A lot of individuals who are not very conversant with technology, have been questioning the way on recording their computer screen, so as to record webinar, create video tutorial and anything that’s happening on the screen. It’s difficult on their end and appears to be extremely hard to create screencasts. However, this will turn to an easy task with the use of handy software. I am going to offer you some fast tips on how to record computer screen.
Generally, there’re two approaches for recording the computer screen (online and offline). Software should be downloaded according to the operating system of your PC.
The tool Online Screen Recorder is utilized in recording audio as well as video from the screen. It offers varied modes such as Custom-Screen mode and Full-Screen mode for recording your screen. In addition, it enables users to record video as well as audio straight from applications of live chat such as MSN, Skype and Gchat. Also, you are able to take screenshots from any part of your computer screen.
When I need to record my screen without webpage app, I use Screen Recorder Pro. Other than the essential screencast feature, this tool is much better than the free one. It contains features which the online recorder lacks, as it enables users to edit screen in real time, publish to many channel and also publish the videos to MP4, AVI, 3GP, FLV, MPEG and MKV.
Also, this tool enable users to touch up recorded videos in terms of crop, trim, add effects, subtitle and merge videos. In addition, you can also make use of this tool for recording ongoing live shows from web with the built-in task scheduler.
CamStudio has a lot of choices to help you in performing screen recording on Windows. There are options for including mouse cursor in recording, syncing narration into recording, and also options to annotate the screen with shapes. Also, you can decide to record a specific section on your screen or the window of an application, so as to exclude other parts of your desktop. It also offers various frame rate for publishing your video; for instance, 1 FPS (frames per second) to form a video with basic quality, or 30 FPS for a flawless video.