Record your gaming or work sessions, or any other type of on-screen activity with the help of this remarkably straightforward yet highly competent application
Nowadays, there is a plethora of screen/activity recording software on the market from basic apps, to browser extensions, to full-fledged professional tools that can get the job done with even less effort on your part.
However, if you’re serious about recording your screen activity, whether it’s your gaming sessions or your work, or the creation of educations vlogs or video tutorials, opting for a professional tool is definitely the better choice.
At the heart of RecMaster are its five recording modes
Meet RecMaster, a feature-packed screen recording utility that brings to the table five screen recording modes which will help you record any sort of desktop activities (presentations, live webcasts, vlogs, gaming sessions, video business meetings, and tutorials), as well as various useful tools for editing the said videos.
We’ll start with the five-screen recording modes which are pretty self-explanatory: Game Mode, Full Screen, Custom Area, Webcam, and Audio Only. The last two modes are the most straightforward as they allow you to only choose the video format in the case of the first, and the audio format for the latter, as well as if you want the system sound and microphone to be turned on or off.
Offers a decent array of customization features
Choose any of the first three modes, and you’re provided with a lot more options on top of the ones mentioned above. For instance, you can also choose the specific monitor for your video recordings, the default video format (MP4, AVI, and FLV), the quality (High, Standard, and Original), and the Frame rate (from 20 to 60 fps). What’s more, you can also opt to schedule screen recordings.
Access the app’s Settings section, and you’re bound to discover even more features and options. For example, you can choose from various movement effects, click effects, or color effects for the cursor activity, as well as add custom watermarks, define hotkeys, and fiddle about with various settings for auto-start.
One-click record all your desktop activities with RecMaster
All things considered, RecMaster is a well-rounded and definitely very efficient screen recording application, which is exactly what one might expect from a paid application such as this. It packs enough features and boasts enough versatility to make it a very good tool for a wide range of users interested in this type of activity.
Lastly, it’s worth noting that one of the best aspects about the app is represented by its modern GUI that not only looks right at home on Windows 10, but it also makes helps first or novice users get the hang of things as quickly as possible.
Sure, the app is not what one might call perfect. For example, the gaming mode is not all that specialized (it doesn’t have a GPU-based video game capture for example), the direct links to social media are limited, and you cannot edit the video, audio, and cursor tracks individually.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used RecMaster and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂