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Aloha Samuel,

Loom for Education <https://www.loom.com/education> allows an unlimited
number of recordings, with a time-limit of 45 minutes per video. You are
able to record your screen, and use your webcam to film yourself speaking
at the same time. Not sure if the 45 minutes is long enough for your needs,
but I like using Loom for work/school.

There is also OBS <https://obsproject.com/>, which is open-source and can
do recording or streaming. This tutorial looks pretty good
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySENWFIkL7c> to get started with recording
your screen and your webcam at the same time. I haven't recorded a
presentation with OBS, but a friend of mine uses it for his presentation
videos.

I hope you find a good solution, :)
Allyson

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Allyson Ota (she/they)
Electronic Resources Librarian

Kapi Ľolani Community College Library

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On Mon, Dec 6, 2021 at 12:41 AM Samuel Bello <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Please, I need to send a virtual pre-recorded research paper presentation
> capturing the presenter and the slides. Padlet free download seems not
> working.
> Please, has anyone used any free presentation software to recommend for me
> to handle this task?
>
> Thank you
>
> Samuel Bello
> DDIS Librarian
> University of Ibadan.
>