Icecream Screen Recorder has everything you need for effortless screen capturing and screenshots taking. The program creates screenshots and screencasts, records full screen or selected areas, captures video with audio and microphone, supports scheduled screen recording, and features drawing tools and additional options for controlling the recording.
The program features several recording modes modes that are Custom area, Fullscreen, Last area, Area auto detection and Around mouse. Zooming in and out is available during the screen capture.
There is a drawing panel with a number of basic drawing tools like brush, rectangle, oval, arrow, text and step tool. Using these tools, you can comment on the screenshot or video, highlight important information and make notes. Besides, there is a standard text tool with the ability to choose font color and size. Use the step tool to add numbered markers to the videos or screenshots.
The program supports multiple additional options such as audio recording, particularly, it is capable of recording system sounds and microphone, setting minimum disk space and max file sizes, hiding desktop icons, showing or hiding mouse cursor, showing countdown before recording, disabling screensaver, highlighting mouse cursor and even more.
Videos are saved in WebM, MP4 or MKV format. Screenshots can be saved as images in JPG or PNG format (customized in Settings), URL, or copied to clipboard.
User may add webcamera window of custom size and location within the selected recording area.
Uploading of user watermark along with setting of its opacity level and position in the video is available.
Icecream Screen Recorder supports recording scheduled tasks, all you need to do is set the time for the start and stop and the program will record video within selected area for you at the needed time. Note that the screensavers and Windows sleep mode will be blocked automatically.
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