Screen recording on an HP ProBook laptop can be a useful tool for a variety of reasons. Whether you're creating a tutorial, capturing gameplay, or recording a video call, knowing how to screen record can come in handy. This guide will walk you through the process of screen recording on your HP ProBook laptop.
Before you start, it's important to note that while some HP ProBook laptops come with a built-in screen recording feature, others do not. If your laptop does not have this feature, you will need to download a screen recording software. There are many free and paid options available online, such as OBS Studio, Camtasia, and Bandicam. Once you've chosen a software, download and install it onto your laptop.
If your HP ProBook laptop does have a built-in screen recording feature, you can access it by pressing the Windows key + G. This will open the Xbox Game Bar, which includes a screen recording feature. To start recording, simply click on the 'Start Recording' button. You can also set up hotkeys to start and stop recording, which can be useful if you're recording gameplay.
If you're using a screen recording software, the process will be slightly different. Once you've installed the software, open it and navigate to the screen recording feature. This is usually located in the main menu or toolbar. From here, you can choose to record the entire screen or a specific area. You can also adjust the audio settings, such as whether to record system sounds, microphone audio, or both.
Once you've set up your recording preferences, you can start recording. Most screen recording software will have a 'Start Recording' button or a similar option. Click on this to start recording. If you've set up hotkeys, you can also use these to start and stop recording.
When you're finished recording, you can stop the recording by clicking on the 'Stop Recording' button or using your hotkeys. The recording will then be saved to your laptop. The location of the saved recording will depend on your settings. Some software will automatically save recordings to a specific folder, while others will prompt you to choose a save location.
After the recording is saved, you can view it, edit it, or share it as needed. Most screen recording software will include basic editing features, such as trimming and cropping. If you need more advanced editing features, you may need to use a separate video editing software.
In conclusion, screen recording on an HP ProBook laptop can be done either through a built-in feature or a screen recording software. Regardless of the method you choose, the process involves setting up your recording preferences, starting the recording, and then stopping and saving the recording. With a little practice, you'll be able to easily record your screen for any purpose.
Recording.new by Tella
Tella's Recording.new offers a complimentary screen capturing tool. With it, you have the option to capture your screen, webcam, or both simultaneously using your browser. If you're using a Samsung laptop, here's your guide:
Open a new tab and head to recording.new
Grant permission for the tool to use your camera and mic
Select "Share screen" and decide which screen you'd like to capture
Initiate the recording
Once you've captured what you need, hit the stop icon
You'll then land on the video's dedicated page to review and distribute its link
To store, modify, or fetch the video, registration with Tella is required.
For a live demo of Recording.new by Tella, check out the video below.