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KeyMacro is a new free video editor for Windows that is capable of changing the playback speed of videos.
The application allows you to resize the video before recording it, while keeping the aspect ratio. This is possible with either an easy manual mode or with the help of KeyMacro. The program makes it easy to record the screen, or to create videos from any other windows application.
The interface allows you to keep track of the recording while editing the video. Once it’s done, the software enables you to preview the video at various playback speeds.
To make a video from any window, KeyMacro makes it easy to paste a screenshot or copy and paste text. You can also add multiple clips or just one to the list of videos. The process is easy and simple.
In case you want to change the playback speed, the interface displays a slider that you can use to control the video playback. You can also use the on-screen keyboard to enter the desired speed. Also, you can add more details to the window, such as the thumbnail. In case you like to keep track of what you are recording, there is an option to use the marker.
The interface of KeyMacro is clean and intuitive. It’s not difficult to use. The program supports multi-language support, is portable and doesn’t need to be installed. Furthermore, you can use it from any device, such as USB flash drives.
VLC Description:
VLC is a powerful media player, but it can also serve as a video editor. You can record a video while playing it with the help of the software. Also, you can convert media files.
The interface is somewhat outdated, but it gets the job done with ease. This is because it is rather intuitive. You can add a clip or folder to the list of videos.
To record a video, simply hit the “Record” button on the toolbar, and the software will automatically start recording. The controls are very easy to use. You can use the slider to record from a specific point in the window or you can place the mouse over it.
VLC supports many codecs and standards. You can use it to watch any video format, including 1080p videos. Furthermore, you can download free codecs, or even copy your own. Also, the software allows you to convert any video or audio file to any other format.

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KEYMACRO is a graphical application for changing the keyboard layout. The software allows changing language, character set, keyboard and mouse shortcuts. It also offers the possibility to remap keys or perform such operations with multiple keyboard layouts.
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CasperJS within PhantomJS

I would like to load a page within the headless PhantomJS using casperJS. I can load the page using casperJS, but the headless feature is lost.
The following code works:
var casper = require(‘casper’).create({
verbose: true,
logLevel: ‘debug’

casper.start(”, function() {
this.echo(‘inside start’);
}); {
this.echo(‘inside run’);
}); {
this.echo(‘inside run2’);


The resulting png file contains only the first casperJS script (outside the headless PhantomJS) and the second casperJS script is not included in the file.
Is it possible to have the casperJS scripts embedded in the headless PhantomJS?


I have found the answer myself:
1) Use the ‘page.settings’ object instead of the’settings’ object.
2) Configure casper.options.viewport with phantomjs().
My code now looks like this:
var casper = require(‘casper’).create({
verbose: true,
logLevel: ‘debug’,

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