2.Getting Started
3.Recording Regions
4.Working with My Screen Recorder Pro
Hiding the Icon in the System Tray
Maximum Recording Time and Size
Specifying Maximum File Size
Command Line Parameters
Schedule Recording
Capturing Translucent Windows
Recording Media Players and Games
Disabling Hardware Acceleration
Capture Mouse Cursor while Recording
Screen Draw
Stamping Recordings
Changing Effects while Recording
Controlling Windows Appearance
Changing Display Settings
Changing Keyboard Shortcuts
Changing General Settings
Changing Temporary File Folder
Recovering AVI Files
Saving the Last Part of a Recording
5.Configuring Audio and Video Settings
6.Working with Screen Recordings
7.Distribution Options

My Screen Recorder Pro 5.11

My Screen Recorder Pro: Working with My Screen Recorder Pro

Working with My Screen Recorder Pro

My Screen Recorder Pro is designed for maximum usability. The intuitive user interface lets you start recording from the screen immediately—no prior experience necessary. This section will help you learn some of the things you can do with My Screen Recorder Pro. Certain handy hints like changing keyboard shortcuts and disabling hardware acceleration will also help you get the most out of My Screen Recorder Pro.

The topics discussed in this section are:

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