Screen recording & annotating using ZOOM

There are many free and paid screen recording apps. In this post I give some examples and I focus on ZOOM screen recording and screen annotating. This is one of the many functionalities in ZOOM that people often are not aware of.
Zoom Screen Recording and Annotating
In this video, I am showing several free screen recording apps and I explain how to use screen capturing function in ZOOM. PROS and CONS of using ZOOM to screen record: Pros:
  • It is free
  • Option to record screen and webcam at the same time
  • Option to collaborate while recording
  • Suitable for recording video conversations
  • Extensive annotation options
  • Can save screen grabs while recording
  • Exporting separate audio files
  • Not great audio quality
  • Webcam footage quality very poor if displayed on fullscreen
  • Only one video output option (MP4)
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