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    How to Record Video on Mac

    You may want to record videos in your Mac computer for some movies, software instructions, online lectures, teleconference conversations, audio and video data in online chat, video game processes and etc. You probably want to use a software to video recorder on Mac.

    Most of the recording software may have one or two simple functions, which can cause many labor redundancies and human mistakes. For example, some software only allows you to capture the whole desktop and you need to attach it to other picture editor tools or when you record the video, you can't pause it or insert instruction words. Repetitive actions can lead to mistake very easily.

    Screen Capture Mac has multifunctional features. With this ideal tool, you can capture your favorite sites easily and edit them on this tool as you like. It's available for you to partially capture any part of desktop, videos, websites or other pictures on your computer window.

    The Screen Capture for Mac has considered those inconveniences. It contains options for you to choose audio record from inside the computer file or from microphone, to pause while in the record, to choose patio of the window, to make some edit on the video directly and etc. In order to make your demo or tutorial more animated and compelling, Screen Capture for Mac is obviously a very good choice for you.



    Record video on Mac in some clicks.

    Step 1: Download Screen Capture for Mac and let the installation Wizard guide you through the process of installation.

    Step 2: Launch Screen Capture for Mac and you will be presented with the Recording dialog below. Use default settings and choose the devices you wish to record audio, and press the record button.
    Step 3: When you finish your recording, press command-shift-2 to stop recording. Screen Capture for Mac creates a new document of newly captured video, as shown below.
    Step 4: Export and share the recorded video easily. Press Command-E or select “Export” from the File menu to export your presentation.

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    This needs to go in the tutorial section

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    Now that gay.

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    Just because u do not understand does not mean it is gay

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    Everything is built into the OS.

    Video Record:
    Launch QuickTime, File > New Screen Recording

    Screenshot (saves to desktop as PNG):
    - Entire Screen: Command + Shift + 3
    - Selected Area of Screen: Command + Shift + 4
    - Single Window: Command + Shift + 4 + Space

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    Connor knows his shit

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    you sir fail. Outside Links=6 Day Ban Or More. It's Built Into The OS.



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    I believe holding down Option while using those screen capture hotkeys copies the picture to the clipboard instead of saving it to the desktop.