Movavi Screen Recorder
The perfect way to record anything from your screen
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Step 1. Select the recording option
Click Screen recording to start the preparation.
Step 2. Select the area you want to capture
You can adjust the recording frame to capture specific areas of the screen. For example, you may want the webinar's main content to scroll by without including any side commentary. Likewise, if you have the webinar taking up only a small portion of your screen while working on other tasks, you may only want the screen recording to capture a specific area.
Step 3. Check your audio
Since you're recording a webinar, you probably want to capture just the output from the speakers. During the webinar, you do not wish your recording to capture external noise coming over your microphone. Check your System Audio icon and make sure that it's highlighted in green. This way, it will pick up audio input from the webinar. Then, make sure the Microphone icon is not highlighted in green, indicating that the screen recorder is not capturing any input from what's going on in your room.
Step 4. Click the "REC" button when you're ready to start recording
Keep in mind that you do not want to swap to a different window or tab while the screen recorder is running. Your screen recorder will capture what goes on across your screen, not necessarily just the webinar. If you obscure the recording window with another app or program, the screen recorder will record what's actually on the screen.
Step 5. Hit "Stop" when you're done
Once the webinar comes to a close, you can stop it. You also have the ability to pause recording during the webinar.
Step 6. Do any needed video editing
You don't have to edit your webinar at all. If, however, you want to make specific changes, including cutting unneeded sections from the video, you can use the editing feature to make the most of your video. Save your video to your desired location.
Step 1. Download Movavi Screen Recorder
You can download the Movavi webinar screen recorder for Mac. Follow all instructions according to the prompts offered by the download manager to ensure that your software is fully downloaded and ready to go.
Step 2. Use the Shift-CMD-5 shortcut on your keyboard to access screen recording controls
These controls will allow you to select valuable options: whether to record the entire screen, what portion of the screen you want to record if you need to cut it for some reason and if you wish to capture a still image of the screen instead of a recording.
Select the portion of the screen that you want to record. If you're going to record the entire screen, you can start recording by clicking anywhere on the screen.
Step 3. Select the capturing parameters
Choose whether you want to record your external mic, which will take input from what's happening in the room, or if you wish to capture audio from the webinar. Unless you're providing commentary throughout the webinar, you'll probably want to capture internal audio throughout the webinar.
Step 4. Start recording
Once you've chosen the area where you want to record, you can quickly start recording the webinar segment you've chosen. Click the button and record until you reach the end of the webinar. You can quickly start and stop recording as needed.
Step 5. End the recording when you're done
Press the Stop button when you're done with your webinar.
Step 6. Do any necessary editing
For example, you may want to cut out segments of dead air to make it easier to streamline viewing of your webinar when you go back to watch it a second time. Likewise, you may choose to erase portions of the webinar that you won't need later. You do not need to edit the file before you can save it; instead, you can come back and finish it at any point, as required.
Save your file when you're done with any editing that you wanted to do.
Step 1. Open the web page
Step 2. Select the capturing parameters
After you open the web page, you will come across a list of parameters to decide which one to opt for. To record screen activity only with no sound, you will have to disable Webcam, Sound, and Microphone. If you need to record voice, you can enable the Microphone option. Also, if you need to record live audio, enable the Sound option.
Step 3. Start recording
Click on Start Recording to start the recording process. The recorder will keep capturing everything that happens on the screen. If you want, you can also switch freely between the tabs. Keep in mind that the records function in full-screen mode. In simple terms, it will capture the whole screen.
Step 4. Save the recording
Stop your recording and save the recorded file on your PC.
Step 1. Install the desktop app and open the recorder
You'll need to create an account to get started using Loom; however, it offers simple, intuitive account creation that will allow you to get started quickly.
Step 2. Choose what you want to capture
Do you want to record what's happening on your screen? Or do you need to save all the information? Select the settings that fit your recording needs.
Step 3. Start the recording
Make sure you don't forget to start your recording, lest you miss that valuable footage from your webinar. You can pause or restart easily from the control menu as needed.
Step 4. Stop the recording once you're done
Once you have finished the recording, you can stop the recording. It will automatically get uploaded to Loom.
Step 5. Share the recording directly from the platform
Loom's recording software makes it easy to share recordings later if needed.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, it's possible to record your own webinar for watching it later. You can use several pieces of software to accomplish that goal, including:
Movavi Screen Recorder
Built-in iOS and Android tools
Which platform you use will depend on your specific recording needs, including what device you're working from.
Using Movavi Screen Recorder, you can easily record your own webinar content as a participant. Click the Camera icon, set the recording frame, enable the system sound recording, and click REC to get started!
You can use desktop programs, online recorders, or a Google Chrome extension to record a webcast on your laptop. A desktop program runs directly from your computer, making it easy for you to store and revisit those platforms later. While an online recorder can prove clunkier and cause more problems with system resources, it can also prevent you from having to download a program to your computer. It's also available immediately, which can be an ideal choice if you need to make a last-minute webinar recording. Finally, a Google Chrome extension can be the perfect webinar recording tool for Chromebook users or others who want a recording experience tailored to their preferred browser. From how to record a webinar on Windows 10 to how to record a webinar on a Mac, these platforms will quickly walk you through the steps to recording, storing, and later replaying your webinar.