So, as per the suggestions I've been given this past week, I've been experimenting with OBS Studio and it does just what I need. It's cross-platform, being usable in Windows, Mac and Linux. As a Linux user, I'm grateful to kiss Skype goodbye as Skype doesn't really play very well in Linux. A few tips to make things easier for people who want to use OBS with Roll20: If you're only going to record the audio and video of your session, then a Twitch account isn't necessary. You can skip that part of the setup instructions in the Roll20 Documentation. But, if you want, you could upload your recorded files to Twitch, YouTube or whatever later. A good trick is to install another browser on your system and then double log into your game through it, joining that browser as a player You'd then set OBS to record off the player browser, not the browser you're going to administrate your game through This will record things as your players see them. Even if you set OBS to capture cursor behavior, you'll only see the pings and ruler use of players not the GM. (Not sure why) Depending on your audio set up, you may have to adjust your gain levels on Desktop versus microphone to get a good sound balance.