Are you about to jet off someplace and want to find out more about your destination, the places you can visit there, or perhaps even some of the local customs? As you probably know travel videos are an excellent resource, but maybe you don’t have the time to stream and watch those videos before you leave.
Whether that’s the case or you just want to watch your travel videos later on, why not save them so that you can then transfer them over to a mobile device and watch them whenever you’re free? Assuming you do so, you could even take them with you when you’re travelling and watch them at any point you need to.
Admittedly you can’t save travel videos that are online video streams through normal means – which is why you’ll need Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac. It will allow you to record the travel video directly from your screen and subsequently save it.
Recording the Travel Video
Don’t worry if you are unfamiliar with using any screen recorder on Mac. The fact of the matter is Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac is designed to be easy to use and all you need to do is:
- Resize and position the capture frame to encompass the travel video that you want to record.
- Check that the ‘System Audio’ icon has a green tick on it (and click it once otherwise).
- Click ‘REC’ to start recording and play the travel video at the same time.
- When the travel video is done, click ‘Stop’ to stop recording and then ‘Save’ to save the video on your hard drive.
That is really all there is to it, but if you do want you could explore some of the other features in Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac. With these features you will be able to edit your video by cutting and combining video segments, enhancing the video quality, including audio tracks, or inserting stylish animated transitions.
In particular these features may come in handy if you’d like to only save part of the travel video that you record. If that is the case then you could use Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac to trim out the unnecessary bits and save a much shorter clip that may be easier for you to refer to while you’re travelling.