Just found out that Windows 10 comes with the ability to easily record game footage. For those who've had plans to record an Oolite video, if you have Windows 10 it's really easy. It all happens through the "Game Bar".
(from this article: http://www.howtogeek.com/219947/how-to- ... d-game-bar
To open the Game Bar while playing a game, press Windows Key + G. It will pop up above the game you’re playing. If you press Windows Key + G while Windows thinks you aren’t playing a game, Windows will ask if you really want to open the game bar.
You may need to be playing the PC game in windowed mode to see the game bar, so try setting your game to windowed mode if you don’t see it.
The Game bar includes icons for quickly opening the Xbox app, controlling background recording, taking a screenshot, recording a gameplay video, and accessing settings.
Record a Gameplay Video
To record a video, open the Game Bar with Windows Key + G and then click the red record button. A timer will appear at the top-right corner of your game window while it’s recording.
To stop recording the window, bring up the Game Bar again and click the red stop button.
You can also start and stop recordings with Windows Key + Alt + R. If you’d like to hide or show the timer, press Windows Key + Alt + T. These are the default keyboard shortcuts — you can change them in the Xbox app.
Take a Game Screenshot
(I know Oolite already has a screenshot function, but just for completeness...)
Use the Game Bar to quickly take a screenshot by clicking the screenshot icon at the center of the game bar. Or, press Windows Key + Alt + Print Screen to take a screenshot of the current game.
Find Your Videos and Screenshots
Windows saves all videos you record and screenshots you capture to your user account’s Videos\Captures folder. Videos are saved as .mp4 files and screenshots are saved as .png files, each tagged with the game’s name and the date and time you captured them.
You can also access these in the Xbox app. Open the Xbox app from your Start menu and click the “Game DVR” icon at the left side of the app to access the Game DVR section. You’ll see a sorted list of all your captures screenshots and videos under “On this PC.” You can view and watch them from within the Xbox app.
Looking forward to seeing some new Oolite videos on Youtube!