Over the last few years, webinars have become increasingly popular. Essentially a ‘webinar’ is an online seminar, and while some are conducted by a single person many tend to have multiple speakers who are all experts in their field.
A big part of the appeal of webinars is the fact that they are an excellent source of information. Regardless of the niche that you’re interested in, odds are you’ll be able to find live webinars that deal with it and can benefit from the information that is provided. The only real ‘problem’ that you may encounter is the fact that because these webinars are live you need to be free at the time that they are broadcasted.
That can often be a bit inconvenient – especially when you take into account the time zone differences and other factors. As such, knowing how to record live webinars so that you can watch them later would certainly be helpful – and all you need for that is Movavi Screen Capture Studio.
If you want to learn how to record a webinar with Movavi Screen Capture Studio, just follow these steps:
- Launch Movavi Screen Capture Studio and select ‘Capture screen’ in the menu.
- Resize and position the capture frame to encompass the webinar that you want to record.
- Check that the audio source is set to ‘System Audio’.
- Start recording by clicking ‘REC’ as the webinar begins.
- Click ‘Stop’ when the webinar is done (or set the timer to automatically stop it after a certain duration).
- Click ‘Save’ to save the webinar.
Even if it is your first time using screen capture software, Movavi Screen Capture Studio should make it easy enough for you to record a webinar without facing any issues. In fact all of its other features are just as easy to utilize, and by exploring them you’ll find that you are able to tweak and edit any webinar that you record.
Some of the features in Movavi Screen Capture Studio will let you cut and combine video segments, improve the quality of your videos, apply special effects and filters, insert personalized text fields, and add audio tracks. More specifically you could use these features to trim out any parts of the webinar that you don’t find useful, or extract the bits that you do and save them as small clips.
That is really just one way in which Movavi Screen Capture Studio could be useful in helping you to not only capture but also edit webinar footage. As you experiment with its features, you’ll undoubtedly find more ways in which it can be an invaluable asset for your personal (or professional) use.