Apple QuickTime Player

Apple QuickTime Player allows users to playback audio, graphic, and video formats, including H.264 and MPEG-4 formats. You can also record your screen with Quicktime very easily. Further support for the QuickTime Player 


Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS

Screen Recording

You can use QuickTime Player to record everything that happens on your computer’s screen or on a portion of your computer’s screen, along with your narration.

  1. Click File > New Screen Recording.
  2. Choose options for the screen recording from the pop-up menu.
    • If you want to record yourself speaking as you use the computer, choose an audio input source below the microphone in the pop-up menu.
    • Choose whether you want the recording to be medium or high quality. Higher quality results in a larger file size.
    • If you want mouse clicks to be visible in the recording, click Show Mouse Clicks in Recording.
    • If you want to change where the recording is saved, click Choose and select a new location.
  3. Arrange the computer windows as you want to capture them and click the Record button.
    • If you want to record only a portion of the screen, drag the mouse pointer to select the portion of the screen you want to record. Click Start Recording.
    • To adjust the potion of the screen you selected, drag the small gray circles along the edges of the screen recording rectangle or drag the entire screen recording rectangle to another location on the screen.
    • If you want to record the entire screen, click anywhere on the screen to start recording.
  4. To stop recording, click Stop or press Command + Control + Escape.
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