- Quicktime Player, which is included with MacOS, includes a screen record feature that allows you to capture iphone, ipad, and your Mac. There are simple editing tools included that allow you to split, trim, cut & paste, and rotate too.
- I've tried like 20+ recording apps and finally found the right mix of features and simplicity with ScreenFlow. Besides basic recording it has a plenty of features like mix multiple video clips and audios into single video, highlight part of the screen or mouse cursor, caption editor, add annotations and text, GIF export, publish to Youtube, Wistia or Vimeo... and more!
- There are various free screen recorders available for Mac but most of them don't allow you to record webcam video along with screen recording and editing annotations.QuickTime Player, Monosnap, Icecream Screen Recorder (Free Version) and Jing are the best in free offerings as they features so many customization and editing option with annotations. But if you are going to do a professional video recording for business presentation and Tutorials then go for Snagit or Comtasia. I found this article on best screen recorder for Mac- http://www.hawkdive.com/2017/08/... which has put all the best and free recorder together very nicely with pictures and YouTube video.
- It can record almost any on-screen activities in 1080p in a few simple steps. I can choose to record sound from system audio or/and microphone. Actually OBS is powerful as well, but it's too complicated for me to understand how it works and which button I should press. Joyoshare Screen Recorder is different. It has a clear interface.