My TC Version is: 12.50.4142.7 x86
My VLC Version is: 126.96.36.199
I have installed the extension and I have the Start/Stop Video Recording option available in my operations. VLC is installed and I was able to record my screen manually. (Starting it from VLC)
When I run the recording in a test I get a warning:
"Unable to start the recording. The VLC recorder is not installed. See Additional Info for details"
And in the Additional Info is:
"The video recorder uses the recording functionallity of the VLC framework.
Download the recorder from the following website and install it:
What did I do wrong? Is there any way to sepcify the path to the VLC.exe?
Thanks for your help in advance.
> Is there any way to sepcify the path to the VLC.exe?
Yes it is. Unpack the VideoRecorder.tcx file (this is just a zip archive) and go through the code in the script.sj file.
This is because you have TC x86 and VLC player x64 installed. x86 process cannot see values of x64 Windows Registry.
So, you can
* just use TestComplete x64,
* or install x86 version of VLC:
* or modify extension (yes, it's just zip archive) in isInstalled and getPath methods of RecorderInfo object.
Also feel free to create an issue here:
Maybe somebody (or me) fix it in near future.
I have a question here, more general:
The github repository, is it open for others to upload extensions and extension code? Or is this strictly for SmartBear staff? One of the things that has been tossed around as an idea is a central repository for anyone who wants to share their script extensions to put their stuff. I have my own that I work with and have made available to others on bitbucket but it would be nice to have an "official" SmartBear shared extension repository.
Thank you for reaching out.
You are correct, we are exploring a shared repository that TestComplete users can post their work in to. We're open to suggestions about what the best forum would be.
The idea of a shared GitHub repository could be a great start, but I'm open to other options as well. Once we decide on this, hopefully very soon, I'll send out a note so you can post your work there.
I appreciate you taking interest here Robert as we strive to make TestComplete as open as possible. Utilities from you and other members will be highly beneficial to the community.
Hello, I have a quick question.
In the "readme" it states that
I currently use a laptop connected to two different monitors with the desktop being extended across both displays. When a test is recorded both screens are recorded side by side. Is this the correct functionality?
The functionality of this script extension is to look for the VLC application and to start it providing some command-line parameters.
The above means that you should check with VLC documentation whether the observed behavior is correct one.
If the observed behavior can be controlled by some command-line parameter, you can check extension's source code (see above for description on how to do this) and add the required command-line parameter to meet your needs.
Yes, there are some changes in VCL player itself. The functionality was described for early versions of VLC player (which is also supported).
If you want to customize this behaviour I'd reccomend to use