How to Record Your Computer Screen and android

Do you want to capture video from the screen to preserve a webinar, a Skype conversation, an online film, or screen activity within a program?

There are several ways to record what’s on your screen: you can use a dedicated recording app or the built-in tools in other programs.

how to record a video of your screen on android

If you have been looking for a video screen recorder for Android, you have come to the right place.

In this post we will examine the best options to create a video recording of your screen, without rooting your device.

NO-ROOT Record Screen to Video

Yes, we did say top two solutions, but this app is worth telling you about because like we mentioned in the beginning, recording the screen of a device that is running an older version of Android can be tough.

This app says that it can be used with Android version 2.3.3 and up, so it is certainly worth a shot if you need to record older devices.

You can download this app from Google Play here.

How to Record Your Computer Screen Using Recording Tools in Other Programs

You can also use the recording tools built into other programs to record your screen, like Microsoft Office PowerPoint and QuickTime Player.

These apps are primarily designed for other tasks, so they only let you capture screen video without editing.

In PowerPoint, open the Insert tab and select Screen Recording, then click Select Area. Draw the capture frame and click Record.

To save the recording, open the File menu and click Save – the recording will be embedded into the slide.

Click Save Media As to save your video as a separate file.

In QuickTime, open the File menu and select New Screen Recording, then click the Record button. Click Stop to stop recording.

You can trim your video, but no additional editing options are available. To save the changes, go to the File menu and click Save As.

Didn’t know you could record your screen with PowerPoint? It’s true — the latest versions of PowerPoint include that feature. Here’s how to do it, step-by-step:

Step 1: Head to the Insert tab, and select Screen Recording.

Step 2: Click Select Area to choose the specific area of your screen you want to record. If you want to record the entire screen, press the Windows Key + Shift + F.

Step 3: Click the Record button, or press the Windows key + Shift + R.

Step 4: You can select Pause to pause the video when you want, and Stop to end it and save when you are ready.

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