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Movavi Screen Recorder Review

August 26th, 2018 | by Carol Gilmore
Movavi Screen Recorder Review

Have you ever tried to record video footage from your computer screen but found that the software was complicated and difficult to use? While screen recording itself is a useful way to create video content or save content from your screen, many screen recorders have too many hurdles that need to be overcome.

That won’t be the case with Movavi Screen Recorder seeing as it is designed to make recording video footage from your screen as easy and straightforward as possible. In fact because of its intuitive approach all it will take is a few clicks for you to start recording the video footage that you need.

In part the reason Movavi Screen Recorder is so easy to use is because of its simple and clean user interface. On the interface you’ll find icons that let you easily set up the recording based on your requirements and subsequently get it underway.

Additionally Movavi Screen Recorder has taken steps to make sure that other aspects of its features are intuitive as well. For example if you want to select a part of your screen to record all you need to do is click and drag the mouse cursor to draw a frame over it.

In fact if you want to start recording right now all you need to do is launch Movavi Screen Recorder, select the area that you want to record, then hit the ‘REC’ icon on the interface to begin. For more detailed instructions and an example of how to use it, head over to

Key Features

Aside from its user-friendly design, Movavi Screen Recorder has several other key features that set it apart from most other screen recorders in its class. With its features you will be able to:

  • Define the capture area by drawing a frame on-screen, selecting a program window, or using one of the presets that is listed.
  • Adjust the frame rate based on your requirements to up to 60 frames per second for fluid video playback.
  • Select the audio sources that you want to record including audio from external devices such as a microphone.
  • Adjust the volume levels for each audio source individually.
  • Automate the recording using a timer or by scheduling it to start and stop at a predetermined time.
  • Capture keyboard and mouse actions by displaying keystrokes on-screen, highlighting the mouse cursor, or customizing the ‘click’ sound.
  • Trim out any unwanted footage after the recording is complete.
  • Create animated GIFs from the video footage that was recorded.

As you can see the features in Movavi Screen Recorder should take care of any needs you may have in terms of the video footage that you want to record. It is versatile enough that you can easily use it to save online videos, capture video calls, or even create your own content. On your part all you need to do is try it out once, and you should be able to familiarize yourself with how it works in a matter of minutes.

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