Hey guys, Hope everybody is well. Today we will learn about a very important subject. That is how to record screen on Windows computer screen.
Nowadays we have to record the screen of our computer for various purposes. Apart from presentations, online classes, tutorials, YouTube content, many people get embarrassed when they go to record short videos at different times.
Today we will see how to record screen on Windows. So let’s learn today how we can record our Windows screen.
There are many types of video recording software available on the Internet. Some are free and some are paid. Today I will show you how to record screen on windows of your choice with free software.
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- OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)
- Icecream Screen Recorder
- Debut Video Capture Software
- QuickTime Player
- HyperCam 4
How to record screen on Windows computer?
Camtasia Studio is a popular software for recording videos on Windows computers. But since it is paid software, today we will see how to record video in Windows with Debut Video Capture software. Let’s get started.
After installing and launch The interface of the software will look like below. From here you have to start the video recording by clicking on the button marked in red.
When you click on the Record button a popup window will appear. From there click on the Start recording button, your recording will be started. if ask for an Application type click on the yes button if you need a higher frame rate. otherwise, click on the no button.
Press the red border button in the middle to pause the record. If you want to finish the recording, you have to press the green border button.
If you click on the “Recordings” tab to see the finished recordings, all the previous recordings can be seen, and by clicking on “Save As” they can be saved in the desired place.
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- Very simple interface.
- Good quality videos are available.
- The video size is large.
- Video format options are low.
You can also record screen on Windows with HyperCam 4 and Camtasia Studio. Since these are paid software, I didn’t show them like today. I hope the other software will be discussed one day. Until then, everyone will be fine. Thanks for patiently reading the whole thing.