The "Browse" or "Select" folder closes immediately while attempting to save a video - Windows 10
If you are experiencing an issue while saving videos to your computer from the Screencast-O-Matic screen recorder or the Video Editor application, where the "Browse" or "Select" box closes up immediately after clicking them, the issue could be caused by having a 'God Mode' Folder enabled in Microsoft Windows 10.
If you have a "God Mode" folder created on your desktop, please try deleting the folder in Windows, which should correct the problem that you're seeing with the application.
For more information about this particular Windows 10 mode click on the link below:
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