Although screen recording tends to be instantly associated with creating video guides, it has many other uses that are arguably more interesting – such as to save YouTube videos, Skype calls, webinars, and so on. Simply put it is a way to record and save anything from your screen, and that may prove handy on multiple fronts.
If you’re running a Windows 10 PC and want to know how to capture videos from your screen then the easiest and fastest way to get started is with Movavi Screen Capture Studio. It will make it simple to record screen on Windows 10, and will also let you edit videos too.
Insofar as recording your screen in Windows 10 is concerned, all you need to do is set the recording parameters accordingly depending on the area that you want to record, audio source, frame rate, and sound levels. Due to the intuitive design of Movavi Screen Capture Studio It will only take a few clicks, as all the parameters are clearly displayed so you can control them with ease.
It is worth noting that Movavi Screen Capture Studio also has options so you can capture any keyboard and mouse actions that are being performed. With these features you can set keystrokes to be displayed onscreen so they can be captured, and highlight the mouse cursor while setting a more audible ‘click’ sound too.
Managing the recording itself will be simple by either using the onscreen controls in Movavi Screen Capture Studio or the appropriate hotkeys. If you aren’t free to start and stop the recording, you can use the scheduler to set it to automatically do so at a specific time.
To edit the video that you recorded (or any other video for that matter) you can launch the built-in editor in Movavi Screen Capture Studio. When you do you’ll find numerous features that will let you cut and join video segments, improve the video quality, insert captions, add audio tracks, apply special effects, and much more.
All in all between the fully adjustable recording parameters as well as the editing features in Movavi Screen Capture Studio, you should be able to record videos in any shape and form. Whether you choose to use that to save online videos, Skype calls or even create your own content is up to you – but suffice to say it will open up quite a few options worth pursuing.