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DemoCreator Screen Capture
Open DemoCreator and select Capture, then you can set your recording parameters (size of recording region, audio settings, webcam, etc.).
In this window, you can customize your recording settings. For example, you can choose your recording region and your frame rate.
1. Screen Setup
In the Screen tab, you can:
- Choose whether to record your full screen, a customized region of your screen, or a specific target window
- Choose your frame rate (from 15 to 120 fps)
2. Audio Setup
You can choose whether or not to record audio from both your computer and microphone. Both will be recorded by default, but you can change that by selecting Don't Capture next to either.
3. Camera Setup
You can record from a webcam in addition to recording your screen. In the Camera tab, you can:
- Choose your camera
- Choose the resolution you want to record
- Choose a frame rate for your camera recording
4. Advanced Setup
In the Advanced tab you can:
- Choose where to save your files to
- Choose the encoder: AVC
To Record Screen
Click the Start Capturing button or press Shift+Cmd+2 on your keyboard to begin recording. If you want to stop the recording, press Shift+Cmd+2 again.
After clicking the Start Capturing button or pressing Shift+Cmd+2, DemoCreator will count down 3 seconds before it starts recording your screen.
To pause your recording, click the Pause Capturing button or press Opt+Cmd+2. You can resume recording by pressing Opt+Cmd+2 again.
The recording will be saved to the specified location and opened in Editor Interface.
To Change Recording Area
By default, DemoCreator will record your full screen. To customize your recording area, drag the border to adjust the size of the region and click+drag the red circle to reposition your recording region. You will be able to make precise adjustments to your region size using the magnifier. You can switch back to recording the full screen by pressing Shift+Cmd+F.
You can also change the size of your recording area through the Recorder window.