Replay 360 lets you record screencasts of your computer desktop and webcam videos of yourself—at the same time or separately.

Recording a Screencast and a Webcam Video at the Same Time

When you record a screencast and a webcam video at the same time, Replay places the screencast in track A and the webcam video in track B with a chain linking them together.

Screencast and Webcam Video Linked Together in Articulate Replay 360

Here's how to record both at the same time:

  1. Click Record Screen on the ribbon.
  2. When the recording window appears, select a microphone (or disable audio) in the lower left corner.
  3. Choose a predefined size for the recording area or use the sizing handles to frame your recording area.
  4. If you'd like to change your recording keyboard shortcuts, click the gear icon, make your changes, and click OK.
  5. Move the webcam slider to On.
  6. When the Webcam Settings window appears, select a webcam and capture size.
  7. When you're ready to record, click the red Record button in the lower left corner.
  8. If you need to pause during your recording, click the Pause button in the lower left corner or use the keyboard shortcut you specified in step 4 above (defaults to Alt+D).
  9. If you need to start over, click the delete icon, then click the red Record button again.
  10. When you're finished, click Done or use the keyboard shortcut you specified in step 4 above (defaults to the Escape key).

Recording a Screencast Only

To record a screencast only:

  1. Click Record Screen on the ribbon.
  2. When the recording window appears, select a microphone (or disable audio) in the lower left corner.
  3. Choose a predefined size for the recording area or use the sizing handles to frame your recording area.
  4. If you'd like to change your recording keyboard shortcuts, click the gear icon, make your changes, and click OK.
  5. Move the webcam slider to Off.
  6. When you're ready to record, click the red Record button in the lower left corner.
  7. If you need to pause during your recording, click the Pause button in the lower left corner or use the keyboard shortcut you specified in step 4 above (defaults to Alt+D).
  8. If you need to start over, click the delete icon, then click the red Record button again.
  9. When you're finished, click Done or use the keyboard shortcut you specified in step 4 above (defaults to the Escape key).

Recording a Webcam Video Only

To record a webcam video only:

  1. Click Record Screen on the ribbon.
  2. When the recording window appears, select a microphone in the lower left corner.
  3. Choose No screen recording from the recording size selector.
  4. If you'd like to change your recording keyboard shortcuts, click the gear icon, make your changes, and click OK.
  5. Move the webcam slider to On.
  6. When the Webcam Settings window appears, select a webcam and capture size.
  7. When you're ready to record, click the red Record button in the lower left corner.
  8. If you need to pause during your recording, click the Pause button in the lower left corner or use the keyboard shortcut you specified in step 4 above (defaults to Alt+D).
  9. If you need to start over, click the delete icon, then click the red Record button again.
  10. When you're finished, click Done or use the keyboard shortcut you specified in step 4 above (defaults to the Escape key).

If you've already recorded a webcam video and screencast at the same time, you can still hide the screencast if you'd like. After adding the screencast and webcam video to your Replay project, move the playhead in the timeline to the point where your screencast begins, and click video mix B. This hides track A (your screencast) and fills the stage with track B (your webcam video).

To learn more about mixing videos, see this user guide.

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