Webinars can be an excellent source of information for businesses, particularly those that are conducted by experts in their field. The only problem with webinars however is that because they’re streamed live you need to be able to free up time to watch them.

Most webinars can’t be downloaded or viewed later, which means that if you aren’t able to catch them live you could miss out. The good news is that there is an alternative: Record business webinars that you want to watch using Movavi Screen Recorder, then save them to watch later.

Despite the fact that may not sound easy if you’ve never used screen recording in the past, learning how to record streaming video such as webinars with Movavi Screen Recorder is a piece of cake. In fact if you’d like to get started you should go ahead and open up the webinar, despite the fact that it may not be live yet.

Next you need to launch Movavi Screen Recorder and use your mouse cursor to trace a frame over the area where the webinar will be playing, then adjust it so that it fits as perfectly as possible. If you’d like to record it in full screen, you can later select your monitor in the list under ‘Capture Area’ on the interface.

On the interface you should also check that the ‘System Audio’ icon is highlighted, and click on it if it isn’t. By that same token the ‘Microphone’ icon should not be highlighted, as you don’t want Movavi Screen Recorder to capture audio from it.

Seeing as you probably don’t want to have to stay and manually start and stop recording, you can click on the ‘alarm clock’ icon on Movavi Screen Recorder’s interface. In the window that appears you can then select the option to ‘Start and end on schedule’ and set the start time and date, as well as the duration that you want to record for.

If you do want to manually control the recording, the ‘REC’ button on the interface will let you start recording, and the ‘Stop’ button will let you stop it when it is done. In any case after the recording has been stopped Movavi Screen Recorder save the recording as an MKV video and open it in a ‘Preview’ window so you can check it, trim out any unwanted parts, or save it in a format other than MKV.

That should cover everything you need to record and save webinars using Movavi Screen Recorder. As you can see it is really easy to set up, and once you give it a try for yourself you should be able to ensure that you never miss out on an important business webinar in the future.