Screen Recorder Tutorial


How to Record Desktop Screen to Video


Do you want to record video tutorial, make software demo tutorial or any other task of what you have been doing on the computer of desktop screen? Besides Camera, PCHand Screen Recorder will do that for you. What’s more, the screen desktop of activity has any area of the desktop screen, mouse cursor's color, size and movement etc. Whatever you are doing on the desktop screen would be recorded to the video.


Step1: Download PCHand Screen Recorder and run it

Before we get started, let’s download PChand Screen Recorder first. And then install it according to the installation instructions. Finally double click the icon and launch it.

Step2:Select the region for recording

You can select "full screen or "selected region to set any area you want to record including setting precise orientation, selecting window, selecting region.

Step3:Video parameter setting

Click on the "Video tab to set "Video Settings. You could choose SWF, AVI, WMV, MP4, or MPG, FLV as output format, and also set the output quality and cursor settings.

Step4: Audio parameter setting

If you need to add sound from microphone or the others, click on the "Audio to set "Audio Setting. It will make you a more vivid video recording.

Step5: Save method

Click on "Output to set "Output Setting and then save it as "save manually or "auto save.


Step 6: Let’s Get Started to Record

After finishing all the settings, click the start button. Then a blue frame will appear which have recording time and the "pause button and the "stop button. If you have finished your recording, stop it, save the file and watch the play back. It's easy and convenient.


Tip 1 If you want to record desktop screen with sound and put on YouTube, please visit How to show your products on Youtube.


Tip 2: If you want to know how to set audio, please reference: How to Record Audio (Window Vista & 7)

How to Record Audio (Windows XP)



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