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issues in Windows where no two systems can be used at the same time by one application.
The recorder (and/or Camtasia Studio) would be the main kernel client recording the desktop and simultaneously connecting to the servers sending them time-stamp
synchronisation messages and start/stop signals -> various servers running in their own thread that acces the KS/WDM/MME/ASIO (perhaps even JackD and ReWire if one
is willing enough) audio systems and then simply record the audio parallel with the video and then later add the audio together in Camtasia studio on their own respective audio track.
This would not require Camtasia to be 64-bit, but one of the audio-server processes could be developed to support 64-bit and i think this might be a better solution
to seriously consider even if 64-bit support in generic is out of the question.