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My Screen Recorder Pro 5.01


Add Audio Narration to your Screen Recording

Multimedia presentations typically involve two factors: sight and hearing.  When the video and audio are synchronized in a presentation, the content is better understood.

Add audio narration to your screen recordings to make presentations and tutorials more interesting.  Use a microphone to add your own audio narration to demonstrate any application or website.

To Select the Audio Recording Device

You must setup a Microphone to record your narration with the video.  Click Tools >> Settings >> Recording.  Make sure that the Microphone is enabled as your audio recording device.

Recording a voice narration as you capture is perfectly appropriate, such as when you're making a quick "how to".  In order to create professional presentations, make sure your script for the narration is ready before you start the recording.



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