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Using Quicktime Pro 7 Instead
Authored by: GT-DVR on Nov 12, '05 07:01:04PM

You can also use QuickTime Player (Pro Version) to do the same thing. It's a little simplier and is extremely reliable:


-- Start Quicktime Pro 7 Recorder.
-- Define Recorder Settings inside QT Pro Recorder Preferences
-- by GT-DVR 2005

tell application "QuickTime Player"
activate

do shell script "sleep " & (2)

tell application "System Events"
tell application process "QuickTime Player"
click menu item "New Movie Recording" of menu "File" of menu bar item "File" of menu bar 1
keystroke return
-- hide quicktime player while recording
click menu item "Hide QuickTime Player" of menu "QuickTime Player" of menu bar item "QuickTime Player" of menu bar 1
end tell
end tell
end tell



-- Stop Quicktime Pro 7 Recorder.
-- Define Recorder Settings inside QT Pro Recorder Preferences
-- by GT-DVR 2005

tell application "QuickTime Player"
activate
do shell script "sleep " & (2)
tell application "System Events"
tell application process "QuickTime Player"
keystroke return
do shell script "sleep " & (2)
-- hide quicktime player after recording
click menu item "Hide QuickTime Player" of menu "QuickTime Player" of menu bar item "QuickTime Player" of menu bar 1
end tell
end tell
end tell



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