Tutorial: Getting Familiar with Video in Total Recorder
You can use Total Recorder VideoPro Edition to record and edit video
files in AVI, WMV or FLV format, including AVI (Digital Video Type
1) and AVI (Digital Video Type 2) files obtained from a digital
DV camera; in addition under Windows 7 and above in MOV (playback
only), MPEG-4, or 3GP format.
Before you begin working with video, you should read the Primer on Digital Video Recording.
With Total Recorder VideoPro Edition , you can do the following:
- Play video files.
- Record video directly from the screen (see How to Record Video from a Screen or Software Player With Total Recorder VideoPro Edition).
- Record video from an external device, such as a web camera, TV tuner, digital DV camera, VHS video recorder, and many others. For more details, see How to Record Video from Video Devices.
- Watch and record Internet video transmissions in WMV or FLV format. For example, you can easily record Internet television. For more information, refer to Background Recording (Capturing) of Video Using Total Recorder.
- Use a scheduler to record video files. These recordings can be performed with or without an audio stream. Refer to Using the Scheduler for details.
- Edit video files without any loss in quality, save parts of video or audio separately, or replace the audio track in a video file. For details, refer to How to Edit Video Using Total Recorder VideoPro Edition.
- Work with multiple monitors. You can specify the monitor from which a window or region will be captured, as well as specify the monitor to be used when playing video in full-screen mode.
- Save a selected frame as a bitmap. For more information, refer to the “Saving operations for video files” section of Total Recorder's online help.
- Use appropriate video codecs to compress and convert video files between the basic video formats: AVI, WMV and FLV. See also How to Convert Video Using Total Recorder VideoPro Edition.