Nếu bạn không muốn ghi, hãy nhấp vào biểu tượng’Mic’để không đưa cả hai vào ghi màn hình.
Để bắt đầu quay màn hình , sau khi tất cả các tùy chọn đã được thiết lập, hãy nhấp vào nút”GHI”lớn màu đỏ.
Once started, you can pause the screen recording by clicking on the ‘Pause icon’ button from the recording toolbar. To end the recording, click on the ‘Stop’ icon. Alternatively, you can also press
Ctrl+End on the keyboard to end the recording.
You can slo discard the recording by clicking on the ‘X’ icon present on the toolbar.
ActivePresenter offers one of the most comprehensive video editors out of all available options. The editor covers a very wide spectrum and can cater to a very wide audience requiring very different needs.
ActivePresenter video editor offers you complete control over each audio and video component’s individual timeline, just like a typical video editor. Some of the basic operations available, but definitely not limited to are:
Preview Recording: Play all the audio and video components together.
Stop: Stop playing all the audio and video components together.
Narration: Record a narration for the screen recording.
Split: Split selected audio or video objects in their timeline.
Captions: Insert captions in the screen recording.
You can also create and add slides to your screen recordings using the ribbon menu present on the top section of the screen. Since it is almost identical to Microsoft PowerPoint, the majority of the users should not have any major issues navigating their way.
Once you are done editing your screen recording, click on the ‘Export’ option from the toolbar present on the top section of the screen.
Then, click on the ‘Video’ option from the ribbon menu.
Now, under the ‘General’ tab, check or uncheck fields appropriate for your video from ‘Rendering Options’.
After that, there are plenty of options to control each and every aspect of your recording’s visual aspect. This one does require some explaining for the sake of better output.
Video Size(%): As the field depicts, the value is in percentage. This field will scale your screen recording to the entered value percentage relative to your recording’s original size.
Frame Rate: Frame Rate is the playback speed of your video, while we are used to watching playback speed at 30 FPS, the higher the number the more fluid and natural the video feels. However, do remember to play a higher frame rate video, the screen playing the video should also support a higher refresh rate.
Quality: The value here depicts the quality of your rendered video. The higher the number the better the quality, however as the quality increases, size also increases. (The value ranges between 1-100, higher being better.)
Width/Height: These fields will typically alter themselves as you change the ‘Video Size (%)’ field. However, you can also manually alter the height or width yourself by changing the values in the field. That being said, please remember manually changing the values may disturb the aspect ratio of the screen recording and hamper the viewing experience.
Next section pertains to audio behavior of the recording. You can select the ‘Channels’, ‘Bit Rate’, and ‘Sample Rate’ by using their respective drop-downs. If you do not know to configure these options, or your recording is not audio intensive, feel free to leave this options at their default values.
After that, from the ‘Output’ section, you can choose your preferred output format for the recording by clicking on the drop down menu.
Finally, click on the ‘Browse’ option from the right most section of the pane to choose your destination on the local drive to save the screen recording. Then, click ‘OK’ button to save the video.
It might take few minutes to export the file depending on the size of your screen recording.
Once exported, ActivePresenter might give you an alert, read it and click on ‘Yes’ to view your exported file(s).
ActivePresenter is definitely not for the average joey to create a quick screen recording. ActivePresenter has the potential to churn out professional-level screen recordings or how-to presentations and is best suited for content creation enthusiasts or professionals.
The Ezvid is one of the most easy-to-use screen recording freeware, and probably one of the lightest too. That being said, Ezvid does pack a punch when it comes to performance and is pretty fast compared to its competition.
Along with basic functionalities like a recording from an in-built webcam, adding a self-narration in the video, or adding background music in the recording, Ezvid also offers a ‘Speech Synthesis’ option which is capable of making a computer narration for your recording using a text slide.
To start using Ezvid, first, go to their official website
ezvid.com/download and click on the ‘Download’ button (as seen in the screenshot below).
Once downloaded, Install the Ezvid software on your Windows machine. You can find the setup file in your browser’s download directory set by you. The default directory is your ‘Downloads’ folder.
After installation, run the Ezvid software by either double-clicking the shortcut present on the desktop or from the Start Menu of Windows.
Now to start recording your screen using Ezvid, click on the ‘Capture’ button from the main screen of Ezvid.
Then, if you want to record the screen using the default settings (which is full-screen recording without any audio input), click on the ‘start capture now’ button.
If you want to tailor your screen recording according to your experience, click on the ‘use advanced settings’ button from the overlay pane.
Then, you can click on the icon of each individual option to toggle it on or off. Turned on options will be highlighted in yellow.
Once you have all the options set to your preference, click on the ‘start advanced capture now’ to start recording your screen.
If you have turned on the ‘Select Capture Area Enabled’ option, you will need to draw the area for your screen capture. Click-hold your right button on the mouse, and then drag it across the screen to adjust the size.
After that, a countdown of 3 seconds will be visible before the screen recording commences. If you wish to cancel the recording or want to go back to change some preferences, you can do that by pressing
Esc on your keyboard.
Once the screen record has started, you will be able to see the Ezvid toolbar on the bottom left corner of your screen. You can either, pause, stop, or draw a shape on the screen using the toolbar.
To draw on the screen, click the ‘DRAW’ option from the toolbar.
Then either select a shape to insert from the provided options, or click on the ‘Paint On Screen’ option present on the top of the ‘TOOLS’ overlay menu.
To stop recording, click on the ‘STOP’ button from the toolbar present on the bottom left corner of the screen.
After that, Ezvid will open your screen recording in the preview space you already saw on the main screen before starting the recording.
Now, enter an appropriate title and description for the video from their respective text areas.
Next, choose a video category by clicking on the drop-down menu situated under the description box on the screen.
Then, you can also add pre-loaded background music to your recording as well from the drop-down menu under the ‘music’ field from the left section of the window.
After that, use the slider to control the background music volume in the screen recording.
You can also add a watermark of your choice by clicking on the ‘add watermark’ button, then locating the file on your local storage to import.
Now, to preview your recording, press the ‘Play’ icon present on the lower-left section of the Ezvid window.
You can also create a new project, load an existing project, undo your last action, redo an action, and zoom in/zoom out on the editor timeline from the options available.
Then, to add narration to your video, click on the ‘Mic’ icon present at the lower right section of the Ezvid window.
You can also add synthesized speech, text slides, or add existing videos and pictures from your local storage to your screen recording.
Note: Synthesized speech will only convert the text added using the ‘add text’ button from the toolbar.
Finally, to save the screen recording, click the ‘save video’ button from the bottom right corner of the windows
Once the video is rendered, you will be able to locate them in the following directory.
Well people, these were some of the great options available to record screens on Windows 11. You can choose anyone depending on the intricate features required by you.