Capturing Videos to Watch Later with Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac

Most people nowadays watch several videos every day on their computers, ranging from guides and tutorials to funny videos, TV shows, and so on. Sometimes it can be helpful to be able to capture these videos so that you can watch them later at your convenience, without having to be online.

If you want to capture videos and watch them later on a Mac, the simplest way is with Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac. It will let you quickly set up and begin capturing any video you need, irrespective of the type of video or the platform that it is playing on.

Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac

In contrast to what you may expect, it is extremely easy to learn how to record screen on Mac with Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac. Once you launch it and enter the screen recorder all you need to do is define the capture area to encompass the video that is playing and make sure that it is set to record the system audio from your speakers too.

The first of those things can be done by just clicking and dragging the mouse cursor to draw a frame over the video. Alternatively, Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac will let you select the window that you want to record or use one of its preset sizes.

To set Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac to record the system audio you just need to make sure the appropriate icon is highlighted. If you want you can control the volume levels beside it, and set up any of the other recording parameters such as the frame rate and whether or not to record keyboard and mouse actions.

Once the recording is set up in this fashion, you can start it whenever you play the video. After you’re done, and you stop recording, you can then use the built-in editor in Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac to trim out any unwanted segments, merge clips together, enhance the quality, add background music, insert captions, and much more.

As you can see it isn’t difficult to set up Movavi Screen Capture Studio for Mac – and the same ease applies to its other features as well. In fact, with a bit of experimentation, you’ll find that not only can you capture videos to watch later, but also create content of your own if you so choose.