Welcome to basic introduction to Mirillis Action! Active screen recording mode.
Active screen recording mode is dedicated to capture fullscreen desktop videos of Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
With the world's best screen recording performance Action! records perfectly everything on your PC screen: applications, websites, videos, music videos, games and more!
Examples of what you can use Action! desktop recording for:
- Record desktop of Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
- Record online games
- Capture all web videos
- Create video tutorials
- Capture videos played in media players in windowed and fullscreen mode
- Record all applications, games and websites
Follow this tutorial to learn basics about fullscreen Windows desktop recording.
Switch Action! recording mode to "Active screen".
Action! HUD appears in top right (default position) corner of your screen.
Action! is now connected to your Windows desktop and is ready to start screen recording.
Press "Start/stop recording" button or F9 hotkey to start Windows desktop recording.
HUD status changes showing that Windows desktop recording is in progress.
Press "Start/stop recording" button or F9 hotkey again to stop desktop recording.
HUD status changes showing that Windows desktop recording has finished.
Open Action! File manager and check video recordings list. Video recordings list shows all your desktop recordings, gameplay recordings and any other screen recordings available in selected output folder.
Action! includes internal fast player dedicated for video recordings playback. Select your new desktop recording and use
mouse double click on a thumbnail to start video recording playback.
To playback raw Action! video recordings you can also use Splash media player. Splash provides additional features like
SmartSeek, Audio boost, Screen capture and more. Splash is available for download at Mirillis website:
Please note that with default settings Action! HUD will not be included with all Windows desktop recordings.
If you want to include HUD in recorded desktop video you must change HUD settings (available in Action! settings).