Make Tech Easier: How to Screen Record on Your Chromebook

Make Tech Easier: How to Screen Record on Your Chromebook. “Whether it’s for school or work, recording your Chromebook screen can have many different use cases. Thankfully, Chromebooks make it incredibly easy with a built-in tool that ensures that you don’t need any extra software. Released with ChromeOS 89 in March 2021, the revamped screen capture menu added the native screen recorder on top of the ability to screenshot your display. Let’s take a look at how to start and stop a screen recording on a Chromebook.”

Make Tech Easier: How to Screen Record on iPhone

Make Tech Easier: How to Screen Record on iPhone. “In the past, recording your iPhone’s screen was a nearly impossible task. For a very long time, there wasn’t a built-in option to support screen recording on iOS, while Apple refused to allow such third-party apps to appear in the iOS App Store. However, that all changed a couple of years back in iOS 11, so you probably already have access to this feature. Let’s see how you can screen record on your iPhone.”

BetaNews: iFun Screen Recorder 1.0 gives Windows users a fully-featured screencast tool with no strings attached

BetaNews: iFun Screen Recorder 1.0 gives Windows users a fully-featured screencast tool with no strings attached. “There are plenty of screencast tools out there, but while many offer cut-down free versions, they’re often more crippleware than freeware. Eyeing a spot in this market is IObit, which claims — with some justification — to provide a genuinely usable free screen-recording tool with its latest new release: iFun Screen Recorder 1.0.”

MakeUseOf: How to Record Your Windows Screen (No App Installations Required)

MakeUseOf: How to Record Your Windows Screen (No App Installations Required). “Wondering how to record your screen on Windows 10? Maybe you want to document a technical problem or create an instructional video to send to a friend. Whatever your reasons for needing a screen recorder, you might be on a computer where you’re not allowed to install software (or just don’t want to). To that end, we’re going to show you several ways to record your screen with native Windows tools.”

BetaNews: Captura 8 is a free app which will record your screen and so much more

BetaNews: Captura 8 is a free app which will record your screen and so much more. “What Captura does phenomenally well is enable you to capture screen action and export as a video. You can choose whether to video your entire desktop, an area of your screen or even a specific application window. You can then choose to capture mouse movements, key strokes, whether you want audio added (and the source), then the type of video you want to record (FFmeg, GIF, SharpAVI etc).”

BetaNews: Windows 10 has a built-in free screen recorder that you might not know about

BetaNews: Windows 10 has a built-in free screen recorder that you might not know about. “You’ve very probably been using Windows 10 for a long time now, but that doesn’t mean that you’ve discovered everything it has to offer. The operating system is packed with features, but there are some that are hidden away to the extent that they could be considered secrets. One such gem is the screen recording tool.”

Record Your Google Chrome Window With Openvid

TechRepublic: How to record your browser window in Google Chrome using Openvid. “Much of the appeal of Openvid is what it doesn’t do. Most notably, Openvid records the site, not the entire screen. With a full-screen recording tool, you need to hide things before you record to eliminate unnecessary viewer distractions. I typically hide my bookmark bar, system toolbar, extra browser tabs, and extra Chrome extensions. But, none of those show when you record with Openvid. The extension records only the contents of the browser window, not items elsewhere on your screen.”

Screen Recorders For Windows

From MakeUseOf: 3 Free Screen Recorders to Capture Your Windows Desktop. “If you’ve never used a screen recorder before, your life is about to get a whole lot easier. Screen recordings are more than just straight videos of what’s happening on your screen, though those can be useful in multiple ways.”