3DMightyMouse Mar 14 @ 12:28am
How do you remove the right side controls that are recorded?
I also read about this problem here: http://www.admining.net/reviews/litecam-hd-review/
"When you’re recording a video in LiteCam HD a handy yet very distracting black bar gets placed on the right hand side which covers the clock and gets recorded into the video. Now, I can understand its purpose while you’re making a video, but there is no reason for it to be recorded into the rendered video."

Anyone know how to remove it? I definately don't want it recorded, but is there also a way to get rid of it as an overlay even if it wasn't recorded?
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LoneWolfDon Mar 14 @ 3:10am 
I guess the "Reviewer", and yourself, were not aware of the option to hide that right-side control bar when recording in Video Recording mode: From the liteCam's settings, Video Options, check the option there for "Icon in the taskbar". This will hide that black control bar (effectively putting it to the Windows Task Bar instead), and you can still use the keyboard Shortcut Keys to Start, Stop and Pause the recording as you like.
3DMightyMouse Mar 14 @ 7:32am 
Thanks! 'Icon on the taskbar' doesn't exactly scream 'no bar recorded on the right side', which is probably why I didn't find it right away.

What are the default shortcut keys by the way, for Start, Stop, and pause?
LoneWolfDon Mar 14 @ 8:09am 
I suppose it could have been worded better.
I've already changed the default Shortcut Keys settings for liteCam on my computer, so I forget what the default ones are now (if you haven't changed them, then I guess it should already be set to the default, just look at your Shortcut Keys settings to see what they are set to).

For me I have them set them to Ctrl + 9 for Start, Ctrl + 0 to Stop and Ctrl + P for pause. You can easily setup the Shortcut Keys to whatever you prefer.
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