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Movavi Screen Capture Pro 5.5



When you want to record your screen on Windows 8, the first option you'll probably think of is software that you can download and run natively on your machine. When you download a desktop recorder, you can use it offline without opening your browser or navigating to a website. There are several good programs available for download on Windows 8 computers, depending on your preferences. Whether you want to record video only, video with audio, or even have access to basic editing features, there's an option for you. Let's now take a look at the most popular screen-recording software for Windows 8.




Movavi Screen Capture Pro 5.5



Capable of more than just basic screen recording, Movavi Screen Recorder is one of the best programs available for Windows 8. With this software, you can easily record your computer screen on your desktop computer or on a laptop. After recording a clip, you'll be able to save it in Full HD or stunning 4K resolution. The software was designed to be both easy-to-use and powerful. Setting up recording parameters, recording both video and audio, editing videos, and saving the results are all a breeze thanks to the intuitive interface of the Movavi screen-recording tool.


Although an excellent option for basic needs, the free version of Movavi Screen Recorder has some limitations. However, when you upgrade to the paid version, you get features that go above and beyond a basic screen recording. You'll be able to create screencasts, capture a webcam, pull from multiple streams at the same time, schedule recordings to start and stop at a particular time, share videos quickly, or even take simple screenshots.


Open Broadcaster Software Studio, or OBS, is another popular screen recorder for Windows 8. YouTubers and Twitch streamers often use the software because of its focus on production quality. Besides high-performance real-time video and audio capture, OBS lets you add options such as text or graphic overlays, webcam footage, and other media, all while streaming live to your favorite video platform.


The power of the software comes from the ability to set up scenes, which are made up of a mixture of video and audio streams arranged on the screen with graphic elements. For example, a podcaster may have one scene with all the guests at once and a separate scene for each guest individually. During the stream or recording session, scenes can be easily switched between using custom transitions. Because it allows multiple sources, OBS also features a basic audio mixer to ensure that various audio sources play nicely together.


Perfect for users who are interested in a simple and reliable method to record their screens and share the results, Screencast-O-Matic is another solid option on the list. With this software, you'll be able to record your computer screen or use it for video capture of your webcam. It also allows you to record audio so that you can add voice-overs to your screen capture.


If you've watched many YouTube videos, you've likely seen the logo from the free version of Bandicam on some of them. It is a popular option for screen-recording on Windows 8 due to its longevity and dependability. The software is top-rated among users who record video game footage, partly because it markets itself to that audience. If you have a capture card, you can even record footage from your Xbox or Playstation video game console. Other supported external devices include USB cameras. Bandicam lets you record the entire screen or only a portion of it and capture both system audio and audio from a microphone.


In addition to just screen recording, the software lets you draw and outline your video or screenshot in real-time, add a webcam overlay to your screen capture, complete with Chroma Key support, and schedule recording for a specific time and date.


For a Windows 8 program that allows you to capture video from various sources, including your screen, webcam, or recording devices such as IP cameras, Debut Video Capture is an excellent option. It allows you to record either your entire screen or just a portion of it. You'll be able to adjust the colors, add simple effects or captions, and save the videos in several different file formats. The software can capture audio as well, from either your microphone or the computer's speakers. Debut Video Capture is easy-to-use and offers several excellent features, but it does have an interface that looks dated even on a Windows 8 computer.


Another excellent program for Windows 8.1 that offers both screen recording capabilities and simple editing features is Flashback Express. With the editing features and the fact that the software puts no limitations on how long your recordings can be, it's easy to create short videos but also easy to create longer videos such as tutorials and podcast episodes. The editing tools allow you to trim videos, add text captions, create graphics overlays and add audio such as music or narration recorded from your microphone. After you've finished recording, you can upload your video to YouTube or save it in one of many popular video formats.


Desktop software is great if you plan on recording a lot of videos, but what if your needs are much less frequent? Do you really need to download and install software just to capture your screen? If you're wondering how to screen record on Windows 8 with no download, the answer is to use online screen recorders. There are several options available that will let you record your screen on Windows 8 or any other Internet-enabled devices by merely visiting a website and performing a few simple steps. Depending on the features, though, some of these options may still require you to download and install a small helper application that will serve as a communication layer between your computer and the website.


With Screencapture.com, the limitations of web-based options are gone. When you record a video from this site, you'll be able to capture the audio from your computer's speakers as well as from its microphone. You also won't need to download any external helper applications to use Screencapture.com, simply click on the record button, and you are ready to go. Like the other options, you'll be able to add footage from your webcam to your recording session. The tools will record your videos securely and privately and allow you to download them in full HD resolution.


From the website, you'll also find a bonus Screenshot extension that you can add to Firefox or Chrome. With this extension, you'll be able to quickly grab a screenshot of an entire webpage without the need for scrolling.


Like all web-based options, ApowerSoft Free Online Screen Recorder makes for a quick and effective tool for recording your screen. Using the tool is as easy as pointing your favorite web browser to the site and clicking a single button to start the recording process. You can record for an unlimited amount of time and capture an unlimited amount of screencasts. When you are done, the site will give you the option to download the finished file to your computer's hard drive or upload it to popular video sites such as YouTube or the cloud storage service, RecCloud.


Despite being web-based, the tool has many of the same features you'd find in simple desktop screen recorders. You can record your entire screen, a hand-drawn portion of the screen, or select a particular window to record. You can even capture your webcam to overlay on top of the screen capture. ApowerSoft Free Online Screen Recorder allows you to record audio and video at the same time.


If you were put off by the need to download a launcher to use ApowerSoft Free Online Screen Recorder, you might want to give Screenapp.io a try instead. This web-based tool is completely free without limits and requires no additional downloads to work. With Screenapp.io, you'll be able to record your entire screen, choose a particular application window to capture or record a browser tab. After recording, you will be given the option to make very simple edits, such as trimming the unwanted sections from your captured file.


For audio, Screenapp.io allows you to record sound from the browser or the microphone. This means if you are recording an application window and want to capture the audio for it, you'll likely want to look for another tool instead. To avoid patent fees, the developers have also restricted the output formats only to support WebM files at the moment. This may be a problem if other software in your toolchain doesn't support that format.


Screencapture.com featured a browser extension that lets you capture screenshots from your browser, but there are also Chrome extensions that will let you record a video on Windows 8. These tools require downloading and installing the plugin, but doing so is much quicker and more convenient than downloading a desktop app. Since most people keep a web browser open at all times, it makes for a fast and convenient way to capture your Windows 8 screen. Currently, there are three primary options for turning your Chrome browser into a screen-capturing program.


Loom is as easy-to-use as nearly any browser extension. It is marketed mainly towards business users who will use it to create video messages for coworkers, presentations for management, or perhaps training videos for new hires. Despite the marketing, it makes for a useful tool regardless of your reason for recording a screen capture. With Loom, you'll have all the features you'd expect from a tool marketed to working professionals, such as the ability to add your webcam to the screen capture, audio capture through the microphone so that you can add voice-overs, and the ability to quickly share your recordings with others.


Capable of both taking screenshots and creating screencasts, Nimbus Capture has unique features that make it worth checking out. For screenshots, the software features optical character recognition (OCR) that will turn the image into editable text. Because it's designed for work, it also features collaboration via workspace and decent annotation and editing features. The software can upload to standard video services, including Nimbus Note, a cloud-based storage service designed to help you bring information from multiple places into a single cohesive place that you can use to build better documents. 350c69d7ab


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