Record presentations, gaming sessions, or software demos, give feedback or create quick tutorials with Descript’s screen recording tool. The best part: a few seconds after you record you’ll get a full transcript. You can edit your video by editing the text, just like a doc, remove “ums” and “uhs” in a single click, and quickly add captions for accessibility.
Create a new screen recording project in Descript. Position your webcam (if you want ) for speaker facecam recording.
Set your screen recording window. Drag the screen capture window to select a portion of your computer screen to record, or hit the spacebar on your Mac or Windows PC to just record the full screen.
When you stop recording, use the video editor in Descript’s screen recording software to make changes to your Mac or PC screen recording. Finally, save and export your screen recording — either download the video or send a link to your published video’s webpage.
Descript doesn’t just give you great tools to record your screen, but with features like Studio Sound, you can easily remove background and ambient noise. Studio Sound filters out your audio gunk while enhancing your voice so it sounds like you recorded your recorded video calls, webinars, or whatever in a studio, even if you didn’t.
With Descript’s Free plan, you can record your screen for free and export your recording with a Descript watermark overlay.
For watermark-free export, record your screen with Descript’s Pro and Creator pricing level subscriptions.
Descript does not have a recording time limit for free screen recordings and allows up to three hours of transcription of your screen recordings.
Descript’s recording app is available on the following desktop platforms:
Descript is currently only available as a desktop application for Windows or Mac. Descript does allow playback and comments on Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge through web.descript.com.
Screen recording while live streaming is totally possible with Descript. You can easily edit long gaming sessions to create multiple shorter-form videos, or highlight clips for social media. The end result will be cleaner audio and a tighter, better video.