1. Index
2. Getting Started
3. Recording Regions
4. Working with My Screen Recorder Pro
5. Configuring Audio and Video Settings
Changing Video Frame Rate
Selecting a Video Compressor
Setting up Time-lapse Recording
Setting Audio Options
Changing Audio Device
Record Video with Audio
Recording Video without Audio
Recording only Audio
Running Audio Tuning Wizard
6. Working with Screen Recordings
7. Distribution Options
8. Resources

My Screen Recorder Pro 5.13

Setting up Time Lapse Recording

To record long periods with little change, you can use the Time-lapse feature.  With Time-lapse you can capture the desktop at a slower frame rate and play back at a faster frame rate.

For example, you want to capture your screen for a long period of time.  However, you don't expect frequent changes to the state of the screen.  Continuous recording would capture a lot of unnecessary footage and the changes to the screen would be too slow to notice when playing back later.  With the Time-lapse feature in place, you can capture frames after predefined time intervals (for instance, one frame every minute) and play back the recordings at a faster rate, to give the impression that the changes were faster than they really were.  This will save time, it will be easier to see the changes.

NOTE: Audio recording will not be carried out during Time-lapse recording.

To use the Time-lapse feature:

  1. On the Tools menu, click on Settings.
  2. Select the AVI Video tab.
  3. Select the Time-lapse option, and click on Time-lapse Setup.
  4. Specify the Recording rate in frames per second.
  5. Specify the Playback rate in frames per second.
  6. Click on Ok.

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