Recording Web Development Webinars with the Movavi Screen Capture Studio

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In the web development world, things are always changing. On the design front, trends come and go almost overnight, while at the backend the platforms, standards and capabilities are constantly being updated. If you want to stay on top of the latest progress while keeping an eye on everything on the horizon, one of the best way to do so is by following web development webinars where you can listen to experts and what they have to say.

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Of course the one problem with following web development webinars is that you need to be free and available with a stable internet connection in order to stream them when they’re aired. In most cases this might be fine, but from time to time you’re undoubtedly going to miss out because you weren’t able to catch the live stream. Rather than letting that happen, you could simply record the webinar and watch it later – with the help of the Movavi Screen Capture Studio.

Using the Movavi Screen Capture Studio to record web development webinars is as easy as it gets. Essentially you’ll be using it as a video grabber to capture the webinar directly from your screen with a few simple steps:

  1. Enter the screen capture mode by clicking ‘Capture Screen’.

  2. Resize and position the capture frame to encompass the web development webinar you want to record.

  3. Check that there’s a green tick over the ‘System Audio’ box and if not click it once so that there is.

  4. Start the recording by pressing ‘REC’ as the webinar begins.

  5. Stop the recording when you’re done, and save it in a format of your choosing or by using the presets available to automatically optimize it for a certain device or platform.

Assuming you’d like to edit and improve the webinar that you record, the Movavi Screen Capture Studio will provide ample options to do so in whatever way you see fit. Its features are extremely comprehensive and will let you cut and combine video segments, enhance the video quality, insert customizable text, apply special effects and filters, and even add background music or voiceovers.

With these features you could easily trim out any unwanted segments from the video, improve its general quality, or even extract the important parts of several webinars and merge them into a quick reference video for your own use. The possibilities are close to endless – and the more you explore the capabilities of the Movavi Screen Capture Studio, the more you’ll start to realize that it really does provide you with an amazing amount of flexibility to exert full control over the videos that you record.

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