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No problem - just open a 2nd instance of Captivate and record the first with the second (or the second with the first - grin).
I don't know who you would talk to about using Adobe-owned materials in your own commercial efforts ... but Captivate was created just to make it easy to create your own, so why not do that, instead? In any case, best of luck!
Welcome to the User Community, jlewis001!
Hi jlewis001and welcome to our community
As fellow Adobe Community Expert Larry (AKA resident Captivate GURU and all around nice guy) pointed out, it's pretty easy to do using the second instance of Captivate.
I know I know, so why am I posting? Well, just thought I'd also toss in the little fact that you can only do this to a certain extent. For the largest part, you can. But where the process may break down on you is if you want to record the actual Captivate recording process. Only a single recording process can occur at a time. So for example, you can't kick off one session of Captivate recording say Microsoft Paint, then have the second process recording the actual recording process (where you see the red recording rectangle).
Cheers all and I can't say this enough... It sure is good to see CatBandit back in our community. (wild applause....)
Thanks for the help.