Tutorial - How to Record a Specific Area on Your Screen?
Free Webcam Capture is a webcam and screen recorder that records everything you see from your webcam and computer screen, including the entire desktop, windows, menus, cursors - even video with sound. There are many occasions where you may want to record the activity within a specific area of the screen. Free Webcam Capture allows you to set the specific recording region freely.
Step 1. Select Recording Region
Click the "Select region" drop-down menu to choose the "Region stable - set values by user" and enter the dimensions into the Top, Left, Width and Height fields to specify the recording region.
Step 2. Choose File Folder
Click "Open Folder" or "Select..." button to select a location on your computer's hard drive to save your videos.
Step 3. Select Recording Region
Click "Audio Video Options" button to specify the audio/video settings. Choose the video codecs from its drop-down list and drag the slider to specify the video output quality. If needed, click "Configure" to set compress mode. Check "Audio record" if you want to record the audio and then set audio format, audio input and sound volume.
Click "Filter Effects" to add effects like brightness, contrast, darkness, saturation, etc. to make the recording more animated and interactive.
Click the round button to switch preview on/off. You can also click "Audio record" button to switch audio recording on/off. To show/hide the cursor activity, click the button of "Record cursor". To add an overlay, superimposing a picture to the recording, click "More Settings & Info - Add overlay image" and then click "Select..." to choose an image from your computer. In "Misc" you can also choose recording region appearance as rectangle or corners, minimize the recorder before recording and restore it after recording.
Step 4. Start Recording
When everything is set, initiate a webcam chat you want to record and click "Start Record". Move the cursor until the area or window highlighted. Click "Ctrl + Enter" to specify the recording region. The recording is started and there's a flashing rectangle around the recording region. If you want to temporarily stop the recording, click "Pause" while "Full Stop" to stop and store it.