Capturing Streaming Tech Videos on Mac with Movavi Screen Capture for Mac

As you probably know there are a lot of really great tech videos out there and they cover practically any sort of tech developments, news, tips, and guides that you may be interested in. Most of these videos can generally be found in the form of streaming videos, either on YouTube or other video sharing platforms, or directly from websites.

Of course because streaming videos require an active internet connection, you won’t be able to watch them if you’re offline. In fact, most streaming videos don’t come with any sort of option for you to save them so that you can watch them later – but with Movavi Screen Capture for Mac you can work your way around that.

As a screen recorder, Movavi Screen Capture for Mac will let you record video footage directly from your screen. In this case that means that if you want to use it to capture streaming tech videos then you just need to set it up to record the area of your screen where the video is playing.

That is actually not that difficult, and all you need to do is:

  1. Launch Movavi Screen Capture for Mac and select ‘Record screen’.
  2. Draw a frame over the area where the tech video is on your screen using the mouse cursor.
  3. Check that the ‘System Audio’ icon is highlighted in green so that audio is recorded directly from your speakers – and click on it once if not.
  4. Click ‘REC’ to start recording after a 5 second delay and play the video during that duration.
  5. Click ‘Stop’ when the video is done.
  6. If you want to can trim out unwanted parts of the video that was recorded by positioning the marker and using the ‘scissors’ icon to split the video, then selecting the segment that you want to remove and clicking on the ‘trash can’ icon.
  7. Click ‘Save as’ and choose a format or use one of the presets to automatically optimize your video for a particular device or platform.

For more detailed instructions of the entire process, just click here.

Make no mistake, Movavi Screen Capture for Mac will give you a range of other features that may be worth looking into as well. It will enable you to adjust the frame rate, capture keyboard and mouse actions, schedule the recording to start and stop at a particular time, or manage it using convenient hotkeys.

All in all you should have everything you need to easily capture streaming tech videos of any kind and from any platform or website. In fact, why not try using Movavi Screen Capture for Mac to do that right now?

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