One of the easiest ways to learn about practically any tech-related topic you can imagine is by watching some of the many videos available on YouTube as well as other websites and platforms. Ranging from guides and tutorials to tips and tricks, these videos can help you to find out more about a certain topic – including things like SEO, blogging, social media, and so on.
Of course seeing as these videos tend to be in the form of online video streams you will need to watch them on the website or platform itself – and will require an active internet connection to do so. At times that may not be possible, which is why it is helpful to know how to capture any videos you’re interested in directly from your screen using Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac.
The good news is that it is easy to set up the software to record screen on Mac, and these steps should outline what you need to do:
- Adjust the capture frame to encompass the video that you want to record.
- Check that the ‘speaker’ icon has a green check so that it records the audio along with the video.
- Click ‘REC’ to start recording and begin to play the video at the same time.
- Click ‘Stop’ when the video is complete, and then click ‘Save’ to save it.
Regardless of whether you want to grab a video from a website, online streaming platform, webinar, or some other source – these steps are all that you need to do so. Once you have recorded the video that you need, you can then turn to the other features in Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac and use them to edit your video by enhancing its quality, inserting animated transitions, adding background music, splitting the video into parts, merging clips together, and so on.
As you can probably imagine, the additional features in Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac will let you pursue a lot of different options in terms of how you save the videos that you record. In fact you could even use them to extract the specific tech tips that you deem to be important from your videos, and save them as short individual clips so that they are easy to refer to as and when you require.