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Checked everywhere in the settings in windows 10. I have to record some VR stuff in desktop mode, and I need to use the right mouse button to control the camera, but I dont want the pointer to show up in the recording. Any solutions?
I just typed "hide mouse pointer windows 10" in Google and by Golly, the first page was littered with options.
- There's even one that matched my first assumption - create a new mouse cursor that's blank. Obv. you'll need to understand shortcuts to go'n'change backdetritus
- And, just to preëmpt you:
- Actually, I'd probably save myself potentual headaches and create a single black pixel cursor, then just hide it in a corner.detritus
^ Helpful. Nothing in there about turning off the pointer.
Im not trying to turn off pointer trails. Im trying to turn off the pointer entirely.
- Yes, I get that. Try scrolling down beyond the very first search result. You're the sort of user that clicks on Google ads, aren't you?detritus
- You sent search results for keyboard shortcuts. Already checked all of them before I made this post.CygnusZero4
Usually the screen recording software has that option built in, since it’s a common need you’ve got here. Turning off the cursor in the OS itself isn’t advised as using the computer would be seriously hampered. Good luck.
It's dead simple, create a transparent png 35x35px (i leave a red dot in the middle), convert it to cur. and add it as mouse cursor in the Mouse Properties.
just record with the mouse, and then you can track it on after effects and replace with something else, you can parent a adjustment layer with blur to it so it doesn't appear
What software are you using to record? I've seen a lot of them that actually have that option built in.