Introduction · How to record


1. 'Screen Recording' mode | Rectangle on a screen

This mode allows you to record a partial area in the rectangle window.» See more




2. 'Screen Recording' mode | Fullscreen

This mode allows you to record the whole screen of your display. » See more




3. 'Screen Recording' mode | Around mouse

This mode allows you to record around the mouse cursor being moved by the user. » See more




4. 'Game Recording' mode

This mode allows you to record gameplay without lag while showing FPS. » See more




5. 'Device Recording' mode

This mode allows you to record external video devices such as a Webcam, XBOX, Smartphone, IPTV, etc. » See more




What's the difference?

'Screen Recording' mode 'Game Recording' mode 'Device Recording' mode
Summary This mode allows you to record everything on your computer screen. This mode allows you to record your gameplay without lag while showing FPS. This mode allows you to record external video devices.
Recording target Computer Screen, PowerPoint, Excel, Web browser (IE/Chrome/Firefox), Flash games. Various 2D/3D games, iTunes, Windows Media Player, Webcam, HDTV, other 3D applications. A Webcam, XBOX/PlayStation, Smartphone, IPTV, Capture card, etc.
Quality Normal Excellent Excellent
Ease of use Very easy Difficult Difficult
Pros This mode allows you to record your full screen or a certain area of the computer screen. This mode offers a better quality recording than 'Screen Recording' mode. This mode allows you to record a webcam, XBOX/PlayStation, IPTV in high quality.
Cons It is not suitable for recording high-quality games/videos which have high framerates. It doesn't allow you to record your computer screen, PowerPoint, etc. You need a webcam or capture device (hardware).
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