How To Record Screen In Bandicam

Learn how to record screen in Bandicam from this tutorial.

Bandicam is a powerful, professional free screen recording software which allows you to record your computer screen, record a game play or record an external device, connected with your computer by HDMI cable.

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In today post, I am going to show you how to download, install and record your screen in Bandicam. This is a tutorial article, not a review. If you want to read our full review about Bandicam, go to this post!

Firstly, download and install Bandicam on your computer. It is totally free to download.

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1. How to record a part of your screen in Bandicam

The recording through the ‘Screen Recording’ mode is to be used for the recording of a certain area of what is shown on the computer screen, such as flash games, internet streaming videos (Streaming videos on YouTube, USTREAM, CNN…), various Windows programs (Internet Explorer, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.) ‘Screen Recording’ mode allows you to record everything on your computer screen and draw lines, boxes, or highlights while recording.

2. How to record full screen in Bandicam

3. How to record around mouse in Bandicam

4. How to record games in Bandicam

This ‘Game Recording’ mode can record the streaming videos that run on DirectX (Or OpenGL), such as various 2D/3D games (World of Warcraft, Minecraft, RuneScape, Aion, StarCraft 2, Maplestory, Guild Wars 2…), internet TV streaming videos, iTunes, Windows Media Player, HDTV capture card. ‘Game Recording’ mode offers a better quality recording than ‘Screen Recording’ mode’; If possible, it is better to use ‘Game Recording’ mode.

Okay, that’s all you need to know about Bandicam free screen recorder. If you have any question concerning how to use this software or any feedback, please share with us.

If you want to get a free alternative to Bandicam, I may suggest you try ActivePresenter!

Good luck!

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