By Farrah Penn Updated: December 17, 2018
Would you like to make a video tutorial to teach your family, friends, or YouTube visitors how to work with specific software or app? We've got the best tool for you. In this post, we're going to introduce the best free screen and voice recorder that can record your activities on computer's or iPhone's screen with your voice included. Obviously, recording both screen and your commentary at the same time can make your audience understand what you teach much easier and faster.
Certainly, you can also use the screen recorder we recommend to record gameplay, video chats, live streams (YouTube live streams for instance), and anything on your screen with audio.
First of all, we should download and install VideoProc on computer. Once done, open VideoProc and follow the steps below to perform screen recording with audio on Windows (10/8/7) or Mac for free.
By default, it will capture full screen. If you just want to record a certain part of your screen, simply click Crop and then click and drag your mouse to select the region you want to record.
If you haven't chosen audio device in Settings panel, you can perform this task here. Enable system audio and/or microphone audio, and click dropdown buttons to select desired audio device.
Additionally, this free screen and audio recorder allows you to record screen, your voice, and face at the same time to create picture-in-picture or video-in-video effect. It is very simple to operate.
Apart from recording computer screen and audio, VideoProc is also available to record Apple iPhone screen with audio. However, this feature is limited to VideoProc Mac version only. So how can we make use of a Mac-based program to record iPhone screen and audio? I'll tell you right away. But before we move to the workflow, you have two things to do: download and install VideoProc Mac edition; connect your iPhone with Mac via a workable USB cable.
VideoProc is not only a free screen and voice recorder, it also acts as a video editor and converter, a DVD converter, an audio converter, and a video/music downloader. So you can use VideoProc to make some edits to your recording files. For example, you can cut off some segments, crop out a certain area, merge multiple recordings into a single one, split a long large recording into smaller parts, add watermark or subtitle to your video, and convert your video to GIF.
Free download this cover-all screen and audio recorder on Windows (10/8/7) or macOS (Mojave or lower) to have a try!
Farrah Penn has been a copywriter at Digiarty since 2014. Because of the occupational requirement and personal interest, Farrah has carried on broad and profound study and researches to multimedia related stuff, popular electronic devices and multimedia programs in the market. She has been writing extensively on video processing, software reviews, and various solutions to make digital life easier.
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