Capturing Business Videos From a Computer Screen with Movavi Screen Capture Studio
Nowadays it is possible to find lots of online business videos in the form of website content, webinars, or even full-fledged TV programs. If you've watched some of these videos in the past then you probably know just how useful they can be as a resource of invaluable tips, advice, and inspiration. However just like any other online videos most of these business videos will undoubtedly be streamed, so you won't have an option to 'save' it so that you can watch it later.
Assuming you do want to 'save' any business videos so that you can watch them later at a more convenient time or transfer them to a different device, the best way to do so is with Movavi Screen Capture Studio. As a screen recorder it can record video footage directly from your screen, so in this case you just need to set it up to record the area where the business video is playing.
Due to its intuitive approach, that part is really easy. When you launch Movavi Screen Capture Studio you'll see a menu and can immediately select the 'Record screen' option. After that you will have to define the capture area - which you can accomplish by either drawing a frame using the mouse cursor or selecting a program window. If you would like to record the business video in Full HD, you can open up the list under 'Capture Area' and select your monitor name so that it records the full screen.
In any case the only other setting that you may want to check on is the audio source. On the panel in Movavi Screen Capture Studio you'll see icons for the 'System Audio' (i.e. a speaker) and 'Microphone', and you should make sure the former is highlighted. The slider beside it will let you adjust the volume level, if you feel you'd like to fine tune it.
Within Movavi Screen Capture Studio are several other options that will let you adjust the frame rate, capture keyboard and mouse actions, or set a timer or schedule the recording. None of these are essential in this case, and you can start recording at any time and play the business video simultaneously. The video recorder panel has the recording controls that you require, though you could use the built-in hotkeys if you find it more convenient.
When the recording is complete you could save it then and there or open the editor that comes with Movavi Screen Capture Studio. Assuming you opt for the latter you'll be able to tweak the footage that you recorded in numerous ways, including by cutting and joining segments, enhancing the video quality, applying special effects, adding background music, inserting text fields, and much more.
Suffice to say the tools in Movavi Screen Capture Studio will let you do far more than just record useful business videos to watch later. In fact if you have a minute or two free you should experiment with its features so that you can use them to extract important highlights, compile resource videos, or even create business videos of your own.