Do you like to follow certain websites that have great videos about technology? Perhaps you like watching some of the many unboxing videos, tutorials, or demonstrations that are published to find out tips and tricks about certain devices?
Needless to say there is a lot of really great tech videos out there on various websites, but because they are streamed you will need to be online to watch them. That may be a problem at times when you don’t have internet, and the good news is that there is a way around it: Use Movavi Screen Capture for Mac to record and save tech videos that you may want to watch later.
If you want to set up Movavi Screen Capture for Mac to video capture on Mac from websites you can actually get started right now. All that you need to do is:
- Launch Movavi Screen Capture for Mac and select ‘Record Screen’.
- Use your mouse to draw a frame over the website video that you want to record.
- Click on the ‘speaker’ icon under ‘System Audio’ to highlight it so that the audio from the website video is captured.
- Click on the ‘REC’ button to start recording and play the website video at the same time.
- Click ‘Stop’ to stop recording then ‘Save as’ to save the video.
Before you opt to save your video you can actually trim out any unwanted content directly in Movavi Screen Capture for Mac. All you need to do is position the marker and use the ‘scissors’ icon to split your video and isolate the part that you want to remove, then select it and click on the ‘trash can’ icon to delete it.
Whenever you have a few minutes to spare you may also want to explore the other capabilities in Movavi Screen Capture for Mac. When you do you’ll be able to adjust the frame rate, capture keyboard and mouse actions, schedule the recording, set a timer, and use the in-built presets to automatically optimize your video for various devices and platforms.
Suffice to say you should have more than you need to record tech videos from websites using exactly the parameters that you need. If you start now, you won’t ever be caught out and unable to watch your favorite tech videos simply because you couldn’t connect to the internet.Tweet