When you’re learning about marketing, you will definitely want to peruse some of the many videos available online that offer up tips, advice, or even guides that explain what you need to do. Add to that the many marketing webinars and live events that are held every so often and you should have no shortage of resources to learn from.
The one small hiccup that you may encounter when trying to study from online videos is that you will need to be constantly online in order to stream and watch them. That can be a bit of an inconvenience – which is why having a way to save them so that you can watch them later would be useful.
If you want to save online videos with marketing tips what you really need is Movavi Screen Capture Studio. It is an easy-to-use software that will let you capture video directly from your screen – so in this case you just need to record the online videos that you want to save by following these steps:
- Launch Movavi Screen Capture Studio.
- Resize and position the capture frame to encompass the online video that you want to record.
- Check that the ‘System Audio’ icon has a green tick, and click on it so that it appears if not.
- Click ‘REC’ and press play on the video within 5 seconds as the recording begins.
- Click ‘Stop’ when the video is finished, and click ‘Save’ to save it.
Assuming you’d rather not sit down and wait for the recording to finish, you can set up the timer to automatically stop it after a fixed duration. Before you save the video you may also want to use the other features in Movavi Screen Capture Studio to trim out unnecessary parts of the video, merge clips together, enhance its quality, add customizable text, apply special effects, insert text fields as captions, include background music and much more.
If you follow the instructions outlined above, you should have no problem saving any online videos with marketing tips using Movavi Screen Capture Studio. In fact you may even be able to do more than that – such as extracting the more important bits of advice and saving them as highlights so that they’re easier to refer to in the future.