If you’ve completed one recording with RecMaster, the editing becomes extremely easy. Supposing that it’s may be the first time for you to use RecMaster, the guidance will start with how to record with RecMaster.
Step 1: Launch RecMaster on your computer
Step 2: Choose recording mode and make configuration
There are multiple recording modes for you to choose. Full screen, Custom area, Webcam and Audio only are the common options while Game mode is momentarily unique for Windows user. After that you need to configure parameters like quality, frame rate, webcam…
Attention: Audio editing is not supported by RecMaster. So if you’re going to edit the recording file after recording, you are suggested to choose other modes.
Step 3: Start and end
Simply click REC button to start and when it’s time for over you need to press the stop menu.
Step 4: Find recording file
Recorded file will automatically pop up if it’s the first time for you to use RecMaster. Generally, you need to move to Recording list and find out the recorded file.
Step 5: Choose the edit function
Step 6: Play and trim
Choose the Cut function and then additionally cut unnecessary clips. When everything is done, choose Merger & Export as your final choice.
Now you have finish editing recording.
There are two feasible ways to share recording with RecMaster: direct-upload and save to local. You can know as below.
Direct – Upload:
RecMaster supports one-click upload to YouTube and Google Drive. If you’re going to share the recorded file to these platforms, you can depend on this feature in the Recording list interface.
Click the Settings menu to see the storage path. By default, recording files are saved to D:\RecMaster recording folder. You are also allowed to change the resolution as you like. In this way, you can freely share and upload files without platform limit.
Now you can freely edit and share recording with RecMaster.
How to Record