Live videos are all the rage nowadays, and not only are there tons of informative live webinars and thrilling sports broadcasts – but social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have live videos of their own too.
The only downside of live videos is that if you aren’t free to watch when they’re being broadcasted you could miss out, and mostly there is no way to ‘save’ these videos or watch them later on.
By using Movavi Screen Recorder you could record live streaming video straight off your screen however, which will then allow you to save it and watch it at a time that is more convenient. Needless to say this is a great way to ensure you don’t miss out on live video content simply because it is broadcast at a bad time.
All you need to do to record live streaming video is launch Movavi Screen Recorder and start by defining the capture area. That can be done by either drawing a frame with your mouse cursor, or clicking anywhere so that the interface appears then selecting your monitor from the list under ‘Capture Area’.
In most cases you don’t need to adjust any other parameters, but you should check to make sure the ‘System Audio’ icon is highlighted and the ‘Microphone’ icon isn’t. Just click on either icon once to enable or disable it, so that Movavi Screen Recorder captures the right audio.
Considering you may not be free to start or stop recording the live streaming video, you should click on the ‘alarm clock’ icon to automate it. In Movavi Screen Recorder you can opt to set a timer to automatically stop recording after a certain duration, or schedule a time to start then stop recording.
Naturally if you prefer you could manually start recording by pressing ‘REC’ as the live streaming video starts, then control the recording with the buttons on the interface or their hotkey equivalents. Once you stop recording, you can check the video in Movavi Screen Recorder’s ‘Preview’ window, then trim out any parts you don’t want and save it.
All in all it should be clear that there is nothing complicated about recording live streaming video using Movavi Screen Recorder. In fact if you were to explore its features further you’ll find that you can also adjust the frame rate and sound levels, or even record keyboard and mouse actions – all with similar ease.
In this case however you don’t really need to concern yourself with those features, and can stick to setting up the parameters that are relevant to recording live streaming video. Be sure to try it out, and see for yourself just how simple Movavi Screen Recorder will make it.