Movavi Screen Capture Review
Recording video footage directly from your screen will definitely enable you to do a lot of things – such as tape your Skype conversations, capture streaming online videos or webinars, or even come up with your very own ‘how to’ video guides. However to get the footage that you need and ensure it is exactly the way that you want it there are a number of areas that need to be taken care of.
With the Movavi Screen Capture you’ll be able to not only record video footage directly from your screen but also have full control over your recording so that you can be certain it turns out exactly the way that you intend. The best part is that you don’t even need any experience or technical knowledge to adjust the capture settings as the software is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly.
Some of the options that will undoubtedly come in handy include:
- Setting the capture region by dragging the frame edges the same way you’d resize a normal window. If you want to capture a specific area you can set it to do so, or otherwise you can capture the entire screen.
- Choosing the audio source to select what audio is recorded along with your video. It could be audio from your speaker or headset, or even a microphone or MIDI device.
- Selecting the frame rate to determine whether you want a higher frame rate for smooth playback or a lower frame rate to conserve space.
- Capturing mouse and keyboard actions by highlighting the mouse cursor to make it clearly visible or displaying key presses onscreen during the video recording.
On top of all these features, even saving and optimizing the video is a piece of cake with the Movavi Screen Capture and rather than having to set the technical parameters yourself, you can simply select a preset for the device or platform you’re using.
In a nutshell, the Movavi Screen Capture is a video recording software that is powerful and comprehensive and yet easy to use. Assuming you want to be able to record video footage from your screen it will give you all the tools you need to manage each and every aspect – or not. Exactly how you put the features and tools to use is entirely up to you, and you should definitely check it out to get an idea of what you can accomplish with it.