Whether you’re looking to pick up a particular skill or simply want some inspiration, the design videos that you can find on various websites can be a great resource. As you browse through them you may even find some that are particularly useful – and may wish to save them so that you can watch them later.
Naturally because these videos will normally be online streaming videos there won’t be an option to save them. However, by using Movavi Screen Capture for Mac you can work around that and set it to record the video from your screen. Once recorded, you can save it and watch it later or even transfer it to another device.
To start to record video on Mac from a website all you really need to do is set Movavi Screen Capture for Mac to capture the area of your screen where the video is playing. Rest assured it makes it as intuitive as possible to do so, and you can opt to either draw a frame over the area using the mouse cursor or click on a window to select and record it.
After defining the capture area, you should check to make sure that it is set to record the system audio by ensuring the appropriate icon is highlighted. If you like you could also adjust the other recording parameters in Movavi Screen Capture for Mac, such as the frame rate, sound levels and whether or not to record keyboard and mouse actions.
When you are done you can start recording and play the website video at the same time. Managing the recording should be easy and you can either use Movavi Screen Capture for Mac’s on-screen controls or its hotkeys.
As soon as you stop the recording it will automatically be saved in MKV format. If you wish to use another format you can choose to do so, or even select one of the built-in presets in Movavi Screen Capture for Mac to optimize it for a particular device or platform.
All in all you should have no trouble recording design videos from websites and saving them to watch later. Of course the proof is in the pudding, so the best way to see how easy it can be is to give Movavi Screen Capture for Mac a try and experience it firsthand.