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Daeshawn BallardAvid learner

What's a good tool to record my screen, voice and allows me to export the video file?

Something like viewedit, but that allows me to download the file for further editing.
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    CloudApp 4.0

    Lightning fast media sharing and screengrabs

    How long of a screenshare? I usually use CloudApp for this. Another nice use is: if it's going to be a really short one (like for a tweet or sharing in slack). You can record as a gif.
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    Niv Dror14VC at Shrug Capital · Written
    was going to recommend CloudApp as well! Lets you record video/gif/voice, makes it as easy as taking a screenshot ✨
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    Screencast-O-Matic

    Fast, free screen recording

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    Kiet DuongWeb Hosting Expert, CEO at IO Zoom · Written
    I have used it to record my screen with voice, then edit as needed and exported it to youtube or save and upload.
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    Anne S. KatzeffDesigner, Artist, Teacher · Written
    I started out using this. It's very easy to learn, and the quality is great. I now use Movavi, which can create longer videos and has numerous, useful features.
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    BastienGobelins Student & Awwwards Young Jury · Written
    If you're under MacOS X, Quicktime allows you to record your screen and you'll can export it as video file. And the application is native !
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    Native app and works great on macOS
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    Brandon AnzaldiSoftware Engineer @ ToTheTens · Written
    OBS Studio is free, open-source, and has the ability to record anything, from your screen, to a specific window, to a webcam. I use it when streaming, and it's quite powerful. If you're just looking for something quick, this might be a bit too involved, but I definitely recommend it.
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    Anne S. KatzeffDesigner, Artist, Teacher · Written
    I started out using Screen-Cast-O-Matic for my video tuts (also a great product). I switched to Movavi, because of its suite of awesome features. The 3 key features for me: - Record up to 8 hrs.! - Pause button - Editing
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    Loom

    Seamless screen, mic, and camera recording for Chrome

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    Kyle Hess5Fintech Product Manager · Written
    Loom is SO EASY and SO GOOD. Easy to download.
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      Adelaida Diaz-RoaCo-founder @ Nomo FOMO

      Best thing ever. I use it a lot when product testing, it's so much easier to explain when I find a bug to our developers, also works great for recording calls and doing demos or tutorials.

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      Patrick BarnesCofounder and CEO of Advocately

      I use loom to create screen recordings to send to customers who use our software. It is the best way to answer customers questions about how to do something with a software product. Far superior to explaining via email or with support articles. Not only is it better, it is faster! Yes, it is faster to use Loom's chrome for a screen recording walking the customer through the process than it is to type an email instructing them. Love Loom.