UniConverter User Guide
- Get Started - Wondershare UniConverter
- Login with Wondershare ID & Update | Win Version
- Brief Introduction
- Change Themes
- Get Started - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Login with Wondershare ID & Update | Mac Version
- Brief Introduction - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Preferences - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Add Files - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Convert DVD to Any Format
- Add Media Files
- Convert Video from Camcorder
- Convert Videos for iPhone/iPad/Android Devices
- Convert Videos for Social Network
- Convert Videos from iOS & Android Devices
- Convert Videos to Any Format
- Convert Video to Audio File
- How to Convert Videos to Any Format on Mac
- How to Convert DVD to Video on Mac
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- Add Subtitle | Wondershare UniConverter
- Audio Track Volume | Wondershare UniConverter
- Trim Video | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Add Watermark | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Crop Video | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Apply Effect | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Add Subtitle | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Audio Track Volume | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Image Converter | Wondershare UniConverter
- GIF Maker | Wondershare UniConverter
- Fix Video Metadata | Wondershare UniConverter
- CD Burner | Wondershare UniConverter
- Convert CD to MP3 | Wondershare UniConverter
- Convert Video to VR | Wondershare UniConverter
- Transfer Video/Audio to iOS Device
- Transfer Video/Audio to Android Device
- Transfer Video/Audio to External Hard Drive
- Transfer | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Image Converter | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- GIF Maker | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Fix Media Metadata | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- CD Converter | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- CD Burner | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- VR Converter | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
How to record the desktop screen or video calls
Wondershare UniConverter can be used as a screencasting application as well. The built-in Screen Recorder tool allows you to record your computer screen. Post recording, you can make necessary adjustments to the saved clip like trimming, cropping, adding watermarks, inserting subtitles, etc. from within Wondershare UniConverter itself. Here’s how you can use Screen Recorder that Wondershare UniConverter has:
How to Record the Desktop Screen or Video Calls - Wondershare UniConverter (Win) User Guide
Step 1 Launch Wondershare screen recorder.
Start Wondershare UniConverter on your Windows PC (a Windows 10 is used here for reference), click Screen Recorder from the left pane of the interface, click the Camera icon to start the recording or click the down-facing arrow next to the Camera icon present at the top-left area of the center panel and click Screen Recorder.
Step 2 Select the capture area and audio sources.
Ensure that Full Screen is selected in the drop-down list in the capture area at the left of the Wondershare Screen Recorder panel. Alternatively, select Custom from the list, and select an area on the screen or app that you want to record. You can also enter the values in the W and H fields manually to set a custom recording area. Note: Check the Lock Aspect Ratio box to set the capturing area proportionally.
Click the Speaker icon from the System Audio section to allow or prevent Screen Recorder from recording any sound that the operating system generates. You can choose your preferred audio source from the System Audio drop-down list in case your PC has multiple sound cards.
Likewise, click the Microphone icon to enable or disable voice recording. Optionally choose your preferred voice input source from the Microphone drop-down list if you have more than one microphone.
Step 3 Set the recording preferences and the destination location.
Click the Settings icon from the bottom-right corner of the panel. From the General section of the expanded interface, choose your preferred recording framerate and screen capturing quality from the Frame rate and Quality drop-down lists respectively. Choose a destination folder in the Save As field as well.
From the Record Timer section, check the Start manually and end after box, and set the duration to automatically stop capturing the screen when the defined threshold time is reached. Alternatively, check the Start and end on schedule box and define your preferred values in the Start time and Stop time fields to automatically start and stop the screen recording process respectively. Note: To avoid any conflicts or configuration overlapping, the app allows only one box to be checked at a time.
Check the boxes under the Mouse section to record your mouse clicks and add audio for each click event to the video.
In the Shortcut section, define custom shortcut keys for pausing and un-pausing, and starting and stopping the screen recording.
Step 4 Start recording.
Click the big, red REC button at the top-right section of the interface to begin recording. Use the shortcut keys to pause, un-pause, or stop the recording as needed.
Note: You can click Reset from the bottom-right corner of the expanded interface to put all the custom preferences back to factory defaults.