After say 10minutes of recording (so that AP can backup some part of project as per setting of 5 minutes), reboot the system with :
Windows+R => shutdown -r -f -t 0
Now, once the computer is up, start a [blank project] in AP and do the following:
Design (Menu) => Slide Size
Set the slide size (screen recording size when recording was started)
Insert => Audio (insert the same audio that was recorded under ActivePresenter.ActivePresenterCachedProjects\Untitled[?]_tempdir)
Insert => Video (insert the same video that was recorded under ActivePresenter.ActivePresenterCachedProjects\Untitled[?]_tempdir)
Now, you’ll notice that audio and/or video are not restored to the time window for which they were recorded (even after project was backed up). Audio and/or video are corrupted and they cannot be restored back! all the recording is lost and project is useless.
Fyi, ActivePresenter currently only supports backup while editing, not while recording.
Therefore, if ActivePresenter could not read the audio/ video file in the cached folder, please try using other tools like HandBrake to open the files.
If this way works, you can convert the files and insert them into ActivePresenter.
Otherwise, there is no other possible way, unfortunately.