VirtualBox 4.3 Released With Multi-Touch And Video Capturing Support, More

Oracle has released VirtualBox 4.3 today with some exiting new features such a new virtual multi-touch USB interface to support touch-based operating systems, video capturing support and more.Probably the most important new feature in the latest VirtualBox 4.3.0 is the addition of a virtual multi-touch USB interface (VM settings > System > Pointing Device: select USB Multi-Touch Tablet), but that’s not all. With VirtualBox 4.3, there’s also a new video capturing feature which allows you to record the session (WebM is used), new popup overlays that display various info or warnings on top of a running machine window, support for editing general keyboard shortcuts for VirtualBox Manager and Virtual Machine as well as a new virtual USB webcam device that enables video conferencing applications such as Skype or Google Hangouts to run in virtual machines.New VirtualBox 4.3 features: video capturing and popup overlaysOther changes in the latest VirtualBox 4.3.0:major rewrite of the VT-x code and the AMD-V code including many bug fixes and performance improvements;introduced a lightweight instruction interpreter for situations not handled by hardware virtualization;added SCSI CD-RO;M emulation, including boot support;support for IPv6guest sessions now are running in dedicated, impersonated session processes (needs at least Guest Additions 4.3 installed);experimental

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