When you’re learning about a new topic, picking up a new skill or educating yourself in a certain subject – the educational videos available online will definitely be a huge help. With so many videos that cover a variety of areas, it is a safe bet that you should be able to gain access to all the resources you need.
In fact, the only downside to most of the educational videos on the internet is the fact that they consist of online streams. As such you’re going to be faced with the limitation of having to be online to watch them – unless of course you use Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac to record and save these videos so that you can watch them offline.
How to Record and Save the Video
Learning how to record video on Mac and save it with Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac is easy enough and all that you really need to do is resize the capture frame to encompass the area where the video is playing. Once you do you can quickly check to see that the audio source is set to system audio, and start the recording by clicking ‘REC’.
If you like you can look to the other options in the software to set the frame rate, manage the recording with hotkeys, set a timer to automatically stop the recording after a certain duration, or even configure it to capture keyboard and mouse actions. When the recording is done – just save it in a format of your choosing or by using one of the presets to automatically optimize it for a certain device or platform.
Edit and Improve the Video
Part of the beauty of Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac is that it also will allow you to edit and improve your video in various ways. For example you will be able to:
- Enhance the quality of your videos.
- Insert stylish animated transitions.
- Add customizable text fields to create captions.
- Include audio tracks as background music or voiceovers.
While that may just be a small part of what Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac is capable of, it should start to give you an idea of how you can use it to tweak and adjust the educational videos that you record. Frankly speaking, you should have all the tools you need to create educational videos of your own – assuming you choose to do so.