Nowadays there are many business webinars hosted on a regular basis by experts in specific fields that offer up valuable advice, insights, and even strategies based on their experience. It goes without saying that watching these webinars can help you a lot if you’re running your own business.
Unfortunately because webinars are ‘live’ you need to watch them when they are aired – or you could miss out. Sometimes that can be especially frustrating if there is a specific business webinar that you really feel would be invaluable but you aren’t free to watch it when it airs. Instead of missing it entirely however, you could record it and watch it later on using Movavi Screen Capture Studio.
Essentially Movavi Screen Capture Studio will let you record business webinars directly from your screen and then save them so that you can watch them any time you like. To set it up all you need to do is:
Launch Movavi Screen Capture Studio and select ‘Capture screen’ in the menu.
Adjust the capture frame to encompass the webinar that you want to record.
Make sure the ‘speaker’ icon has a green checkmark so that it records the system audio (click on it once otherwise).
When you are ready click ‘REC’ to start recording.
Click ‘Stop’ when the webinar is done and ‘Save’ to save it.
Assuming you need more detailed instructions you can find them at www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-record-webinar.html.
It may be a good idea to take advantage of the timer in Movavi Screen Capture Studio to either schedule the recording or set it to stop recording after a certain duration. Additionally you may also want to use the editing features in the software to cut and join video segments, improve the video quality, apply filters and special effects, insert audio tracks, add customizable text, and much more.
As you start to use Movavi Screen Capture Studio and explore its features you’ll soon realize that it can both help you to record business webinars as well as tweak them to suit your needs. That may prove useful, as you could use its features to save short video clips for reference, compile your own reference video, and much more. Of course before you do any of that the first step you should take is to give it a try and use it to record any business webinar you want.