RecMaster allows users to capture literally anything happening on their screen. But a very important premise is that all the operations have to be carried out by users. What if they are occupied and can’t reach to their PC?
Schedule Recording is designed for this exact situation. With this feature, Users can achieve automatic recording.
The feature has different appearance on Mac and Windows though, let’s see the instruction respectively.
Before we make scheduled recording, there are some settings that have to be configured.
1. Download RecMaster.
2. Enter the setting interface to leverage the Task Schedule.
3. Once the entry is found, click “Task schedule” and jump to its operation interface.
4. Create scheduling tasks, defining Task name, setting the start and end time.
5. Other Settings include the selection of recording modes and audio source.
6. Click ‘Create’ and you get a ‘task’ waiting to be executed.
Mac Version RecMaster isn’t equipped with the feature – Task Schedule. Instead there is another function serving as alternative to Task Schedule – Duration.
1. Open RecMaster and you will see the option for ‘Duration’ is at the bottom-right corner of the main interface.
2. Click it and a window will jump out asking you to set duration.
3. You can choose 30min, 60 min or customize a preferred duration and hit OK.
4. Start the recording and RecMaster will stop the capture automatically when time ends.
Users are suggested to output MP4 video at high or original quality or MP3 audio format for better compatibility. Frame rate value doesn’t matter too much unless you are going to capturing some high-paced moments like game.
Video formats, video quality and audio sources
How to Record