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Anytotal Mac Screen Recorder is a utility that you can use for recording the actions that are performed on your computer and which are visible on the screen.
This means that you should be able to make tutorials on using certain pieces of software, gameplay demonstrations and other similar projects with its support. However, it seems that despite the convenient options it offers, they do not work properly. For example, when trying to film by selecting a rectangle to which attention should be drawn from the rest of the screen, you will not be able to actually perform any action aside from moving the rectangle from side to side, which is not what you would usually do when creating a tutorial, for example. When choosing to record directly, by use of the "record" button without other previous choices, you can perform whichever action you intend to, however, commands such as to stop the recording will respond extremely slowly at times. A good thing about the utility is that the output can be saved in various formats, such a MOV, SWF, MP4, 3GPP, special iPod and Xbox formats and others.
Anytotal Mac Screen Recorder is a utility that promises to offer satisfying options where screen recording is concerned, however, it does not function according to the promises.
- Geometrical figures can be placed on the screen to mark areas to which the viewer should pay special attention
- Several output formats to choose from
- You cannot type a custom area size for the desktop part where the screen recording should be performed
- Slow answer to commands
- No options were found for performing basic video processing actions (e.g. to trim the video)
- Certain commands may function not in the proper way