Screen Recorder with Facecam: Capture Screen with Webcam on Windows / Mac

By Harold Bentsen Updated: May 21, 2019

Screen and Facecam Recorder: How to Record Your Desktop Screen while Showing Facecam Window

Many video recording apps are capable of screen recording and webcam video recording. Among them, several can capture desktop screen and webcam video at the same time, that is, recording screen with facecam window shown, or recording from webcam while showing screencast.

If you are to create a gameplay tutorial, software review, podcast, business presentation, etc., you may need an easy-to-use screen recorder with Facecam recording shown at the same time that, like VideoProc.

VideoProc enables you to record screen and webcam, convert videos, download online videos and edit / process videos after recording.

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Features of the Screen Recorder with Facecam

Picture-in-picture / video-in-video

Record screen and record with webcam / facecam at the same time.

Crop / Area Selection

Select an area you'd like to take a screenshot, mode: record in window- or full-screen modes.


Capture Video, Audio, Capture Mouse Actions, Highlight the Cursor.

Draw and Type

Draw, type texts; add arrows, outlines, or undo any of such operation.


After recording, you can preview the result recording.


Turn on or turn off speaker or microphone to record with voice.

Step-by-step Guide: How to Record Screen with Facecam Being Shown?

VideoProc makes it easy to record yourself and your screen, or capture facecam and gameplay at the same time.

What you need:
A computer (For Windows: XP and higher; for Mac: Snow Leopard and higher)
A mouse that has been connected to the computer
A registered VideoProc (latest version) on your PC or Mac
An external webcam that has been properly installed and connected to your computer

Step 1. Enter Recorder Section.
Open VideoProc. Click "+ Video" to open or direct drag-and-drop source 4K GoPro shaky video stored on computer.
Step 2. Choose Record Screen with Facecam.
Click on "Desktop & Camera", and choose the first option on the drop-down.
Step 3. Select an Area for Recording.
The default mode is to record in full screen. If you'd like to record in a window, click "Crop" on the bottom left to set the recording area. You can select an area directly or adjust the width and height of the screencast. Click ESC button to exit the crop.
You can also resize the webcam window, and drag to move the position, for example, to show yourself in the clip in bottom or top left / right hand corner.
Step 4. Make Settings before Recording.
You can turn on or turn off speaker and microphone, set the recording video quality, video formats (among MP4, FLV, MOV, MKV, TS), choose audio device, webcam device and audio level. You can also set shortcuts, set to show mouse movement / mouse clicks such that you can capture mouse actions, highlight the cursor. You can check / uncheck showing Countdown, key in recording.
Step 5. Drawing during Recording.
After hitting "REC" on the bottom right, the 5-sec countdown begins. Press "CTRL+T" or click on the right mouse button, you can access Paint Tool. You can draw, type texts, add outlines, arrows, and select / highlight an area.
Step 6. Stop Recording.
You can press "CTRL+R" to stop recording anytime. Afterwards, you can browse and open the output folder or delete the recordings directly on the interface of the screen recorder with facecam.
After Recording: How to Edit the Screencasts with VideoPro

To share the screencasting video to UGC websites or social platform, recording video is just the first step. You may have need of post-processing the video. VideoProc is an all-in-one desktop app that is also capable of video editing and video processing. You can do the following things to your recorded video:

Cut: cut off some start time and / or end time to only maintain the remaining part of the video.

Crop: Remove unwanted outer areas from the image, get rid of annoying background on the video.

Split: Divide the screencast into small parts/segments regularly or irregularly.

Merge: Combine the cut/split video clips together into one video.

Add Effect: Add Grayscale, Mirror, FourColor, Lens Correction, Emboss, Sharpen, Blur or some other special effect to your recording.

Denoise: Remove or reduce the wind noise and so on in the recorded video.

Rotate/Flip: You can rotate your video left or right, or flip/mirror it vertically or horizontally.

Make GIF: You can also convert video to GIF dynamic image for sharing.

VideoProc – One-Stop Solution for All Your Videos

Edit Videos: Deshake and denoise videos, add effects, watermark, subtitles, rotate, merge, etc.

Convert/Compress Videos: Compress large video files, 4K to 1080p, MKV to MP4, MP4 to MP3, etc.

Download Videos: Download online videos from YouTube and 500+ other UGC websites.

Record Videos: Record screen and/or from webcam, record or reset time to record live YouTube videos.

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Harold Bentsen

Harold Bentsen worked on tech writing in Digiarty Software earlier than anyone else. Now as a senior editor-in-chief and immersed geek, he pursues common progress with his team and expects to share more creative content and open-source information to readers. He on the flipside is a symphony amateur and pretended arts connoisseur who is also trying not to be only a dreaming world traveler.

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