunately. Forget about getting a capture card. Practically every one has AGC. AGC is very similar to macrovision, except it's superimposed onto any video source. It's impossible to disable unless you use Linux and know your way around hacking drivers. Some cards on Windows have third party tools to ...


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It didn't seem possible as of Sep 30 2015. I would suggest segmenting the source file, encoding the segments and then stitching the resultant files. This isn't a true pause/resume facility but the piecemeal division will allow you to have a break from encoding. A rough overview of the commands to issue: Break the fullfile into parts ffmpeg -i ...


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A simple method is to suspend it with ctrl+z (alternatively, see kill command options to do so via PID if you prefer). Then resume with fg command. Unfortunately this will not survive a reboot.


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Recording full screen, if your hardware allows you to do it smoothly, is your best option. You can always crop or mask out unwanted areas later in editing. You won't have that freedom if you crop the input at the time of recording. An exception to this rule of thumb can be made if you're absolutely sure that the area of interest is a portion of the screen at ...



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