It’s already potential to file your display screen on a Chromebook, however the built-in display screen recorder is pretty fundamental. Google has now launched an upgraded recorder you could check out in your Chromebook.
Screencast is a brand new display screen recorder for Chrome OS, with extra choices and options than the built-in recorder that has been accessible for some time. A digital camera feed seems on the backside proper nook of the recording, together with your face and voice, and you’ll draw on the display screen as you file. When the recording is completed, Screencast transcribes your phrases into textual content, and may add the file to Google Drive for straightforward sharing.
The brand new app is especially meant as a presentation device to be used in faculties, however it might turn out to be useful for different use instances too. For instance, you possibly can make a recording to indicate a pal or member of the family how one can do a sure process on their laptop, or use it to create a tech information for publishing to YouTube and different websites.
You possibly can check out Screencast by updating your Chromebook to Chrome OS 103, which is at the moment rolling out to all (supported) fashions. You can too simply maintain utilizing the built-in display screen recorder, which is accessible from the short settings panel.