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How to Record your Windows Screen with this Free App

Recording the windows screen is something we often do especially when trying to show a demonstration of a work, or even when making a tutorial of an application. Apps used in making this recordings are usually costly to get, while some are not even as good as we really wanted.

Recording the windows screen is something we often do especially when trying to show a demonstration of work, or even when making a tutorial of an application. Apps used in making these recordings are usually costly to get, while some are not even as good as we really wanted.

Today I will be showing you how to record your computer screen using GOM Studio’s Soft Cam. You can get a copy of the application from their official website here.

Time needed: 1 minute.

To record your windows screen, follow the steps below

  1. Start GOM Studio

    After the installation of GOM Studio, launch the app.GOM Studio



  2. Select Softcam

    On the right of the GOM Studio startup display, select Softcam and proceed to the next step.
    GOM Studio screen



  3. Select Capture Region

    Now you need to select the part of the screen you want to record.
    Note: Everything that falls under this region of the screen will be captured, including mouse activities like movements and clicks.
    Softcam


  4. Record Now

    Position the capture region to your desired area of the screen and hit the record button.
    Softcam


  5. Locate the Video Folder

    Once recording is done, you will need to location the folder in which the video is saved in your computer.
    Softcam

    GOM Studio saves recorded videos in C:\Users\Public\Documents\GOMStudio\Softcam except when changed.

    NOTE: Videos are usually recorded in MP4 format.


  6. Final Step

    At this point you can choose to do whatever you want with the recorder video. You can choose to edit further if needed or post as is.


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