How To Screen Capture in 720p or 1080p HD Quality Free (2020)
- January 29, 2020
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Uncategorized
What to learn How To Screen Capture in 720p or 1080p HD Quality Free in 2020? Today’s video shows you how to do a screen capture of your desktop in 720p or 1080p HD High Definition Quality with the free software CamStudio using the CamStudio Lossless Codec. These downloads and more are available at my recommended downloads page.
About How To Screen Capture in 720p or 1080p HD Quality Free (2020)
This screen capture technique was developed by myself over the past two months of poor attempts to do a screen capture in 720p or 1080p HD Quality with CamStudio’s Free screen capture software. This is a very useful thing to know for all of those YouTubers who are out there looking to do a CamStudio screen capture in their tutorials and want that 720p or 1080p HD quality. You will be surprised at how easy it is!
CamStudio is an excellent software package. This software is licensed as open-source, which means it can be used for commercial purposes. It’s strongly recommended the user spend some time learning how to edit their screen captures as well. Many operating systems now include video editors built-in. For Microsoft Windows, you can use Windows Movie Maker. Mac users can easily use iMovie included with their operating system.
The Importance Of Scripting And Planning
Screen Capturing is definitely an art that requires proper preparation and planning. The more work you put into the preliminary scripting, the better. Proper preparations of the screencast help with reducing editing time. Once you’ve burned through a few hours of fixing unnecessary capturing errors, you’ll see why many professional screen casters recommend spending more time on the front end of the project.
Many screen casters also find immense benefit in doing storyboards. Storyboards allow you to create a visual representation of the capture before doing any recording. This helps ensure all of the appropriate elements are captured in the footage for the final product. When you line up the storyboard with the script, you’ve got everything you need to begin recording!