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Tutorial - How to Add Overlay Image?

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It is often desirable to identify a video as being associated to a person, company, or campaign. One way to do this is to apply a watermark or overlay image to a video. Screen Recorder Free enables you to record video from your screen and add an overlay image to the recorded video. Download it to add overlay image to the video recording.
Select Recording Region

Step 1. Select Recording Region

Click the "Select region" drop-down menu to choose the recording region you need to record.

Choose File Folder

Step 2. Choose File Folder

Click "Open Folder" or "Select..." button to choose a folder to save the recording video.

Specify the Recording Settings

Step 3. Specify the Recording Settings

To add an overlay, superimposing a picture to the recording, click "More Settings & Info - Add overlay image" and then click "Select..." to choose an image from your computer. If you want to add some effects to the image, check "Add filter effects to overlay". In "Misc" you can also choose recording region appearance as rectangle or corners, minimize the recorder before recording and restore it after recording. Click the round button to switch preview on/off. You can also click "Audio record" button to switch audio recording on/off. To show/hide the cursor activity, click the button of "Record cursor".

Specify the Recording Settings

Click "Audio Video Options" button to specify the audio/video settings. Choose the video codecs from its drop-down list and drag the slider to specify the video output quality. If needed, click "Configure" to set compress mode. Check "Audio record" if you want to record the audio and then set audio format, audio input and sound volume.

Specify the Recording Settings

Click "Filter Effects" to add effects like brightness, contrast, darkness, saturation, etc. to make the recording more animated and interactive.

Start Recording

Step 4. Start Recording

When everything is set, play the video you want to record and click "Start Record". Move the cursor until the area or window highlighted. Click "Ctrl + Enter" to specify the recording region. The recording is started and there's a flashing rectangle around the recording region. If you want to temporarily stop the recording, click "Pause" while "Full Stop" to stop and store it.

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