Top 5 Best Screen Recording Software For Your Windows

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Best Screen Recording Software For Your Windows

Free software for recording your games or desktop, with no watermarks or size limits.
Screen Recorders are helpful tools that may capture a video-audio record of the whole computer screen or a part of it. These tools do provide live-capture enhancements, post-capture video editing options and more.But finding a good program to record your screen can be difficult, since most don’t really do a good job at it.

On the other hand, it can be so complicated as the installation of a software or functioning of Photoshop.  here is our list of top apps for screen recording in Windows. Thanks to the developers, most of these are free.

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1: CamStudio

CamStudio is a lightweight, open-source screen recording software creates videos in AVI format that can later be converted to SWF. CamStudio’s website claims its software is so easy to use, you can learn it in a matter of minutes, thanks to their built-in help files. You can enable or disable your mouse cursor, record sounds from software or a microphone. it’s engineered itself quite an name for simply operating as publicised and not adding difficult options that build the expertise of using it confusing.

Pros

  • records picture-in-picture web cam simultaneously with screen recording
  • built-in help file
  • 100% free to use
  • custom cursor
  • available quality options for output video

Cons

  • the website admits to there being a bug and offers a “workaround” until the next version
  • users complain about having to decline “offers” they receive after installing software
  • audio falls out of sync
  • SWF files may slow down your computer

2: Ezvid

EZVID is a software tool that does not have so many features. It comes with a basic video editor – but the most notable feature is its ability to upload the videos you make straight to YouTube; this feature makes it a breeze to create and upload videos of what you are seeing on your screen.

Pros

  • has facecam and voice synthesis
  • includes a video editor
  • speed control over output videos
  • sleek and modern interface
  • the site claims you can create a professional-looking video in minutes (rather than hours)

Cons

  • needs 10GB free hard drive space, which might be a lot for older machines
  • online forums complain it’s laggy and glitchy
  • minor bugs and inconsistencies
  • fullscreen game is not available

3: TinyTake

TinyTake‘s free screen recorder is meant to grab webcam and desktop footage – not in-game action. beginning a recording is easy– simply click the button, then choose an areas of the screen and tap [Ctrl]+[R].

Pros

  • can add graphics from your local drive for annotating files
  • built-in viewer is optimized for mobile devices
  • can use for free but with limited features
  • bulk file sharing
  • public URL available for sharing

Cons

  • free version is extremely limited
  • no free version for commercial use
  • video recording is limited to 2 hours
  • video files are saved as MP4 only

4: Screencast-O-Matic

Screencast-O-Matic Icecream Screen Recorder is a simple, easy and useful tool. It allows the user to record specific areas of the screen, moreover as permits the recording of video games. The user can take screenshots and use the drawing tool that comes with the program to add personal touches to each screenshots and recordings.

Pros

  • make recordings up to 15 minutes in length with the free version
  • limited options for publication with free version
  • recording from both screen and webcam
  • the paid version is inexpensive
  • publishes to Vimeo Pro, Google Drive, and Dropbox
  • offers computer speech for narrative purposes

Cons

  • watermark is visible on videos made with free version
  • recording computer audio requires Windows Vista or later
  • 15-minute limit on uploads to Screencast-O-Matic.com
  • requires Java

5: Camtasia

CamStudio is a lightweight, open-source screen recording software creates videos in AVI format that can later be converted to SWF. CamStudio’s claims its software is too easy to use by user, you can learn it in a matter of minutes, thanks to their built-in help files. You can enable or disable your mouse cursor, record sounds from software or a mike. you’ll even choose your screen picture element to be recorded or a selected program window so the remainder won’t be recorded in your desktop.

Pros

  • records on multiple video and audio tracks
  • has green screen effect to make it seem as if you are a part of the action
  • easy to incorporate animated items, like callouts and scrolling text
  • Google drive integration
  • incorporates webcam
  • frame-by-frame editing
  • free app available to record videos on mobile devices and transfer to Camtasia for editing

Cons

  • requires periodic paid upgrades
  • busy multi-track interface
  • limited 30-day free trial
  • users are prohibited from creating videos for commercial purposes when using the free version

Conclusion

Whichever software you select, video software may be a should if you’re a teacher/educator, game player, or blogger. Writing a review or developing a listing of directions will only take you thus far. Adding professional-looking video to your web log post, tutorial, or review is certain to extend your viewers’ engagement.


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