Videos are important for training, marketing, sales and many other aspects of your business. In fact, they are the most engaging posts you can create on social media, which is why it’s encouraged that all businesses incorporate video into their marketing efforts. Although you can create videos on your phone, to make your business look and feel more professional, it’s best if you use quality hardware and software recording programs to make your videos look as if they were shot by professionals. So if you’re ready to step up your recording skills and produce quality videos, here are some of the best hardware/software options:
1. Apple Quick time Recorder
Apple MacBooks come with Quicktime pre-installed. If you are on mac and want to record either the full screen or just a small selection.
Go to the QuickTime Player app and select File > New Screen Recording. Select the audio source by clicking on the downward-pointing arrow and select the option to record or ignore mouse clicks. Click the red record button and follow the instructions to record either the full screen or just a small selection
If you want more professional-looking videos for your business, you can’t go wrong with Movavi Screen Capture. With this software application, you’ll be able to do a number of things as it relates to recording videos, such as editing your clips with special effects, sound, transitions, titles and more. And although it might all see as if you have to be a professional to use, the software is actually pretty easy to use. The software also allows you to do things like fix audio quality and the colors of your video so that everything is perfect.
2. Debut Video Capture
If you’re a beginner to this whole recording software world for videos, then Debut Video Capture will make it a breeze! You can easily capture video from a number of sources, including YouTube, Hulu or from your own footage via a webcam or DVD player. To record audio, you’d need a microphone or even your own speakers to get what’s streaming on your computer screen. The only downfall with this software is that you can’t edit in it, but you can download a free editing program and do it there.
3. TechSmith Snagit
- Open the web-page, word document or any other thing you want to snag. …
- Click the “Snagit” button at the top of the screen, in your menu bar. …
- Select whether you want an image or a video capture.
- Observe the screen highlighting. …
- Adjust the selection so the right portion of the screen is highlighted.
4. Open Broadcaster Software (OBS)
Open Broadcaster Software is a free and open-source streaming and recording program maintained by the OBS Project. The program has support for Windows 7 and later, OS X 10.10 and later, and Ubuntu 14.04 and later.
5. CircleHD Screen Recorder
CircleHD provides a screen recorder which can be used in various combinations of screen and camera on a desktop. No additional software required. This is available as a Chrome plugin.
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